Shelburne Municipal Contacts


Municipal Community Contacts


EMERGENCY – Police, Fire, Ambulance


County of Dufferin


Town of Shelburne


Waste Management

519-941-2816 x2620

Public Works

519-925-2600 x231

Ontario Works


Central West Health Line

905-796-0040 x7888

Telehealth Ontario


Shelburne Fire (non-emergency)


Shelburne – Ontario Provincial Police


Crime Stoppers

1-800-222-TIPS / 1-800-222-8477

Dufferin Victim Services


 Shelburne Public Library
201 Owen Sound St, Shelburne

Dufferin Community Services


Community Living Dufferin


Meals on Wheels


Seniors Community Committee

519-941-0440 x2256

Dufferin Child & Family Services


Distress Line


Hospice Dufferin/Shelburne


Volunteer Dufferin
Town of Shelburne
Dufferin County
Road Watch

Restaurants in Shelburne


Mrs. Mitchells Restaurant

Step back in time to the 20th century and enjoy the warm ambiance and fine dining at Mrs. Mitchell’s Restaurant. The restaurant was once actually ‘Mulmur Township School Section 2’ and was built in 1889. The school was open for 79 years and closed in 1968.

To create the restaurant, the schoolhouse was renovated with care to preserve its heritage and is lovingly named after the school’s last and longest-serving teacher (Mrs. Mitchell of course).
Nestled in the beautiful country hamlet of Violet Hill Mrs. Mitchell’s is a two-time winner and frequent nominee of the Best Restaurant award from Headwaters Tourism. Be it lunch, brunch, afternoon tea or dinner you can enjoy fine dining in a historic, rustic setting. Menus will vary to take advantage of fresh, seasonal local ingredients. The delicious house salad dressing and 17century spoonbread are signature touches. Whatever your menu choice you can count on fine food and expert service in a casual upscale atmosphere.

If you are planning a wedding or other special events the beautiful gardens are perfect for picture taking. Call Mrs. Mitchell’s and the lovely owner Heidi will personally assist you to make all your plans a reality. If you are looking for a wonderful gift or just something unique to brighten your home visit Mrs. Mitchell’s boutique gift shop. It’s just steps away from the restaurant and has the charming name of “Granny Taught Us How’. There you will find beautiful treasures that will fit any budget.
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Location and Contact Information

• Address: 887395 Mono-Mulmur Townline (Just East of Shelburne)
• Shelburne, Ontario L9V 2W1
• Phone Number: +1 519-925-3627


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The Country Cabin

If you love home cooking you should definitely plan to visit this great place to eat. The Country Cabin Restaurant is a family run business and is located at 506198 Hwy 89, Shelburne. You can often find 3 generations of cooks preparing meals for their many loyal customers. They offer casual to fine dining.
All the food is fresh and made to order. Food is served hot and service is excellent. Customers often come in for an ‘All Day Breakfast’. It is a feast to remember and no doubt the best in town. Their menu covers most taste buds and you can also order to go.

Don’t worry about parking. There is lots of it and it is free. Kids can colour while the food is being prepared and high chairs are available. The restaurant is much bigger than it looks from the outside so if you are a large group there is no problem. There is also a separate dining room for added privacy. If you want an amazing breakfast or an excellent lunch this is the place to be. They close at 3 pm so make sure you come early.

Location and Contact Information

• Address: RR 4, Shelburne
• Ontario L0N 1S8
• Phone Number: +1 (519) 925-3118


Shelburne Homeowner Resources



Delmar Electric
556380 Mulmer/Melancthon Townline
Melacthon, L9V 1W6
(519) 925-4037

Delmar Electric has been servicing Shelburne and surrounding areas since 1989. They offer a 24-hour emergency service with certified skilled electricians. They are experienced in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural.


17364 Humber Station Rd.
Caledon East, L7E 0Z2
(188) 349-7971

This family owned and operated company has been servicing Shelburne and area for over 50 years. Voted Winner of Orangeville’s Banner Readers Choice award 5 years running has 24 hour emergency services and can assist you in all your plumbing needs as well pumps & repair, Drain cleaning, water treatment, and Hot Water Tank servicing.


Tyler Pinkney Stone & Land Aritisan Contracting
108 Gracie Street,
Shelburne L0N 1S1
(519) 939-0639

These licensed and insured tradesmen can handle all of your indoor and outdoor renovations. They also have carpenters on staff for all of your custom cabinetry needs.


Criterium-Janson Engineers
30 Crimson Cres., Orangeville L9W 3R8
(519) 940-0571

Criterium-Jansen Engineers specializes in all commercial, industrial and residential properties. This one-man firm started in 1957 and has now grown to a nationwide organization with 70 offices in North America.


P.J. Williams
413 First Ave E
Shelburne, Ontario, L9V 2Y9
(519) 925-0057
P.J. Williams is actually the name on the survey my century home in Shelburne dated 1961, to say you would find someone that knows Shelburne and the surrounding area better couldn’t be true. Very nice to deal with as well.


Shelburne Sports & Recreation


Boyne Valley Provincial Park

If you enjoy hiking or adventure fishing (rainbow trout or Chinook salmon) this park is definitely worth a visit. It is located on the Boyne River about 20 km north of Orangeville and about an hour’s drive north of Toronto.

The river flows eastward cutting through the Orangeville Moraine. Here you can experience hardwood forest, open fields, swamp and bottomland. You will find the Primrose and Boyne River hiking trail about 1.6 km north of the village of Primrose. On Highway 10 just past the bridge over the Boyne River you will see a small parking lot on your right-hand side. This spot is where you start your adventure. Be sure to walk up Murphy’s Pinnacle.

It is a grassy hill that will allow you a great view of the narrow valley below. Interestingly enough, Murphy’s Pinnacle is actually a sand and gravel kame created during the glacial retreat 12,000 years ago. This is a wonderful place to experience nature but please note that Boyne Valley is a non-operating park, and has no facilities except hiking trails. Visitors may fish, but hunting is not permitted.

Check out their Website at Boyne Valley Provincial Park Near Shelburne Ontario.


pumkin fest sign Shelburne recreation

Sweet Peas Farm

Sweet Peas farm in Amaranth really knows how to host exciting events. You would not want to miss their Pumpkin Fest and Haunted Corn Maze (late September until near Halloween). Beware of lost souls and the undead waiting for you amid the corn stalks. Besides the maze, you can enjoy a hayride, a straw bale jump, crafts for the children and of course get to visit some of the farm animals.
About three times a year you can participate in or watch the famous Sweet Peas Mud bog. This event is a place for 4×4’s and ATV’s to compete in the mud against each other in several different types of contests. The Mudbog has been held semi-annually since 2002 and draws in spectators from all over the province.

Check out their Website at Sweet Peas Farm


The Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex In Shelburne

The Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex In Shelburne

There is a lot to do at this very active recreation complex. This facility consists of a 900 seat arena, an outdoor heated pool and a 400 square foot banquet hall.
In winter, the arena has a surface of ice and the busy schedule includes:
– Shelburne Minor Hockey League
– Figure skating events
– Men’s and women’s recreational hockey
– Junior and senior hockey clubs
– High school varsity hockey teams
– Women’s broomball

So if it is ice sports you are interested in there is something here for everyone no matter what your age. When the ice has gone the CDRC is open for lacrosse, women’s ball hockey, and live entertainment events.The heated swimming pool is open from mid-June until Labour Day. Here you can join in swimming lessons or public swims. The pool has 8 lanes and is 25 meters long.
Toddlers can learn to swim and older people/students can earn the Canadian Red Cross Lifesaving Certificate.
The Town and Country Room is open all year. It is air-conditioned and newly renovated. Perfect for weddings, anniversaries, banquets, dances or fitness classes. In the summer the CDRC holds a day camp for children 4 to 12 years of age. It is lots of fun with games, swimming and a variety of weekly themes.
Check the CDRC schedule online for other activities to enjoy.

200 Fiddlepark Lane
Shelburne, ON L9V 3C9
Tel: (519) 925-2400
Fax: (519) 925-2402

Check out their Website at Shelburne Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex


Public And Secondary Schools Serving Shelburne


Public Elementary Schools

Centennial Hylands
35 School Road, Shelburne L9V 3S5
French Immersion JK – 8
(519) 925-2142

Hyland Heights
200 Fourth Avenue, Shelburne L9V 3R9
JK – 8
(519) 925-3745

Glenbrook Elementary School
300 Fiddle Park Ln, Shelburne L9V 3C9
JK – 8
(519) 925-0580

Secondary Schools

Centre Dufferin District High School
150 Fourth Avenue
Shelburne L0N 1S1
GR 9 – 12
(519) 925-3834