A letter from the Mayor
Welcome to the Township of Puslinch. Incorporated in 1850, Puslinch has seen its long time focus on agriculture slowly become a blend with a more rural residential mix over the years.
Puslinch is known as a key commercial/industrial and aggregate extraction area and has a very well established and highly regarded equine industry.
We are bisected by Highway 6 (Brock Road), which was the original settlement road for areas to the North and West. We also have the 401 passing through our Township and this has led to the development of this area as a major transportation hub.
Puslinch is within easy commuting of four major universities, Guelph, Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier and McMaster.
We are one of seven local municipalities that form Wellington County which was recently named the “Safest Community in Canada” by McLean’s magazine. We consider ourselves well served by the Optimist Club of Puslinch and our many volunteer and church groups.
We are proud of our communities, local heritage, busy industrial/commercial sector and welcome visitors from around the world.
About Mayor James Seeley
James was first elected to council in 2018 for the position of Mayor.
James is a lifelong resident of Puslinch. He has been active within the community in many different roles from an early age. From raising money for batting cages as a youth, to being a Volunteer Firefighter for 14 years (1999-2013). He has always felt that Puslinch was the best place to raise a family. James is proud to be living in Morriston raising his two boys Patrick (7) and Jacob (4) with his wife Carly.
James started working for Municipalities in 2003 and has now found his career as a professional firefighter. James looks forward to serving the residents of this great community in his new role.
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