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The Waterfront Park overlooks the St. Clair River and is situated under the Bluewater Bridges and has something for people of all ages: leisurely watching the boats go by, soccer pitch, baseball diamond, playground equipment, French Fry truck, gazebo, pergola and the Bluewater Anglers Fish Hatchery. There are a number of neighbourhood parks throughout the […]

A Brief History

The site was first recognized as an entity as the direct result of a 1796 treaty arranged between John Jay, the Chief Justice of the United States of America and the British Government which made the St. Clair River the International Boundary. A military reserve of 1,000 acres was set aside for defensive works at […]

Community Notices

2017 Committee Times Public Works/Parks  8:00 am Arena/ Community Hall 9:00 am Fire  10:00 am Water/WWTP 10:45 am Police Services Board 1:00 pm (bi-monthly) Finance 2:30 pm


There are two churches within the Village of Point Edward. The location and contact information is listed below. St. Paul’s Anglican Church 210 Michigan Avenue Point Edward, Ontario N7V 1E8 (519) 337-2811 Point Edward Presbyterian Church 306 Michigan Avenue Point Edward, ON N7V 1E9 (519) 344-2536  


The Village of Point Edward is firmly committed to providing accessibility and quality services. Our commitment is reflected in our corporate policies. To view our “Accessibility Standards for Customer Service” policy, please select the link below. Furthermore, since your feedback is important to us, please provide us with your comments by completing our “Services Feedback” […]

News & Information

Village of Point Edward Meetings and Events   Village of Point Edward Notices and News Releases Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) “Safe Guarding Your Home” Tips Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) “Auto Theft Protection” Tips Memorial Picnic Tables Available Canada Day Press Release   Village of Point Edward Newsletters Village of Point Edward June 27, 2016 Newsletter Village of […]

Mayor’s Message

The Village of Point Edward welcomes you to our vibrant community—a community that is “progressively independent since 1878.” “The Point,” as the village is affectionately called by locals, was established in 1878 as a separate and distinct municipality in the County of Lambton. It is situated along the shores of the St. Clair River, where […]