We are proud to service Milton and its surrounding Halton Region neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. The city is located in Southern Ontario, west of Toronto off of Highway 401, and north of Oakville. According to statistics, Milton was Canada’s fastest growing city with an unheard of 71.4% increase in population. It’s a blend of both urban and suburban development that keeps growing; a thriving community for families, singles and business investors. Especially with amenities like it's GO train services for those looking for quick access to the downtown core. Milton has one of the greatest views of the Niagara Escarpment, which is a UNESCO certified world biosphere reserve.
Milton’s history starts before any European development, it was native land, mostly dedicated to agriculture. It wasn’t until settlers came and established it as a small town; Dr. Cobban was the first doctor, George Brown owned Milton’s first general store, and Elizabeth Harrison opened the first school. The residents decided to name the town “Milton,” in honour of the famous English poet John Milton. With the Escarpment so close, the city became a popular development for extraction industries, particularly lime and clay that helped create brick manufacturing facilities.
Milton is lucky to have the peaks of the Niagara Escarpment in its backyard. The Escarpment lands are a famous destination for tourism and recreation – for both locals and travellers alike . With rolling hills, forests and a large diversity of species its conservation has increased in importance over the years. They have three popular parks: Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Kelso Conservation Area, and Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area. Crawford Lake is known for its hidden pristine waters in lush forests atop of the Niagara Escarpment. The facilities are great for people who enjoy going hiking and picnicking; or cross-country skiing or snowshoeing during the winter. Kelso Conservation is great for families and groups who can enjoy swimming, lounging on its sandy beach, bicycling on the trails, and on-site camping. The best views are at Rattlesnake Point, the park offers scenic views from Buffalo Crag lookout point, turkey vultures flying above, and cedar trees that are thousands of years old. The park also has designated sites for rock climbing, where you can climb up a cliff face. Don’t forget about Hilton Falls, Milton’s very hidden waterfall that’s ten metres high.
Much of the early cultural diversity consisted of early european immigrants from Scotland, Ireland and England. As Milton’s population expands, so is its cultural diversity. The city is now a multicultural community that continues to welcome newcomers and immigrants from the Middle East, Asia, as well as South and Central America.
We have provided top quality lawn care service and lawn maintenance to Milton residents for over 40 years. We service all Milton neighbourhoods including: Old Milton, Beaty, Bronte Meadows, Bowes, Cobden, Clarke, Coates, Dempsey, Dorset Park, Fallingbrook, Ford, Forrest Grove, Harrison, Milton Heights, Montainview, Scott, Timberlea, Valleyview, Walker, and Willmott.
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