Stittsville, Ontario

Stittsville is a community that is part of the city of Ottawa. Stittsville is located on the western end of Ottawa and therefore is part of the National Capital Region.

History of Stittsville, Ontario

In the 1820s Stittsville was settled by Irish soldiers. Jackson Stitt formed the town in the 1850s. Stittsville became a post village in 1866, a police village in 1956 and a full village in 1961. In 1974 the area of Stittsville was amalgamated into Goulbourn Township. Goulbourn Township was then amalgamated into the city of Ottawa in 2001.

Popular Neighbourhoods in Stittsville, Ontario

Stittsville has many different neighbourhoods which include:

  • Amberwood Village
  • Bryanston Gate
  • Crossing Bridge
  • Deer Run
  • Forest Creek
  • Old Stittsville
  • Wyldewood

Population of Stittsville

According to the 2011 census conducted by Statistics Canada Stittsville has a population of 26,807.

Special Attractions in Stittsville

There are many special attractions and events in Stittsville, Ontario. Some of these include:

  • Villagefest
  • Stittsville’s Carp Road Flea Market
  • Parade of Lights
  • The Barley Mow
  • Goulbourn Museum
  • Arts in the Park


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