Ontario Seeks Input on Future of Huronia Regional Campus
Ontario is seeking public input on the future use of the Huronia Regional Campus in Orillia.
A portion of the Huronia Regional Campus has been identified as no longer needed by the Government of Ontario to deliver its programs. This land may be sold or retained for other use.
The property currently serves as the home of an Ontario Court, the Ontario Provincial Police Academy, a public health lab, and an Ontario Disability Support Program Office, located on the south side of Memorial Avenue in Orillia. Lands that are currently not in use include the environmentally sensitive and waterfront lands situated to the south of the site, as well as areas that are suitable for development.
Ontarians can get involved in the conversation by visiting Ontario.ca/HuroniaConsultation where you can:
- Complete a short, online survey by September 30th, 2016
- Learn how to attend the in-person consultation
- Email ideas to HuroniaCampusUpdates@infrastructureontario.ca
- The Huronia Regional Campus is the site of the former Huronia Regional Centre, an institution for people with developmental disabilities, which was officially closed by the province in 2009.
- The site is located across the street from the Ontario Provincial Police General Headquarters on the north side of Memorial Avenue.