Whitchurch-Stouffville maintains its small-town charm in tandem with a high rate of population growth.
Stouffville’s Main Street continues to a pedestrian-friendly environment with numerous shopping and dining options. Stouffville, along with a collection of major chain stores just south of the community, serves as the town’s primary commercial and retail hub. A number of smaller residential communities are located close to Highway 404 near Whitchurch-Stouffville’s western boundary, as well as in & around the hamlet of Ballantrae. Occupying the land between them are pristine forests, nature preserves and quaint farms. Several wineries are also located within the town’s boundaries.
Transportation in Whitchurch-Stouffville
From Lincolnville station and Stouffville station, GO Transit provides rail service to Downtown Toronto seven days a week. Travel time to Union Station is approximately 73 minutes, with nine round trips being available on weekdays and three on weekends. Outside of peak periods, buses run every 60 minutes to Mount Joy GO station, with connections being available at that point to hourly train service. York Region Transit also offers local and on-call bus service throughout the community. Additionally, while not a public transit option the York-Durham Heritage Railway runs from Stouffville north to Uxbridge during the summer months, and serves as a popular tourist attraction.