Don’t let the tranquil vistas and park like settings of Milton fool you. With 102,000 residents, Milton is the fastest growing community in Canada. It is growing at a rate of 56.6%. As the city grows, so will development projects and neighbourhood expansion, and that’s where Gorilla Bins can help.
The town was established May 17, 1818 and its first town hall was built in 1855 as the county court house. The town jail and jail yard in Milton weren’t added until 1877. The city of Milton covers 366.61 square km and only has one Go Train Station that was opened in 1981. Milton is also broken up into different communities, they aren’t political but it does help with planning events and development through the city. They are split into 20 different neighbourhoods based on their traditional history found in the area.
Milton is also filled with 20 different conservation parks, campgrounds and recreational areas. Even though Milton is filled with natural parks, its main industries are automotive, advanced manufacturing and distribution and food production.
Milton was named as the best place for business in 2015. It is also a very educated city with 73% of its residents having post-secondary education. The youthful city of Milton has a median age of only 34 years old. With that young of a town, there is a lot of room for construction and change. Gorilla Bins can be there through every step of the changes.
The growing community is also filled with creativity and imagination at the Milton Centre for the Arts. The centre has drop-in programs and specialized instructor led workshops. Along with the centre there is also a Milton Film forum that is organized by local volunteers and is a division of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Gorilla Bins can help you get ready for your film debut and get your home or yard film ready as soon as you set it up.
The city of Milton was named after the English poet John Milton, but the city’s namesake isn’t the only famous thing about it. Milton has a rich sports history and has its own sports hall of fame. Some of the notable people that came out of Milton are Ernie Coombs the star of Mr. Dressup, Colonel Chris Hadfield the astronaut and NHL members Mat Clark, Darren Eliot, Bruce Melvin and Mike Maszycki.
Hockey isn’t the only sport Milton is known for. The Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame was created in 2015. But, before you can get to the bicycles in the back of the garage you will have to clean it out. Gorilla Bins can help you get out the junk with their 4 different bin sizes. Once the garage is clean and the bikes are you then you can be off on a cycling adventure, enjoying the beauty of Milton in no time.