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CITY GUIDE
CLARINGTON, ONTARIO

Clarington is a municipality located in Southern Ontario.

It was formerly known as Newcastle until the name was changed in 1994. It currently hosts a population of roughly 84,000 people and takes up a total land area of around 610 square kilometres.

Its name is a combination of "Clarke" and "Darlington", two former townships that each make up a part of the municipality.

Clarington is home to the Durham York Energy Center, which is responsible for taking waste and converting it into electricity that can be sent for use by Hydro One and its distribution network.

Because of the incredibly high maintenance that this generation unit requires, it employs a lot of local workers in this tiny city.

With the large approval of residential permits to build new housing units and business operations, there will be a very strong demand for workers and construction companies to build these properties.

The companies that can get their hands on developing these properties will see a significant amount of business and profit over the next decade.

In turn, this will drive the economic growth of Clarington even further.

Clarington is also very friendly towards newer businesses that are just starting up.

As a nice bonus, the city does not require business licenses. However, permits and other processes are required for constructing new buildings or renovating an existing building.

KEY FACTS:

Clarington, Ontario

Clarington, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Nickname(s): -

  • Population: 84,548 

  • Area:

    City: 611.3 km2  

Entertainment

One of the major attractions in Clarington is the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. This multi-track venue hosts numerous events throughout the year that includes NASCAR, the Canadian Superbike Championship, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and much more! It also comes with a Driver Development Center for those who are interested in receiving one-on-one instruction for learning how to race professionally. The Canadian Grand Prix (Formula One) was formerly hosted here until the 1970s when the race moved to a Montreal circuit. When it is not being used as a racetrack, it has also been the site of numerous music festivals over the years.

If you like animals, a place that comes highly recommended is the Jungle Cat World. Visitors will get to see the zookeepers feed large animals as part of an educational tour that is offered by the zoo. For those who aren’t scared of touching the animals, some of them will be taken out of their display and presented to the audience. It also features a “Safari Zoo Camp” where kids from ages of 6 to 21 can stay overnight for a few days and get an insider’s look at how the zoo is run.

Entertainment
Neighbourhoods

Neighbourhoods

Clarington is officially divided into four major sections: Clarke, Darlington, Bowmanville, and Courtice.

Neighbourhoods

Clarke

Clarke is the busiest community of all, being home to several big box stores and several local markets where fresh produce is sold to the residents. You can also expect to find churches and antique stores here. Time your visit right, and you can catch the Orono Fair! Over 30,000 people attend to see the best in authentic small-town food, farm exhibits, and talent shows.

Darlington

Darlington is the most rural of all the four major communities in Clarington. Most of the outdoor amenities that include provincial parks and hiking trails are located here. It is rather quiet in nature, and that attracts people who are looking for that kind of quality in their neighbourhood.

Bowmanville

Bowmanville is home to the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park that was previously mentioned. Additional amenities include the local waterpark known as the Cedar Park Resort and the Ontario Falconry Center, a great facility for getting up close and personal with some of nature’s most predatory birds.

Courtice

Courtice is home to the South Courtice Arena, a massive sports complex that contains two ice rinks, a football turf, an indoor pool, sauna, weight training facilities, and many more. It is considered to be one of the main things that draws everybody in this community together. There is also nearby access to Highway 401, allowing for easy commute to other parts of Clarington along with major cities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Real Estate Market

As previously mentioned, Darlington is the most rural section of the four that comprise the entirety of Clarington. Most of the homes here are very large detached houses with front yards and backyards that take up many more times the space of the house itself! Some of the most expensive homes in the municipality can be found here, which makes them particularly attractive for wealthy families and individuals. In spite of the differences these two areas have, Clarke is also very similar in terms of the housing that is made available to homebuyers.

Courtice contains several types of homes within an affordable price range. Prospective homebuyers can expect to see farms, detached residential homes, semi-detached townhomes, fully-attached homes, some commercial properties, a couple of low-rise condos and some rental apartments. This area is quite suburban in nature, with many of the homes being placed relatively close to one another. Bowmanville possesses similar characteristics to Courtice, except that the homes are much larger in size, more modern in design, spaced further apart from one another, and consequently come with a higher price tag.

  • Average Home Price: Not available
  • Average Rent Price: Not available
  • Average Condo Price: $379,900
  • Average Detached Home Price: $528,179
Home Style Average Price
2 storey Not available
Bungalow Not available
Condo $379,900

The following table, based on data taken from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA’s) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available), demonstrates how homes in LSTAR’s jurisdiction continue to maintain their affordability compared to other major Ontario and Canadian centers.

Education

Education

There are a small number of secondary schools to choose from in Clarington. It is worth noting that there are no post-secondary institutions in the municipality, and therefore students will leave the city to pursue college or university education in more populated cities within the Greater Toronto Area.

There are 33 elementary schools (K-8) that are available for children to attend in the municipality of Clarington, most of which are under the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. Some of the top schools in Clarington include Central Public School, Dr. Emily Stowe, Newcastle Public School, and Vincent Massey Public School. These schools are ranked based on a combination of EQAO scores, crime within the vicinity of the school’s location, and the demographics of the families that are enrolled in the school.

Education

Economic Overview & Outlook

Clarington is home to the Durham York Energy Center, which is responsible for taking waste and converting it into electricity that can be sent for use by Hydro One and its distribution network. Because of the incredibly high maintenance that this generation unit requires, it employs a lot of local workers in this tiny city. With the large approval of residential permits to build new housing units and business operations, there will be a very strong demand for workers and construction companies to build these properties. The companies that can get their hands on developing these properties will see a significant amount of business and profit over the next decade. In turn, this will drive the economic growth of Clarington even further. Clarington is also very friendly towards newer businesses that are just starting up. As a nice bonus, the city does not require business licenses. However, permits and other processes are required for constructing new buildings or renovating an existing building.

Economic