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CITY GUIDE
Rockland, Ontario

Rockland is a city of over 11,000 people, located in southeastern Ontario. The city is situated along the Ottawa River, which marks the Ontario/Quebec border. Nearby communities include Wendover, Clarence Creek, Cumberland, and Jessups Falls.

Highway 17 runs along the northern portion of the city, linking it to Ottawa to the west and a number of small communities to the east. The city was settled in the early- to mid-1800s for farming and forestry purposes, and a large sawmill was established early on. Rockland has been expanding in recent years as people move out of Ottawa and commute back there for work.

KEY FACTS:

Rockland, Ontario

Rockland, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 11,099

  • Area: 40 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

The western section of the city includes residential areas, a police station, shops, service providers, restaurants, a veterinary hospital, parks, government offices, an art gallery, accommodations, and schools.

In the central section of the city, there are restaurants, shops, parks, service providers, residential areas, a community hall, schools, churches, an arena, a fire hall, government offices, a library, and a recreation centre.

An arena, residential areas, parks, service providers, shops, restaurants, a golf course, and a soccer club can all be found in the city’s eastern section.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Clarence-Rockland Museum is located in a building that was once a school, and houses over 5,000 artifacts including newspapers, books, photographs, documents, tools and equipment, clothing, military objects, and furniture. Various displays provide information about local sports history, Rockland’s early history, genealogy, archives, local art, military history, Inuit culture, and natural history. The Clarence-Rockland YMCA-YWCA features a fitness centre, a pool, a cycling studio, a children’s pool, a gymnasium, and locker rooms. Classes and programs at the centre include yoga, group cycling, swimming, fitness, personal training, and day camps for kids.

Parks in Rockland include Alphonse Carrière Park, which has a ball field, a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, horseshoe pits, a soccer field, and outdoor tennis courts; Simon Park, featuring a ball field, a playground, a skateboard park, an aquatic park, an outdoor ice rink, and outdoor tennis courts; Cheney Park, with a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, a shelter, and soccer fields; Richelieu Grande-Rivière Park, which has a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor skating rink, and a shelter; du Moulin Park, featuring boat launches and docks, a playground, greenspace, and picnic tables; and Cathy-Cain Park, with a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, a walking trail, a shelter, and soccer fields.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Key industries in Rockland include tourism, research and development, commercial and retail, agriculture, food processing, advanced manufacturing, and distribution/logistics/warehousing. Commercial expansion is occurring rapidly in the city, with businesses such as McDonald’s, Subway, Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart, Canadian Tire, Home Hardware, Giant Tiger, Dollarama, Boston Pizza, and Tim Hortons recently opening in the area.

The Prescott & Russell Community Development Corporation and the Clarence-Rockland Chamber of Commerce help businesses and investors with resources, planning, networking, and marketing.

economy

Real Estate Market

Mid-priced single-family homes are most common in the western section of the city, many of which are older homes. There are also some newer, more expensive single-family homes, as well as affordable row housing options. Some commercial options and vacant land can also be found here.

Like the western section of Rockland, the central section is mostly made up of single-family homes. Homes here are a mix of newer and older builds, and tend to be in the mid-price range. Many of them are situated on large lots, with long driveways. Some row housing options are also available here.

The eastern section of Rockland also has many mid-priced single-family homes to choose from, most of which are on large, treed lots. Homes are a mix of newer and older builds, with newer options normally fetching higher prices than older options do.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

Schools in Rockland include École secondaire catholique L'Escale, Rockland District High School, Rockland Public School, St. Patrick Catholic School, Carrefour Jeunesse, and École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Trinité. Nearby communities provide other options such as École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Félicité, Saint-Joseph Elementary Catholic School, and École secondaire catholique de Plantagenet.

There are no post-secondary options in the city, so residents must travel to Ottawa to access options such as Heritage College, Algonquin College, Augustine College, Carleton University, Saint Paul University, and the University of Ottawa.

Education