Fast Facts


Kathleen Arseneau
Community Development Coordinator
Municipality of Brockton
Box 68, 100 Scott Street
Walkerton, ON NOG 2VO
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Phone: 519-881-2223 Ext 131
Toll Free: 1-877-885-8084
Fax: 519-881-2991
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Waste Management and Recycling

The Municipality manages three landfills in Brockton:

Since 2017, Garbage is being picked up on a weekly basis according to your area of residence. 

We also have a number of recycling programs in Brockton, and a Recycling Depot is located at 320 Kincardine Highway, Walkerton. 

Visit our Recycling Depot and Landfill Sites page for more information.

For a complete list of information on waste management, recycling, and schedules, visit our Waste Management and Recycling page.

Water and Sewer

The town of Walkerton relies upon ground water supplies for its potable water. The municipal water system is managed by Veolia Water Canada Inc. Water lines are metered in the town as a conservation measure.

For more information visit the Water and Sewer page of Brockton's website.


Brockton residents are serviced by both Hydro One Networks in the rural area and Westario Power in the town of Walkerton. Like many other communities across Ontario, new electricity prices have been transitioned to Time-of-Use (TOU) pricing as an energy conservation measure. 

For more information on Electricity Servies visit the following websites:

Natural Gas

Businesses in the town of Walkerton have access to natural gas services from Union Gas. Visit the Union Gas website for a recent rate schedule.

For more information on Natural Gas Servies visit the following websites:


Mobility services, local/international telephone, internet, cable, and satellite services are available from a wide variety of companies.

Local companies include:

Telecommunications services are also available through national providers including:

Transportation Infrastructure and Access

The Walkerton area is well served by a provincial highway (Hwy 9) and county roads. These regional roads link the town of Walkerton and surrounding rural areas to the larger urban centres of London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Guelph, Hamilton and the Greater Toronto Area.