Working together is what the Bay of Quinte region is all about. Our alliance of interdependent communities is proud to share resources and embraces all of our diverse community opportunities.
Just off of Highway 401 and nestled along the Bay of Quinte, The City of Belleville is easy to get to by car, train, bus (or boat!). Once you’re in town, make sure you take advantage of everything this friendly city has to offer. Experience world-class fishing, boating, cycling and walking on and along the Bay and the Moira River….LEARN MORE
The Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory is a Mohawk First Nations reserve on the Bay of Quinte. The community takes its name from a variant spelling of Mohawk leader Joseph Brant’s traditional Mohawk name, Thayendanegea. Tyendinaga is a small community, but it is rich in heritage and culture.LEARN MORE
Quint West is situated on the shores of the beautiful Bay of Quinte, serving as the gateway to the world famous Trent Severn Waterway. Quinte West, formed through the amalgamation of the former municipalities of Trenton, Sidney, Murray and Frankford, offers its residents and visitors a unique and dynamic mix of rural and urban lifestyles. The exquisite natural features of our City are complimented by a strong, vibrant and diverse economic base while also serving as home to Canada’s largest military base, 8 Wing/CFB Trenton.LEARN MORE
A five-minute drive south of the 401 down tree-lined, gently winding County Road 30 is all the stands between you and Brighton, a waterfront community filled historic character and charm.
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario (90 minutes from the Greater Toronto Area) and home to Presqu’ile Provincial Park Brighton has a small town setting with many natural and cultural sites to explore.
The municipality has much to offer its residents and local businesses. Whether you’re just starting out or making a change, you’ll find that Brighton is a safe community with a vibrant business district, healthy lifestyle opportunities, and good employment prospects.LEARN MORE