Your Uxbridge dumpster rental operators are Brian McHugh and John Peddle. Each of our Uxbridge Bin There Dump That Operators is a local independent business owner and a member of your Uxbridge community. Brian and John have operated their Bin There Dump That location in Uxbridge since 2008 and they will be very happy to help you personally with all your Uxbridge dumpster rental needs. Give us a call at 1-866-688-3510 anytime and we will gladly answer any of your dumpster rental questions.
The Town of Uxbridge is situated in a beautiful valley on the northern slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine, about 64 km northeast of Toronto, Ontario. The first settlers in the area were Quakers who started arriving in 1806 from the Catawissa area of Pennsylvania. These two municipalities, which share a Quaker heritage, were twinned in 1982, and ongoing friendships have developed. The Uxbridge Friends Meeting House which overlooks the town from Quaker Hill was built in 1820, and is the community's oldest building
Uxbridge became a village in 1872, and reached town status in 1885. In 1954, Uxbridge became the second town in Canada to receive an official coat-of-arms which is displayed on the front of the Music Hall. The latter building has been restored, and is a centre for drama and musical performances. In 1973, Uxbridge Town became a part of Uxbridge Township, along with Scott Township, in the new Region of Durham.
The Uxbridge Fall Fair takes place each September in Elgin Park, which is situated alongside of Elgin Pond. It was here that Sir John A. MacDonald held the first of his huge picnics when seeking re-election. While among earlier industries were the Uxbridge Piano and Organ Company, and the Gold Medal Radio and Phonograph Company, Uxbridge is now the home of Glitsch Canada and various other industries.
Uxbridge Public Library was erected in 1887 from funds provided by entrepreneur, politician, and businessman, Joseph Gould. It's centennial in 1987 was celebrated with the opening of a large addition. The Uxbridge Arena and Recreation Centre, built in 1978, with a second ice pad added in 1997, is always a hive of activity, and Uxpool provides a host of events for swimmers.
Areas Serviced: Uxbridge and surrounding areas.