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County Of Lambton

Warwick Township is a municipality of Lambton County, which is a census division of the Province of Ontario, and is governed by The Corporation of the County of Lambton. The County of Lambton is an upper tier government that is composed of eleven lower tier municipalities. The Member Municipalities (lower tier) have representation on County Council, which is composed of 19 County Councillors, with Mayor Todd Case representing Warwick Township. These County Councillors sit for the same term as Warwick Township (2010-2014), and elect a Head of Council (the Warden) for a two year period, from within. According to the Statistics Canada 2011 Census of Population, there are 126,199 residents living in the County of Lambton.

The County provides services to the residents of Lambton County, such as:

Libraries, Art Galleries, Museums, Building Services, Planning and Development Services, offers several programs and services to children and family living, health promotion programs, long-term care homes, social service programs and support.

To find out more about the County of Lambton:


Tel: 519-845-0801 or Toll-Free: 1-866-324-6912

Upcoming Events

  • Lambton Youth Short Film Competition

    Lambton Film and Food Festival presents Lambton Youth Short Film Competition. Deadline for submissions is May 19, 2017.  

  • Rachel Street and West Street Construction Project Open House

    Open House on Thursday, May 25 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  

  • Friendship Centre Activities

    Come out and join the fun at the Friendship Centre! Everyone is welcome.       Thurs. Nov.3     Walking                        9:30                           Exercise         10: 00 – 10:45                           (Centennial Hall)                           POT LUCK LUNCH CANCELED                                            Mon. Nov. 7       Walking           9:30 ...

  • Open House on Downtown Revitalization and Community Improvement Program

    All are invited to open house information sessions on: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the old Fire Hall/Museum (515 Ontario Street, Watford)6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Warwick...