Innisfil is one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Canada. While we celebrate what makes our region great, we recognize that not every resident enjoys the same quality of life. The solutions to social problems are complex and require us to think, plan, and partner in non-traditional ways. 

The Town shares a commitment to addressing the risks and needs in our community and strengthening our collective efforts to support community safety and well-being. 

Community safety and well-being means everyone is safe, has a sense of belonging and opportunities to participate, and able to meet their needs for education, health care, food, housing, income, and social and cultural expression.

South Simcoe Community Safety and Well-Being Plan

The South Simcoe Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan lays the foundation for the towns of Innisfil and Bradford West GwillimburySouth Simcoe Police Service, and community partners to tackle tough social issues at the individual and community level over four years (2021-2025).

By examining and addressing root causes rather than just the symptoms, we can improve the lives of residents in our community by changing outcomes specific to health, well-being and safety.

Areas of focus

Our CSWB Plan has prioritized four areas of focus:

Mental health and addictions

We are committed to improving equity, access and quality of mental health and addiction services for all residents in Simcoe County.



We are committed to addressing the need for housing that is affordable and attainable and to support people so that they remain housed.


We are committed to ensuring everyone in our community has a clear pathway to education regardless of their age, with a focus on futureproofing our local skilled trades and health care sectors.


We are committed to advancing income stability for our residents by addressing urgent needs in a dignified way while striving towards more sustainable solutions that focus on social inclusion and life stabilization supports.