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About Barrie, ON

Barrie is a city, and manifesting regional centre in Central Ontario, Canada, positioned on the shores of Kempenfelt Bay, the western arm of Lake Simcoe. The city is located geographically within Simcoe County, however, it is a politically independent single-tier municipality. It is part of the historically significant Huronia region of Central Ontario and is within the northern part of the Greater Golden Horseshoe, a densely populated and industrialized region of Ontario. As of the 2016 census, the city's population was 141,434 making it the 34th largest in Canada in terms of population proper. The Barrie census metropolitan area (CMA) as of the same census had a population of 197,059 residents, making the city the 21st largest CMA in Canada. The city itself has seen significant growth in recent decades due to its emergence as a bedroom community, and its relatively close proximity to the city of Toronto. Barrie is situated approximately 86.6 kilometres (53.8 mi) from the Toronto Pearson International Airport and 109 kilometres (68 mi) from Downtown Toronto, representing the city's highly centralized and historically strategic geographical orientation and its ease of access to major centres and airports across the region.

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Geography and climate

Barrie is located in the central portion of Southern Ontario, approximately 80 km (50 mi) north of Toronto, 303 km (188 mi) south southeast of Sudbury, and 412 km (256 mi) west southwest of Ottawa, within the Greater Golden Horseshoe subregion. It is additionally located approximately 38 km (24 mi) southeast of the sought-after summertime destination, Wasaga Beach, and 112 km (70 mi) south of the Muskoka District Municipality and cottage country, accessible via Highways 26, 400, and 11.

Barrie's historic downtown area is situated in a distinct curved or wrapped valley, surrounding the western edge of Kempenfelt Bay. The terrain is generally flat near the city's centre, with small but relevant hills and valleys being prominent astride the aforementioned. Moving up the valley slopes toward the city's north and south ends, and the terrain can be rather steep in some areas. The earth flattens considerably just outside the city's limits to the south and northeast, especially beyond the airport where vast expanses of vegetation and farmland are most notable. The land surrounding Barrie is rich with agricultural activity. Barrie falls into Plant Hardiness Zone 5b.

The city does not have any major rivers within its limits but does have numerous creeks and streams, most of which empty into Kempenfelt Bay.

Barrie has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfb), with warm, humid summers, and cold, snowy winters. The city is situated on Lake Simcoe, a climatically insignificant body of water. Barrie is located in close proximity to Georgian Bay, which, along with the Great Lakes, act as a "buffer" of sorts, moderating year-round temperatures to a fair extent, while combined with the lake effect can spawn blinding snow squalls in the winter, and strong thunderstorms in the spring and summer.

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Eden is offering more than 16 lawn care experts at Barrie to create a lusher lawn. We have a team of lawn care and landscaping experts in Barrie that are trained to create a thicker lawn from scratch. From 1st to 15th of April is the best time to apply crabgrass preventer on lawn. In Barrie, start lawn fertilization in the spring. By applying fertilizers in an adequate amount, you can achieve faster grass growth during this period. Grass growing period starts after April, So, conduct a lawn mowing schedule once a week in this period. When this period over, you can reduce mowing frequency up to 15 days. Weeds give unsightly appearance to the yard. By applying organic weed control methods you can get rid of them timely. Apply a layer of mulch in the 1st week of August to prevent weed growth. After this period, weeds grow rapidly and become difficult to control. September is considered the best month for fall aeration and over-seeding.

Our professional’s team is all set to give your weekend back to you. By assisting you with an annual lawn care plan, they will create an amazing lawn for you. After setting the yard, you can conduct spring clean-up. Also, to enhance the beauty of landscape you can hire our services like tree trimming, landscape stonework, shrub pruning, fire features, etc. Set your budget and opt for our custom packages for best results. So, what are you waiting for… contact us today and enjoy your weekend at Barrie.

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