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The Township of King is located half-way between Toronto and Barrie, stretching from Bathurst Street to just east of Highway 50. King is approximately 40 minutes north of Pearson International Airport and accessible by Highways 400, 27, 9 and 11.
King features some of the most picturesque countryside in Ontario. The rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine are King's most prominent geographical features. The Holland Marsh , considered to be Ontario's "vegetable basket," is also located in King Township. King is also known for its prestigious horse farms and cattle farms.
King Township's current mayor is Margaret Black. The Town Council includes the mayor and six Councillors representing the township's six wards.
|Mayor||Margaret Black||All King Township|
|Ward 1||Steve Pellegrini||Eastern King City, Eversley, Snowball, Temperanceville|
|Ward 2||Peter Grandilli||Nobleton, King Creek, Laskay, Strange|
|Ward 3||Linda Pabst||Hammertown, Happy Valley, Holly Park, Linton, New Scotland|
|Ward 4||Bill Cober||Schomberg, Pottageville, Lloydtown|
|Ward 5||Jane Underhill||Western King City, Heritage Park, Kettleby, Kinghorn|
|Ward 6||Jack Rupke||Ansnorveldt, Glenville and northeastern King Township|
| North: New Tecumseth, |
Bradford West Gwillimbury
|West: Caledon||King|| East: East Gwillimbury, |
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