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The Town of East Gwillimbury is evolving from what was mainly a rural and suburban character to a thriving urban community surrounded by picturesque countryside and active agricultural areas. Hamlets and villages continue to play an important role in the Town through accommodating a mix of land uses.
The municipal council consists of a mayor and four councillors elected at large, with the mayor also representing the town in York Regional Council. Schools in East Gwillimbury are governed by the York Region District School Board and the York Catholic District School Board.
There are several elementary schools. Under the public system, the school board operates Holland Landing Public School, Park Avenue Public School, located in Holland Landing and Phoebe Gilman Public School in the Harvest Hills neighborhood. Sharon Public School, Queensville Public School and Mt. Albert Public School are located in Sharon, Queensville and Mount Albert respectively. East Gwillimbury began with the early development of Upper Canada by Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe in the late 18th century. On his order, Yonge Street was constructed from Lake Ontario to what is now the village of Holland Landing in East Gwillimbury.
The areas to the north and east were named East Gwillimbury and North Gwillimbury in honour of Simcoe's wife, Elizabeth Gwillim.
Sources: http://www.eastgwillimbury.ca/site3.aspx, https://www.yorkregion.com/community-static/6861362-york-profile-town-of-east-gwillimbury/