The Dundas County Archives are the custodians of permanent and historical civic government records on behalf of the North and South Dundas Municipalities and its many departments, as well as local, community records with historical value. We preserve, acquire and make these documents accessible for Staff, the public, and other researchers, for present and future generations. Our goal is to preserve records that enhance our understanding of the history, evolution, and development of the Dundas County social fabric, natural and built environment, and the people that lived, worked, and made significant contributions to the shaping of Dundas County.
Archives, and public access to records, promotes accountability and transparency in government, and documents the interaction between elected officials and citizens. This encourages citizen participation and ownership of their government and their community.
Dundas County Archives Newsletter
The Dundas County Archives is located at:
5 College Street, P.O. Box 58
Iroquois, ON, K0E 1K0
Call the Dundas County Archives direct at 613-669-2169.
Effective April 25, 2022, the Dundas County Archives is open to the public by APPOINTMENT ONLY. The doors will not be open for public traffic, so please ensure you call or email to schedule a time. When attending your appointment, you will be asked to wear a face covering upon entry and for the duration of your appointment. We thank you for your understanding. Email the Dundas County Archives at firstname.lastname@example.org to help make the most of your research.
Please note, the Dundas County Archives does not have access to or manage the Lynne Cook/Loyalist Resource Centre. This collection and centre is operated by the UELAC St. Lawrence Branch. Located at 5 College Street, Iroquois, the Loyalist Resource Centre is staffed by Lorraine Reoch, UELAC St. Lawrence Branch President and Larry Empey. Opening hours are from Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 12:00pm. Please contact Lorraine at email@example.com before planning a visit. For more information, visit Loyalist Resource Centre online.