Barrie Locksmith | Locksmith | Central Lock and Key

Barrie is located in the central portion of Southern Ontario, just steps north of Toronto within the Greater Golden Horseshoe subregion. It is accessible via Highways 26, 400, 11 and has convenient access to Highway 401, the Highway 407 Express Toll Route and to neighbouring Toronto. Pearson International Airport in Toronto is less than a one hour drive from Barrie when taking Highway 400.

Barrie’s historic downtown area is situated in a distinct curved or wrapped valley, surrounding the western edge of Kempenfelt Bay. Terrain is generally flat near the city’s centre. Moving up the valley slopes toward the city’s north and south ends, the terrain can be rather steep in some areas.

The City of Barrie is one of Canada’s fastest growing cities. Between 2001 and 2006, Barrie and the surrounding area had 177,061 residents, which included the City of Barrie’s 128,430 residents. Current 2011 population estimates are around 145,000 for the City proper. This population growth is largely due to the young population and a growing number of Canadians moving into the city for economic and technological opportunities, and the fact that Barrie has been designated an Urban Growth Centre by the Province of Ontario (Places to Grow Simcoe Area, 2009). Go transit has recently introduced a train station to Barrie, extending the service it provides due to the high number of commuters to Toronto’s downtown area.

Central Lock & Key is proud to be providing our security and locksmith services to the Barrie community which include our locksmith service area to Alcona, Simcoe Beach,  Alderslea,  Barclay,  Bear Point,  Bell Ewart,  Belle Air Beach,  Bethesda,  Big Bay Point,  Big Cedar Point,  Cedar Mount Churchill, Cookstown,  DeGrassi Point,  Fennell, Gilford, Glenhaven Beach, Glenwood Beach,  Innisfil Heights,  Killarney Beach,  Lefroy,  Maple Grove ,Mooselanka Beach,  Nantyr,  Nantyr Park,  Sandy Cove,  Sandy Cove Acres and Stroud.