City of Ottawa Archives, Rideau Branch (1876) - 6581 Fourth
Line Road. The former North Gower Township town hall. Restored and
opened as the Archive in 1990.
Former Marlborough Township Hall (1855) - 3048 Pierce Rd,
Pierces Corners. Constructed by Robert Mackey as a community
centre, the one-story frame building was moved to its present site
in 1934. The framing uses a series of posts and trusses that allows
a clear ceiling.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church (1879) - 2372 Church St. A single
story stone church supported by heavy stone buttresses and fronted
with an imposing bell tower, it sites on land originally deeded to
the Synod of the Diocese of Ontario in 1867. Tall stained glass
windows dominate the Sanctuary while commemorative ones are
displayed throughout the church.
North Gower United Church (1870) - 2332 Church Street.
St. John the Baptist Anglican Church (1892) - 3027 Pierce Rd.,
Pierces Corners. This solid timber frame church designed by Amaldi
and Caldeson, Architects, has stone foundation and central bell
tower. All original pews and stained glass windows. Church stable,
once used for the congregation's horses, still stands.
Perkins Lumber - 2338 Roger Stevens Dr. An independently owned
lumber yard founded in 1936, will stand as part of the area's
Community Facilities in North Gower
North Gower/Marlborough Public School - 2403 United Ave (Church
Alfred Taylor Recreation Centre / North Gower Community Centre
- 2300 Community Way (613-489-3975)
Rideau Client Service Centre (former town hall) - 2358 Roger
Stevens Dr. (613-580-2424 x 31301)
Rideau Township Archives - 6581 Fourth Line Rd.
North Gower Library - 6579 Fourth Line Rd. (613-489-3909)