Named for French explorer, Rene Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, French settlers were the first to establish roots in the area in the mid 1700s. Those French roots remain evident in LaSalle, and despite being one of the largest communities in Essex County with a population of almost 30,000, the town retains its charm and traditional warmth. Originally, the Town of LaSalle encompassed just an area on the bank of the Detroit River – what is known as the "Nautical Mile." Today the Town of LaSalle has expanded well beyond that waterfront location and is bordered by the Town of Amherstburg to the south, the town of Tecumseh to the east and the City of Windsor to the north. Geographically, LaSalle is a very “big” small town, encompassing an area rich in agriculture, houses the phenomenal Vollmer Complex, golf, shopping and more than 100 acres of parkland.
5950 Malden Road
LaSalle, Ontario, N9H-1S4