The Canadian Directory of Water Towers and Standpipes is sponsored by "Understanding Your Home"

Tower Information

Location: East St. @ Isabella St.
Signage: Greater Napanee Utilities

Missing data:

Please contact us if you have more information
Napanee - Eastern Ontario
County of Lennox & Addington. Photo © Mark Visser

If "your" local tower is not listed in this directory take some pictures and send them to us, uncropped and in .jpg format.
Click here to send us an image

Other sites you may be interested in:
Thumbnail Collection of USA Water Towers
USA Water Towers and Standpipes
Magnetic Hills: CA, USA, Worldwide

The History of the Christian Fish Symbol

Area Information
Napanee is
part of the County of Lennox & Addington in the heart of Eastern Ontario and located along Highway 401. The history of Napanee began with the settlement of the United Empire Loyalists following the American War of Independence. In 1852, Napanee changed from a hamlet to a police village. Becoming a police village meant it could tax the community to pay for the services of a constable. In 1855, the village was incorporated as an independent municipality. When the Grand Trunk arrived in 1856, Napanee's economy gained impetus.
Municipal amalgamations in 1998 expanded the old town to The Town of Greater Napanee, including the original Loyalist settled townships of Adolphustown, Fredericksburgh and Richmond. Greater Napanee

Home Ontario - N Index