Sarnia - Centennial Park waterfront walk
Photo courtesy of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton
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The City of Sarnia is located in the northwest corner of Sarnia-Lambton. It is bordered on the north and west by Lake Huron and the St. Clair River respectively, St. Clair to the south, and Plympton-Wyoming to the east. Sarnia is the major urban centre for the Sarnia-Lambton region and the largest urban community on Lake Huron.
Sarnia owns two business parks
(Sarnia 402 Business Park and the Sarnia Business and Research Park). Sarnia is also the location of the Bluewater Energy Park
, owned by TransAlta Energy, and the Bio-Industrial Park Sarnia
, owned by LANXESS. The Bio-Industrial Park Sarnia is the site of BioAmber's bio-succinic acid plant. BioAmber chose the location in part because of the area's growing Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster
Sarnia's City Hall is located at 255 Christina Street North.
"Most Livable City in Ontario" - Pembina Institute - August, 2007
“Micro-City of the Future” - Top Three - "fDi magazine", April/May, 2007