This neighbourhood has a consistent population, and is popular with families with teens, people in their 40s, people in their 50s, and people in their 60s. Schomberg is an unincorporated village in northwestern King. Situated north of the Oak Ridges Moraine and south of the Holland River, the village is surrounded by natural attractions. Schomberg is accessed via Highway 9, which links Orangeville and Newmarket; via Highway 27 linking Barrie and Toronto; and the Lloydtown-Aurora Road. Its main street is York Regional Road 76, a graceful curved avenue separate from the local major highways.
Families with kids make up 38% of households in this neighbourhood, while couples without children make up 29% of households and 29% of households are one person living alone. People in this neighbourhood come from 35 different ethnic origins, and 17% are first-generation immigrants, while 26% are second-generation immigrants.