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How To Get Here:
From Highway 401
Take the Division Street exit and proceed south, into the city. There are 10 sets of traffic lights to proceed through on Division Street, before you come to Colborne Street. The last set of lights to go through on Division Street is York Street, and four blocks past this intersection is the intersection of Colborne Street and Division Street. Turn left onto Colborne Street and proceed three blocks. The Funeral Home is on the corner of Clergy and Colborne Streets.
From Highway #2 East of Kingston
Highway #2 becomes Ontario Street in the City of Kingston. Turn right onto Queen Street and come west, up the hill to Clergy Street, turn right onto Clergy Street, and the Funeral Home parking lot is on the next corner, the corner of Colborne and Clergy Streets.
From Highway #2 West of Kingston
From Highway #2 or Princess Street, come to Counter Street. Turn left onto Counter Street, past the Via Train Station, to the very end of Counter Street, which is Division Street. Turn right onto Division Street, and proceed through 6 sets of stop lights. The same directions do apply from the Highway 401.
From the Kingston Shopping Centre or the Brock Street transfer site, a Princess Street or Brock Street bus stopping near Clergy Street is the closest access. Colborne Street runs parallel to Queen Street, Princess, Brock and Johnson Street at Clergy Street. Proceeding north from any of these streets will place you at the corner of Colborne and Clergy Streets, and you will see the Funeral Home sign and the building.