Village of Lytton
The Village of Lytton was incorporated in 1945, and has long been referred to as “Canada’s Hot Spot.” Lytton is located at the confluence of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers and is one of the longest continually inhabited areas of North America. Lytton is rebuilding after the June 30, 2021 Lytton Creek Wildfire.
Land Area: 6.73 km2*
Private Dwellings: 118*
Dwelling Occupied by Usual Residents: 104*
Main Transportation Routes: Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1), Highway 12
*= 2021 Census data