Where everyone fits in.
— Town slogan

Schitt's Creek is a small town in Canada, founded in 1895 by Horace Schitt.

The town is the primary setting of the television series of the same name.


"Charming studio apartment for rent in lower SC." What's 'lower SC?' I thought this town was just one long street.
— David reading an ad for an apartment in Schitt's Creek
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Main Street featuring Cafe Tropical and Bob's Garage

Schitt's Creek is town (Moira once called it a "hamlet") of quaint surroundings and very few businesses and places of interest, the most prominent of them, Bob's Garage, Café Tropical, and Rose Apothecary being located along on a wide Main Street. Beyond the Main Street the other businesses shown are the Town Hall, Ted's Veterinary Clinic, and the Rosebud Motel. The town is 4,500 acres, most of it being open fields and shady wooded areas.

The town is shown to be the home to largely unsophisticated, but honest, down-to-Earth, and hard working people who are always eager to give a helping hand, or a happy smile to anyone in need, especially the Rose Family. It is also interesting to note the townsfolk not showing any expressions of homophobia to David's sexuality, as they simply accept it.

Founding Family


Former Residents







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Schitt's Creek Town Hall

The town of Schitt's Creek is governed by a Mayor and a small Town Council. Together, the duel government bodies work closely to sort out and solve problems in the town. They are also responsible for calling frequent town meetings.

The Council and Mayor offices are located in the Schitt's Creek Town Hall, which was incorporated in 1895.


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Roland N. Schitt, mayor

By following an old Schitt's Creek saying that goes, "Who needs elections when you can keep having sons?", the town has been led by the Schitt family for generations; the first mayor being founder Horace Schitt and the current mayor being Roland Schitt.

Town Council



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