The City of Niagara Falls has 77,000 residents on the Eastern border of the Niagara Peninsula along the shore of the Niagara River, opposite the City of Niagara Falls, New York USA. It is the site of the world famous Niagara Falls which attract twelve million visitors a year. Two International Bridges traverse the Niagara River to Niagara Falls, New York USA, providing an easily accessible Gateway for all our guests throughout the world.
On January 1st 1904, the Town of Niagara Falls (formerly Town of Clifton) and the Village of Niagara Falls formerly Drummondville) were amalgamated to form the new City of Niagara Falls. The combined population of the new city was less than 7,000 citizens. In 1930, the City of Niagara Falls had grown to have a population of over 20,000 citizens and encompassed 1,800 acres of land.
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