Streetsville has been dubbed “The Village in the City”. In 1974 the Town of Streetsville joined Port Credit and the Towns of Mississauga to form the City of Mississauga and has been a coveted Mississauga ‘hood ever since.
Streetsville is to Mississauga north what Port Credit is to Mississauga south: it has its own vibe and sense of community, striking greenspaces, full history, unique housing stock, and a vibrant downtown scene. The average age in Streetsville is a bit older (many retirees and empty nesters), but younger families have started to fill up the real estate scene over the past few years – and for good reason: Streetsville is home to Vista Heights Elementary School, which is one of the top-rated in the city.
Streetsville boasts year-round community events, such as The Bread and Honey Festival, Canada Day Celebration at Memorial Park, Santa Clause Parade on Queen Street, and the Streetsville Christmas market (to name a few). Additionally, there are always smaller fun events happening throughout the neighbourhood: Yoga in the Square, The Slow Roll, Streetsville Business Connect and a full Summer Concert Series.
If you’re looking for a great place to eat or shop, Queen St has you covered. The area boasts over 300 unique shops and eateries with cuisine to fit any palate. Saucy, Cagney’s Steakhouse and Winebar, Stavro’s Greek Restaurant and Lounge, Goodfellas Wood Oven Pizza, and The Franklin House are some of the most notable area spots that anyone visiting the area should definitely check out.
So we’ve established the area is walkable, but it’s also super accessible to the downtown Toronto core through its own Go Train (Streetsville Go).
Walkable, transit accessible, great sense of community, unique homes, and top rated schools. Is there anything Streetsville doesn’t have to offer?