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Mississauga-Valleys

Neighborhood Overview

Mississauga-Valleys, Peel

Mississauga Valleys Neighbourhood Overview

Nestled in the heart of Mississauga, Ontario, Mississauga Valleys beckons families and community-seekers with its warm embrace. Excellent schools, bustling community centres, sprawling parks and greenspace, effortless access to public transit and highways, and affordable housing options are all conveniently within easy reach of the Mississauga City Centre. Born in the early 1980s as a meticulously planned subdivision, Mississauga Valleys stands out for its unique layout. A central ring road is the neighbourhood's heartbeat, seamlessly connecting its various facets. This dynamic enclave embraces diversity, showcasing a fascinating contrast between the west side's towering "tower-in-the-park" apartment blocks and the east side's charming expanse of single-family homes.

Livability and Lifestyle of Mississauga Valleys

Let us explore the overall livability and lifestyle rating of the Mississauga Valleys.
Livability 79
Amenities A+
Commute A+
Cost of Living D
Crime  A-
Employment C+
Housing B+
Health and safety A+
Schools B+
This family-friendly neighbourhood boasts a staggering 46% lower crime rate compared to the national average. Violent crime rates in the Mississauga Valleys are an impressive 44% lower than the national benchmark. Property crime follows suit, lower by 46%. Statistically, your chance of becoming a victim of crime in the Mississauga Valleys is a mere 1 in 44. Compare that to the national average, and you will understand why families and individuals seeking a secure environment flock to this exceptional neighbourhood. But Mississauga Valleys is not just safe; it is safer than 63% of all cities in Ontario. This ranking puts it among the province's top tier of secure communities. Mississauga, as a whole, has witnessed a remarkable 16% decrease in crime year-over-year.
Index Mississauga Valleys /100k People Mississauga /100k People Ontario /100k People National /100k People
 Total crime 2,291 (estimate) 1,884 3,086 4,223
Violent crime  588 (estimate) 484 792 1,042
Property crime  1,702 (estimate) 1,400 2,294 3,181

People and Culture of Mississauga Valleys

The median household income here sits modestly at 10% lower compared to the national average. This is balanced by a significantly lower unemployment rate of 20%, which indicates more job opportunities. We see a greater concentration of residents in the lower and middle-income ranges. Roughly 8.7% earn $20,000 or less, while 12.6% fall within the $80,000 to $100,000 bracket. At the higher end, only 1.1% earn $300,000 or more.
Index Mississauga Valleys Mississauga Ontario
Median household income $74,132 $94,663 $87,353
Unemployment rate 5.2% 5.0% 4.2%
In the labour force 58.7% 61.2% 61.7%
The community boasts a kaleidoscope of ethnicities, with East Indians forming the largest group, comprising 13% of the population, followed by Canadians at 8%. The Polish and Filipino communities find equal footing at 8% each. English heritage makes up a further 7%, adding another layer to the rich cultural mosaic. While its residents hail from multiple linguistic backgrounds, Mississauga Valley finds English the preferred language for daily communication amongst its diverse residents.
Speak English Only 87.8%
Speak French Only 0.1%

Mississauga Valleys Neighbourhood Nearby

Brimming with schools, parks, a community centre, and a library, this neighbourhood caters to young families while remaining conveniently close to amenities and major shopping hubs like Heartland Town Centre and Square One.

Schools

Mississauga Valley boasts an impressive educational landscape featuring top-tier elementary and secondary schools with dedicated special programs like French Immersion, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate. Public Schools
  • Silver Creek PS
  • Thornwood PS
  • Corsair PS
  • Briarwood PS
  • T. L. Kennedy SS
  • The Valleys Sr PS
  • Applewood Heights SS
Catholic Schools
  • Father Michael Goetz SS
  • Canadian Martyrs Catholic School
  • Metropolitan Andrei Catholic School

Restaurants

Mississauga Valley's restaurant scene offers an alluring fusion of international and regional cuisine. Visitors can enjoy diverse culinary experiences alongside well-loved local specialties.
  • Quest Restaurant and Bar
  • Beishike
  • My Secret Kitchen
  • Goodfellas Wood Oven
  • Michael's Back Door Restaurant
  • Culinaria Restaurant
  • Master Steaks
  • Broast Inn

Hospitals

Well-equipped hospitals and medical centres within easy reach of Mississauga Valley offer residents convenient access to quality healthcare when needed.
  • Integracare
  • Trillium Health Partners
  • Sunshine Healthcare Services
  • The Credit Valley Hospital

Shopping Malls

Square One, Mississauga's premier shopping destination, houses over 330 stores and services, including luxury brands like Holt Renfrew & Tiffany & Co., alongside diverse dining options like The Food District. Numerous other well-designed malls invite them to indulge in brands and curated shopping environments, promising endless possibilities for retail fulfilment.
  • Heartland Town Centre
  • Square One
  • Meadowvale Village Centre
  • Dixie Outlet Mall
  • Erin Mills Town Centre

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Mississauga Valleys

Mississauga Valley offers something for everyone, whether seeking entertainment, connecting with the community, or simply enjoying a moment of tranquility.

Port Credit

Nestled on Mississauga's waterfront, Port Credit exudes the charm of an urban village. This vibrant community thrives on activity, offering engaging events, diverse dining, serene strolls, and picturesque vistas. Explore the accessible waterfront by boat, paddleboard, or kayak; soak in the vibrant music scene at the Blues & Jazz Festival or summer concerts; or delve into community events like farmers markets. History buffs find solace in the iconic lighthouse, while families delight in the abundance of parks and year-round festivities.

Celebration Square

In the heart of downtown Mississauga, Celebration Square, an expansive 6.6-acre public space, transforms seamlessly from a leisure oasis to a bustling hub for outdoor events, boasting an impressive arsenal of entertainment. A magnificent 147-foot by 155-foot outdoor ice rink welcomes winter enthusiasts, while dual Mitsubishi 'Diamond Vision' screens and six digital ribbon displays captivate audiences with live events and vibrant visuals. A two-story covered stage with high-performance sound and light sets the stage for captivating performances, while a 300-seat amphitheatre provides intimate settings for diverse events.

Art Gallery of Mississauga

Nestled within Mississauga's Civic Centre, the Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) hosts innovative education programs, artist projects, and diverse dialogues. Its commitment to contemporary and relevant themes shines through curated exhibitions, tours, talks, and workshops for adults and youth.

Kariya Park

Named after Kariya, its Japanese sister city, the park echoes its namesake's spirit with authentic touches like a traditional pavilion and serene Zen garden. Spring explodes with the vibrant hues of cherry blossoms and magnolias, while year-round visitors can admire Japanese maples, koi ponds, and diverse flora. This enchanting haven fosters peace, cultural exchange, and a deep appreciation for natural beauty, welcoming all to experience a touch of Japan within Mississauga's embrace.

Mississauga Library

Within the Mississauga Valley Community Centre, the Mississauga Valley Library ignites a love of learning for all ages. Parents find support through book recommendations and digital tools, while aspiring writers and readers enjoy insightful author events. This vibrant library community nurtures knowledge, creativity, and connection, enriching the lives of Mississauga Valley residents.

Things to do in Mississauga Valleys

Mississauga Valley offers a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and recreation seekers amidst the urban buzz.
  • Nature walks: Breathe in the fresh air on scenic trails winding alongside Cooksville Creek, connecting you to nearby parks and green spaces.
  • Community spirit: Gather for picnics in designated areas, join a friendly game of bocce ball, or soak up the sun in the spacious greenery.
  • Culture and connection: Experience Mississauga's dynamic spirit through community events and festivals often held within the park's grounds.
  •  Nature: Immerse yourself in the unique Rattray Marsh, the last remaining of its kind, with birdwatching, wildlife encounters, and scenic boardwalk strolls.
  • Lakeside fun: Enjoy the sun-kissed Lakefront Promenade with its beach, splash pad, volleyball, and playground, perfect for families.

Distance and Commute from Popular Locations

Navigating the Mississauga Valley and beyond is effortless, thanks to its comprehensive transportation network. Mississauga's MiWay bus network provides extensive local and express services, catering to every travel need.
  • For those venturing to Toronto's vibrant downtown core, the journey by car typically takes 30-35 minutes, though this can vary slightly during peak hours. Major highways like the 403 and QEW, seamlessly linking to the Toronto arteries of the 401 and Gardiner Expressway, ensure smooth commutes.
  • At a quick 10.54 kilometres away, the Toronto Pearson International Airport is easily accessible by various modes of transportation. Consider the dedicated GO Transit bus service departing from Square One for swift connectivity.
  • Mississauga awaits just a 69-mile (111-km) drive from Niagara Falls, with a typical travel time of 1 hour and 9 minutes. Convenient bus options are also available.

Popular Markets in Mississauga Valleys

Lions Market

Hundreds of vendors showcase a bounty of local delights at the Mississauga Lions Farmers Market. Savour seasonal Ontario produce, crafted preserves, artisan bread, and specialty meats to celebrate the farm-fresh flavour and culinary artistry. Whether seeking unique collectables or handcrafted treasures, this open-air haven fosters a vibrant community spirit for an exploration of every palate and passion.

Port Credit Farmers Market

Discover bountiful stalls brimming with local, sustainable produce straight from the grower's hand and bursting with seasonal colour and flavour at the Port Credit Farmers Market. Explore unique artisan crafts and savoury treats alongside delectable baked goods and gourmet delights. Live music fills the air, creating a festive atmosphere.

Mississauga Valleys Demographics

Mississauga Valleys exceeds the city of Mississauga's population density by a significant 199%. Its residents are slightly younger than the broader city, with a median age just 1% higher. Mississauga Valley's culture is richly woven with threads of South Asia, with 23.75% of the population identifying as South Asian. Alongside them, vibrant Arab and Black communities flourish, representing 8.05% and 7.13% of the population, respectively.
Statistic Mississauga Valleys
Population 27,742
Population density (sq km) 7,990
Median age 40.4
Male/Female ratio 1.1:1
Married couples 72%
Families w/ kids at home 49%

Things to Do in Mississauga Valleys with Kids & Pets

  • Playtime: Get active on expansive sports fields, challenge friends to beach volleyball or tennis, or let the kids loose on the playground and splash pad.
  • Family times: Pack a picnic and enjoy the vibrant community centre, complete with amenities like a playground, splash pad, and BBQ areas.
  • Boating adventures: Paddle, sail, or cruise by renting at nearby marinas and yacht clubs and discovering breathtaking lakefront views.
  • Central Library: Beyond its extensive collection, the library fosters early literacy with engaging storytimes, interactive programs, and dedicated resources for families.
  • Celebration Square: This dynamic space also transforms into a winter wonderland during the colder months, with the ice rink becoming a magnet for laughter and lively activity.
  • Hike: Unwind on the charming Cooksville Creek Trail, a 1.9-kilometer loop near Mississauga. This gentle path, perfect for families and solo adventurers, takes about 22 minutes to complete. Pack a picnic and revel in the fresh air from April to September. Expect friendly company as walkers flock to this popular spot. Dogs are welcome, even off-leash in some areas.

Cost of Living in Mississauga Valleys

Compared to the city average, the cost of living in the Mississauga Valleys boasts an impressive 11% reduction. This positive trend extends beyond the city limits, with Mississauga Valley's cost of living a modest 1% lower than the national average. Notably, housing costs in the Mississauga Valleys showcase a significant 24% reduction compared to the national benchmark. While some provincial taxes, like the Ontario general sales tax, which is 33% higher than the national average, require consideration, this is offset by the significantly lower Ontario state income tax, which rests a remarkable 40% below the national average.
Index  Mississauga Valleys
Cost of living 99
Goods and Services 108
Groceries 100
Health care 103
Housing 76
Transportation 107
Utilities 130

Real Estate Housing Market of Mississauga Valleys

Mississauga Valley unfolds diverse real estate possibilities to suit every seeker. Whether pursuing homeownership or rental options, this vibrant neighbourhood welcomes you. For potential buyers, the canvas stretches from charming homes starting at $370,452 to expansive options reaching $1,220,000, catering to a spectrum of preferences and budgets. For renters, comfortable and well-appointed accommodations await, from $2299 to $3200 monthly.

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FAQ

What is the typical housing cost in Mississauga Valley?

The housing prices in Mississauga Valley vary, with options available from $370,452 to $1,220,000, offering diverse housing choices.

How much does renting a home in Mississauga Valleys cost?

Renting a property in Mississauga Valley generally falls within the range of $2299 to $3200 per month.

Which neighbourhoods are close to Mississauga Valleys?

Milton, Vaughan, Lawrence Park, and Chelsea Towers are neighbouring areas near Mississauga Valley.

How many homes are available for purchase in Mississauga Valleys?

Mississauga Valley presents a varied assortment of homes for sale, accommodating different preferences and budget.

How quickly do homes sell in the Mississauga Valleys?

There is considerable demand for homes in Mississauga Valley; however, the sales pace varies depending on the property.

How does Mississauga Valley compare to other neighbourhoods in Toronto?

Mississauga Valley stands out as a unique and inviting community amidst the diversity of neighbourhoods in Toronto.

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