Highlights of the Area
Major Type of Homes In this Area
Detached & Semi-Detached
Average Sale Price For Homes in This Area
Average Household Income
Average Status of Occupancy
85% Owned 15% Rented
(All figures given above are average for the entire area.)
Streetsville is more of a small traditional town type setting. Graceful old red and yellow brick homes, well-preserved heritage buildings, and quaint village shops are the hallmarks of the village of Streetsville, on Mississauga road between Eglinton and Britannia. Though today Streetsville covers a much broader area than these few square blocks along Queen street, this area is heart and soul of the village. In 2010 Streetsville celebrated its 150th anniversary and plays host to several events throughout the year including the Bread and Honey Festival.
Although Streetsville occupies both the west and east banks of the river, the majority is located on the west bank of the river.
Though the former village is surrounded by modern suburban development, it seeks to keep a “small town” charm by maintaining a separate identity from the larger city, the names of several main Mississauga roads, as they pass through Streetsville, revert to what they were called when Streetsville was an independent village. These include Mississauga Road and Bristol Road, which revert to Queen Street and Main Street respectively. Other main thoroughfares that cross Streetsville include Creditview Road, Eglinton Avenue, and Britannia Road.
Streetsville is a wonderful family neighborhood nestled in the heart of Mississauga. Streetsville is known for its large lots and many mature tree-lined streets. There is a great mixture of properties from older heritage homes to newer lots with everything from bungalows, semis, townhouses to newer condos. Though you will find detached homes most visible in this community.
Streetsville (pop. 47,327) is an established community located in the northwestern corner of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on the Credit River. Although Streetsville occupies both the west and east banks of the river, the majority is located on the west bank of the river.
In 1818 the last remaining tract along the banks of the Credit River was ceded to the British Government.
Timothy Street, a resident of Niagara Township, was given the task of surveying the final acquisition. In return, Mr. Street was granted 1,000 acres of land in the new township and in 1824 this area became known as Streetsville.
Although the former village is surrounded by modern suburban development, it seeks to keep a "small town" charm by retaining a variety of historical buildings and streetscapes. As part of this attempt to maintain a separate identity from the larger city, the names of several main Mississauga roads, as they pass through Streetsville, revert to what they were called when Streetsville was an independent village. These include Mississauga Road and Bristol Road, which revert to Queen Street and Main Street respectively. Other main thoroughfares that cross Streetsville include Creditview Road, Eglinton Avenue, and Britannia Road.
The city of Mississauga focuses on Streetsville's urban structure to grow in existing and proposed services and the community infrastructure. As a Community Node, there are many things in Streetsville that are used on a day-to-day basis. This includes local shops, restaurants, community facilities, entertainment, schools, parks, and an impressive housing stock that meets the requirements of new residents.
The Bread and Honey festival is held at Streetsville Memorial Park, which is a natural amphitheater that contains 30 acres of land on the pristine Credit River. Some of the events that take place over the course of the weekend include live musical performances, a carnival run by the Lions club, and a consumer m Every July 1 at Memorial Park, the Village of Streetsville puts on a Canada day celebration.arket with over 100 vendors. The annual Mississauga Santa Claus Parade now resides in Streetsville. The parade starts on Queen Street South at Britannia Road and travels south through the village to disperse at various locations after the Church Street junction.
Public Schools/Elementary schools
- Britannia Public School- ( JK-Grade-6)
- Dolphin Sr. Public School- (Grade-6-8)
- Hazel McCallion Sr. Public School- ( Grade -6-8)
- Plowman's Park Public School- (K-Grade-6)
- Ray Underhill Public School- ( K-Grade-5)
- Vista Heights Public School- (K-Grade-5)
- Willow Way Public School (K-Grade-5)
- St. Joseph (Jk-Grade-8)
- Our Lady Of Good Voyage (JK-Grade-8)
- St. Dunstan (JK-Grade-8)
- St.Elizabeth Seton (JK-Grade-8)
- Britannia Medical Clinic 5980 Churchill Meadows Bl
- Derry Medical Clinic 3221 Derry Rd W
- Woodhurst Heights Park Artificial Ice Rink Auxiliary Building- (3499 Woodhurst Cr, Streetsville, ON)
- Streetsville Memorial Park (355 Church Street, along with the banks of the Credit River just south of Bristol Road.)
- Credit Meadows Park-( Streetsville, Mississauga, ON)
Streetsville Historical Society-(4415 Mississauga Rd in the Leslie log house built in 1826)