Mississauga Neighbourhoods

There are 22 Neighbourhoods in Mississauga:

South/East Mississauga bordering Etobicoke. Tight knit community, neighbourhood events: free annual BBQ & swim, Pumpkin Walk in the park & an Easter Egg hunt.  
Central Erin Mills
Winston Churchill Blvd to Britannia, Mississauga Rd North of Hwy 403 Landmarks: Erin Mills Town Centre and Credit Valley hospital
Churchill Meadows
Just North of Hwy 403, South of Britannia Rd. Ninth Line to Winston Churchill. Residents Association; FB page, hosts movie nights, Kite Fest, annual Christmas party.
Clarkson-Lorne Park
South East Mississauga bordered by QEW Hwy to North & Lake Ontario to South. Known for Lorne Park Sec School’s most won football titles. Won multiple OFSAA titles, best high school football team in ON.
Referred to as the “Four Corners”, Hurontario and Dundas Urban community with apartment buildings, townhomes& Shopping Plazas. Abundance of parkland; Cooksville Park & Cooksville Creek Trail.
Looks like the definition of “Suburbia”. Centre court when it comes to amenities. Main commercial corridor is Burnamthorpe Rd. Hwy 403 north boundary, railway forms the south boundary.
East Credit
Suburbs personified! Modest homes punctuated by double car garages. Landmarks: Heartland Town Centre & River Grove Community Centre that features indoor pool and gymnasium.
Queen Elizabeth Way to the South; Credit Valley Golf & Country club and Mississauga Golf & Country Club. Very pretty neighbourhood with natural landmarks including Credit River, Erindale Park
Erin Mills
Situated along the Credit River Valley. Hwy 407 to the west, the Credit River to the East, Britannia Rd to North, Dundas St to South. Landmark: University of Mississauga 225 acres within a protected greenbelt.
Part of Central Mississauga. City centre is located just a few minutes north of this neighbourhood and Cooksville just to the South. Densely populated, homes reasonably priced, close to amenities and public transit.  
High population density, many Condos and Townhouses. Situated just south of Hurontario. Ideal for commuters, hustle and bustle neighbourhood that enjoys being close to all amenities.
Southeast of Mississauga, shares border with Toronto. Situated along the Lake Ontario shoreline. Landmarks: Dixie outlet mall, Lakeview Golf Course, Lakeview water treatment plant, Lakefront Promenade Park and Marina.
Located at the extreme northwest section of Mississauga. St. Lawrence & Hudson Railway line is north end, Hwy 407 west boundary separating Lisgar from Milton. New community centre and a park on 55 acres that abut 9th line.
Located Northeast corner of Mississauga abutting City of Toronto to the east city of Brampton to the North. Adjacent to Toronto Int’l Airport. Landmarks: Community Centre, Westwood plaza, Paul Coffey Arena & park, Mimico Creek, Malton Creek, Victory Hall & Park.
North West most densely populated neighbourhoods. “Townhome” capital of Mississauga. Landmarks: Lake Aquitane & park, Meadowvale community centre & Library, trails for biking, hiking, cross country skiing, Wabukayne Park trail.
Meadowvale Village
Homes on certain streets are large and feature heritage features as part of their design. Landmarks: Rutherglen School which has painted White brick, 19th century Georgian mansion. Meadowvale conservation Area.
Most exclusive Mississauga neighbourhood. Forested enclave features large beautiful homes on premium lots. Streets are winding and lined with towering pine and oak trees. Located just to the east and Port Credit just to the West. Access City of Toronto in less than 10 minutes.  
Mississauga Valley
Family oriented neighbourhood with good selection of schools, community centre, lots of parks and green space, easy access to public transit and commuter highways. Conveniently located very close to the Mississauga City Centre.
Port Credit
Most recognizable and popular neighbourhood. Prime waterfront location, main street shopping village, recreation amenities and Go Station. Claim to fame is its status as the Salmon capital of Ontario. Annual Salmon Derby is North America’s largest fresh-water fishing derby.
Located in Central East part of Mississauga, bordered by Etobicoke Creek. Abundance of park land, mix of dwelling types, community infrastructure and services.
Quiet residential neighbourhood bordering the Credit River Valley. Landmarks: Sheridan shopping centre, Sheridan Public Library, Thornlodge Park, Sheridan library and park.
Over 300 shops & services. Small town history. Picture postcard community, that has maintained its rural charm. Queen St S, the main road thru town is lined with historical houses dating back to the 1800’s. Home of the Bread and Honey Festival!