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The Applewood neighbourhood is in east Mississauga, to the south. One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Mississauga, the area was largely rural until the mid-1950s, when development began. Today Applewood is an established residential community, providing a variety of housing types, including single and semi-detached homes, townhouses, high-rise and low-rise apartments, and mobile homes.


Central Erin Mills is in west central Mississauga, conveniently located close to Highways 401 and 403. Housing developments began in the early 1980s. Housing is mixed, with large, single-detached and semi-detached homes, townhomes, and high-rise buildings. The area features plenty of green space and parklands, including woodland areas, as well as schools, a hospital, and a large, centrally located shopping mall.

Central Erin Mills

Churchill Meadows is located on Mississauga's western boundary, adjacent to Milton, with very close access to Highways 403 and 407. It is one of Mississauga's newer neighbourhoods, with development beginning in the late 1990s and still ongoing. Housing is mostly single-detached homes, as well as many condo townhomes. A commercial, services, and sports facility area lies in the south part of Churchill Meadows, on the other side of Highway 403.

Churchill Meadows

Mississauga's City Centre is a small area in the centre core. The neighbourhood has had a lot of recent development, and there are new construction projects on the way. Features include Square One Mall, restaurants, parks, Living Arts Centre, Celebration Square, Mississauga City Centre, YMCA, Public Library, and Sheridan College – Hazel McCallion Campus. For housing, the neighbourhood features high rise condos and a large retirement home.

City Centre

The Clarkson neighbourhood is in southwest Mississauga, and is one of Mississauga's oldest communities. Lake Ontario forms its southeast border. Clarkson features a number of parklands, green spaces, and trails, including a conservation area bordering the lake. Housing is varied, with very large, luxury estate homes in some areas, and with large areas of older, single detached homes in a variety of styles, as well as townhomes and row housing. Services and commercial areas are located conveniently throughout the neighbourhood, with many along the Queen Elizabeth Way.


The village of Cooksville is located is south central Mississauga, south of the City Centre and the Square One Mall area. Cooksville features a large baseball facility, parklands, a hospital, library, and schools. The population of this neighbourhood is very diverse, ethnically. Housing is also diverse: there are many high-rise condos along Hurontario St and at Dundas, as well as areas of newer townhome condos, and there are also older single-detached homes, built in the late 1980s and 1990s. Cooksville is the main transportation hub in Mississauga, with GO Transit rail and bus service and express city buses to Toronto Union Station, and there is easy access to Highway 401.


Creditview is a small neighbourhood just west of City Centre, with Highway 403 as its northern boundary. In the early 1970s, when land use in other areas in Mississauga were being developed for residential and industrial use, Creditview remained farm land and undeveloped land, and development occurred later, in the 1980s. Today it is a stable, residential district, with mostly single-detached homes, served by the Erindale GO station, benefits from its proximity to retail commercial centres and the City Centre.


The Dixie nieghbourhood lies in the southeastern part of Mississauga and is one of the older neighbourhoods in the city. Much of the area is commercial or industrial use with a small area of residential homes east of Dixie Road.


The East Credit neighbourhood is in north central Mississauga, between Highway 401 and Highway 403. The East Credit River forms the western boundary, and Terry Fox Parkway is roughly the eastern boundary. Residential development in this neighbourhood started around the late 1980s and continued into the 2000s, so it is one of Mississauga's more recently developed areas. Homes include single-detached, semi-detached, and townhomes. The area features a golf course.

East Credit