Streetsville Map 2

This is my partner Gloria's specialty area as she live here and has done a lot of sales in this district. You'll see that Streetsville and its district boundaries are definitely the most misshaped out of the other areas of Mississauga. Located in the northeast part of Mississauga and it consists of the three areas of Riverview, Creditview and Vista Heights. The main roads that help formulate Streetsville running north/south are Queen Street (which turns into Mississauga Rd if you continue to head south down it) and Creditview Rd. Your main east/west roads are Britannia Rd West and Thomas which runs right past the Streetsville Go Station and merges with Queen Street, thus taking you right into the downtown core of Streetsville and it's near 200 year old history.


Streetsville is one of my favourite communities /districts in Mississauga with its historic base, old school allure, communitiy activities and spirited downtown core, it truly has a little bit for everyone here.

Credit Meadow, Riverun and Riverview are the three parks that are spread throughout the Streetsville community. The Credit River also runs through Streetsville as well with beautiful pathways /nature walks running alongside it connecting the parks for an incredibly active experience pairing man and nature together. This is definitely a plus for any health enthusiest or outdoorsy person.

Lots of variety rests in Streetsville as far as home style and selection goes but keep in mind the turnover in this area is not incredibly high. There is a newer mix of homes in the Vista Heights area as well as older style split levels and bungalows and new build townhomes as well.

The larger and more opulent homes happen to be located in Creditview and Riverview if that is what better suits your needs. Many of these homes have the Credit River running by them making the views to be private and extraordinary.

It's home every year to the Bread and Honey Festival and Mississauga Santa Claus Parade running through Streetsville as well just adding to the already dynamic community atmosphere that exists here.

Though many of the homes are a little dated in this area and are in need of some renovating to bring them up to a more modernized standard you can still expect to pay a premium price for these homes.


If Streetsville isn't your cup of tea but you'd like to be in the vicinity of it for the community vibe I would recommend any of these neighbouring districts that surround Streetsville. As mentioned before that each community has it's own unique style and charm that makes it just a touch different than the other Mississauga districts surrounding it.

Meadowvale2web East-Credit2web Erin-Mills1web


The majority of the schools in the Streetsville district do quite well where they fall into the high sevens out of ten. St Aloysius Gonzaga ranks very high for secondary schools across Ontario with Streetsville Secondary not far behind it as well. Generally you'll find the schooling scores better in the locations that cost more to live in......surprise, surprise! Please look below for an explanation on why some schools do not have a mark from the Fraser Institute (F/I)


Britannia Public School (F/I) - 1145 Swinbourne Drive, Mississauga (905) 814-1146  F/I Score: N/A
Plowman's Park Public School (K-6) - 5940 Montevideo Road, Mississauga (905) 821-4973  F/I Score6.1/10
Ray Underhill Public School - 32 Suburban Drive, Mississauga (905) 826-1742  F/I Score: N/A
Vista Heights Public School (F/I) - 89 Vista Boulevard, Mississauga (905) 826-1581  F/I Score: N/A
Willow Way Public School - 1715 Willow Way, Mississauga (905) 567-0237  F/I Score: N/A


Dolphin Senior Public School (Grades 6-8) - 18 Brookside Drive, Mississauga (905) 826-4247  F/I ScoreN/A
Hazel McCallion Senior Public School (F/I) - 5750 River Grove Avenue, Mississauga (905) 858-1133  F/I ScoreN/A


Streetsville Secondary School (F/I) - 72 Joymar Drive, Mississauga (905) 826-1195 F/I Score7.7/10
West Credit Secondary School - 6325 Montevideo Road (905) 858-3087 F/I Score: N/A


Our Lady of Good Voyage (JK-8) - 5850 River Grove Avenue, Mississauga (905) 567-8422  F/I Score7.2/10
St Dunstan (JK-8) - 1525 Cuthbert Avenue, Mississauga (905) 567-5050  F/I Score8.5/10
St. Elizabeth Seton (JK-8) - 6133 Glen Erin Drive, Mississauga (905) 821-2277  F/I Score7.7/10
St. Joseph (JK-8) - 249 Church Street, Mississauga (905) 826-4422  F/I Score5.3/10
St. Aloysius Gonzaga - 2800 Erin Centre Boulevard, Mississauga (905) 820-3900  F/I Score8.1/10

*Rankings Come From the Fraser Institute 2014-15 *
(Please note:  schools that do not have a rating on the Fraser Institute need a miniumum number of students (15) from the grades from which the data is drawn from and in some cases the available data is insufficient to properly rank the school getting them a rank of this N/A. Again rank isn't everything as there are many factors to consider and the score should be used in conjuction with having meetings with teachers, administrators, support staff, as well as your child and other parents to better the overall selection factor)


Streetsville is very diverse in your choice for home styles. It boasts newer executive townhomes with jaw-dropping interiors, heritage homes and larger detached homes with nice sized pristine lots, some with private views and some nice bungalows (some have no basement) with decent sized lots as well. Streetsville doesn't have much turnover but you can take that as a good sign, as it means people must really enjoy living here.

Bungalows start anywhere from $679,000+
Townhomes and Executive Townhomes can start anywhere from $520,000 - $750,000+
Heritage/Detached homes can start anywhere around $750,000 - $1,250,000+


As a former restauranteur, I really love some of the restaurants and their fare in Streetsville and it is often a place my family and I will frequent for dinner or we'll drive to Murphy's for an ice cream and a long walk on the weekends. Gabriel's is my favourite place to eat in Streetsville as the food is amazing and the atmosphere isn't stuffy (my style isn't fine dining, I like casual) I used to love the Old Barber House but excluded it as I have found it to be a bit disappointing my last few visits as it's reviews on Yelp tend to side with my feelings about it and I truly hope it finds its way again. Here are the reviews as found on Yelp Yelp as of 01/01/2015 I should also mention Goodfella's has incredible pizza and Burger Legend isn't bad either if you like a pricey burger located right on Queen Street (downtown Streetsville)


Mondello Ristorante - 127 Queen Street South, Mississauga (905) 819-1727  Yelp Review 4/5 (Italian cuisine, fine dining)
Saucy - 111 Queen Street South, Mississauga (905) 542-9600 Yelp Review 3.5/5 (Casual fine dining)
Gabriel's Restaurant Bar and Grill- 6501 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga (905)567-5218 Yelp Review 4.5/5 (Casual fine dining)
Murphy's Ice Cream Parlour - 9 Main Street, Mississauga (905) 826-8755 Yelp Review 3.5/5 (Delicious Ice Cream)


This is just my professional opinion on Streetsville but it's one of my favourite districts in Mississauga. As mentioned before I love the old school feel of it with it's little downtown core and the history that seems to stay with the area. You have the Go station located right in the centre of it so if you work in the city you have really nice access to Toronto's downtown without dealing with all the hassle of fighting traffic everyday.

The community activities mixed with the downtown core give it something special to uphold as well as the three parks and pathways that weave themselves all through Streetsville giving the nature lover or health enthusiast somewhere to go.

The heritage/detached homes in Creditview and Riverview have a pretty good price tag that comes with them but the lots sizes they are situated on are huge compared to buying in Churchill Meadows. As well as the privacy some of the lots give, you can also get some with the scenic views overlooking the Credit River. Vista Heights is the area that contains the bungalows and is the more affordable area in Streetville but you don't get near the amount of home as you would in Creditview and Riverview. All in all I find that Streetsville is an incredibly clean and friendly place to live, where curb appeal is very apparent and some of the schools here have amazing rankings as well. With it's near 200 year old history I can see Streetsville's staying power as the place to be in Mississauga for another 200 years.

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