WELCOME TO MEADOWVALE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Meadowvale is a neighbourhood located in the northwestern part of Mississauga, situated near the Credit River which lies to the East.
The approximate boundaries of Meadowvale are: Highway 401 to the north, Britannia Road to south, Mississauga road to the East and Ninth Line to the west. Pine forests with many other varieties are seen along the Credit River. These pine forests cover most of the central part of Meadowvale.
Levi Creek, which runs to the south and southwest is a tributary of the Credit River lying to the south.
Meadowvale is one of the older neighbourhoods in Mississauga, and as such many homes do not have the amenities of the newer homes, such as an en-suite bath or main floor family and laundry rooms. They also lack some basic upgrades and require some updating.
It is a quiet, family friendly neighbourhood where the prices are very affordable to most families. The homes here are approximately 40-50 years old, but many have been well maintained and in excellent condition.
Meadowvale has two, largely man-made lakes, Aquitaine and Wabukayne which are connected by a system of parks and trails. There are also a series of bike and walking trails, offering access to schools, parks, the Meadowvale Town Centre and the Meadowvale Community Centre.
The Meadowvale GO station is an intersection point for GO transit in the north west part of the GTA. It serves as a hub for GO transit operations. It offers express hourly service to the two largest hubs, York University and Union Station.
MiWay, Mississauga’s local transit system has its third largest terminal in Meadowvale Town Centre. It is the second largest in Mississauga after Square one, the main terminal. MiWay also offers service to Islington Subway Station and Square One, and indirectly to Pearson International Airport.