The Centennial Park neighbourhood is located at the western edge of the City of Toronto, nestled between Highway 427 and the Etobicoke River Valley and south of Highway 401 and Pearson International Airport. It is nestled around Centennial Park. The community has residents from a wide range of cultures and income level, who are attracted by the parklands, a selection of public and separate schools, and convenient highway access.
The former Borough of Etobicoke created Centennial Park in 1967 to celebrate Canada's 100th birthday. This community had the last working farm in Toronto, until the 88 acre Hirons farm was sold to developers in 1968.
Motorists have convenient access to Highway 427 via Eglinton, Rathburn, and Burnhamthorpe, which provides fast access to Pearson International Airport and to downtown Toronto. TTC bus service along The West Mall connects to Kipling Station (Bloor-Danforth subway). From the Kipling station, you can connect to GO Transit, the Pearson Airport express bus service, and to the Mississauga Transit system. The east-west Burnhamthorpe bus connects at Islington station(Bloor-Danforth subway), the Rathburn Road bus connects to Royal York station (Bloor-Danforth subway) and the Eglinton Avenue bus connects to the Eglinton West station (Yonge-University-Spadina subway).
This community has 4 elementary schools, 3 Catholic elementary schools, a high school, and a public library
Locals can do most of their shopping at Eringate Mall (Renforth & Eringate) and at Renforth Mall (Rathburn & Renforth), but head south to Sherway Gardens for major shopping trips.
5252 acre Centennial Park is a regional park with a ski hill, a toboggan hill, a public golf course, a Mini-Indy go-cart track, an indoor ice arena, tennis courts, a 2200 seat track & field stadium, sports fields, a pond with paddleboats, several picnic sites and a greenhouse. The Etobicoke Olympium provides aquatics, gymnastics and aerobics programs. Park transit access is via #48 Rathburn Road bus, from the Royal York station (Bloor-Danforth subway). Outside of Centennial Park, the community has two outdoor pools, two running tracks, an ice arena, several km of recreational pathways along the Etobicoke Creek, and is home to the Markland Wood Country Club. Smaller parks around the community feature children's playgrounds.
Most homes were built during the 1960s and include ranch-style and bungalows, on suburban-sized lots with driveways and a garage/carport. Jest east of Centennial Park (west of Renforth Dr) is a subdivision of larger detached and semi-detached houses, many with Tudor designs with steep roofs.
This community has low to mid-priced homes.
Most homes were built during the 1960s and include ranch-style and bungalows, on suburban-sized lots with driveways and a garage/carport. Jest east of Centennial Park (west of Renforth Dr) is a subdivision of larger detached and semi-detached houses, many with Tudor designs with steep roofs. This community has low to mid-priced homes.