Applewood Hills & Heights Residents' Association (AHHRA)

Applewood Residents Caring for Our Community

Community Information

Map location of Applewood Hills & Heigths Areas

Information on the Applewood Hills & Heights Communities located in the Applewood Neighbourhood (NHD) in the City of Mississauga in Ward 3, Mississauga East - Cooksville.


The 2016 Census Canada Statistics

To view complete stats for the Applewood Neighbourhood in Ward 3 - Mississauga East Cooksville click here.

Location Profile & Government Representatives:

The City of Mississauga is located in  the Regional Municipality of Peel

Mississauga is currently the 6th largest city in Canada and the 3rd largest in Ontario.

City of Mississauga, Ward 3 Map Location & Ward Profile

Councillor - Ward 3,                                                                          Councillor Chris Fonseca,

Trustee - Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board, for Wards 1 & 3                                                                        Trustee Mario Pascucci,

Trustee - Peel District School Board for Wards 3 & 4                                                                                                          Trustee Susan Lawton,

Member of Provincial Parliament - MPP for Mississauga East - Cooksville                                                        MPP Kaleed Rasheed,

Member of Parliament, Federal - MP for Mississauga East - Cooksville                                                                MP Peter Fonseca,

Peel Regional Police, 12 Division                       Address: 4600 Dixie Road (just south of Eglinton & Dixie, on the NW corner of Crestlawn Rd.) 905.453.3311

Community Liaison Officer for AHHRA area:  Const. Jaimee Walker

Fire Station:  Mississauga Fire Station 106,                           Address:  1355 Winding Trail (just south of Burnhamthorpe & Dixie, on the NW corner) 905.615.3377

Waste Collection area is:  Zone A, and waste pick-up  day is on Wednesdays.

City Parks & Community Facilities

Settlement Services

Dixie-Bloor Neighbourhood Centre

If you are new to Mississauga and/or to Canada and are looking for settlement services for you and your family visit or contact the Dixie-Bloor Neighbourhood Centre to learn more about the variety of programs available for you and your family.  And even if you are not new to Canada, there are services and programs that my be of interest to you as well.  To contact and to learn more, 

Tel#:  905.629.1873



Public Library:

Burnhamthorpe Public Library, Located on the South-West corner of Dixie & Burnhamthorpe.                                 To view library's website click here.                                                            

Parks & Outdoor Pool:

Applewood Heights Park,  Offers:  Applewood Outdoor Pool, Soccer Fields, Baseball Field,  Basketball Court, and Parkette Play Area

Applewood Hills Park, Offers: Parkette Play Area, Bike / Walking Path  on Applewood Trail which runs along the Little Etobicoke Creek

Bloor Athletic Field -  Offers: Soccer fields and Baseball Field

Cedarbrook Park

Cherry Hill Park, Offers Parkette Play Area

Kennedy Park, Offers: Soccer field

Silverthorn Park, Offers Parkette Play Area

Private Sports Clubs:  

Applewood Tennis Club, For more information click here.

Dixie Curling Club, For more information click here.

Public Schools

Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board,

Elementary & Middle Schools,  Grades JK - Grade 8

St. Theresa of Calcutta Catholic Elementary School,

St. Thomas Moore Catholic Elementary School,

Secondary School, Grades 9 - 12

Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School,


Peel District School Board,

Elementary Schools, JK - Grade 5

Burnhamthorpe Public School,

Dixie Road Public School,

Silverthorn Public School,

Middle School, Grades 6 - 8  Tomken Road Middle School,                                                       

Secondary School, Grades 9 - 12 Applewood Heights Secondary School,


Welcome to the Applewood Hills & Heights Community in Mississauga

Applewood Hills and Heights is one of Mississauga’s oldest neighbourhoods – developed in the 1960s this neighbourhood has grown into a cultural mecca for the city. For the nature enthusiasts, there are plenty of biking and walking trails to choose from down by the Etobicoke Creek that runs south through Applewood out to Lake Ontario. And for the shopping enthusiasts, you can find an industrial park with many shops and outlets along the stretch of Dundas from Dixie to Cawthra, with the Mississauga Chinese Centre (over 100,000 square feet of shopping) being a destination for travellers and locals alike.

Miway bus transportation is available throughout Applewood, but for the Toronto commuter the Dixie Go Train might be a more viable option (although it’s not one of the most serviced Go lines, it can still get you downtown without having to fight traffic on the Gardiner).

Another option for commuters since Applewood is so close to the Toronto border might be using the Bloor subway line to get into the core, although the closest station stop would likely be Kipling Station. Transit aside, schools are definitely a factor for many Applewood residents (which makes sense when we look at the demographics that show a higher number of children per household in this part of the city!).

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Communities in the City of Mississauga