Cooksville, named after Jacob Cook, is located at the intersection of Dundas St. and Hurontario St. It is bordered by Mavis Road and Cawthra Road to the west and east respectively. The Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) lies to the south while the Cooksville GO Station Rail borders the north of Cooksville
SCHOOLS IN COOKSVILLE
Cooksville contains numerous public, private, as well as Catholic schools. Catholic elementary and middle schools include Mary Fix Catholic School, Father Daniel Zanon and St. Timothy Catholic School. Public schools include Cashmere Avenue Public School, Floradale Public School, Clifton Public School, Munden Park Public School, Corsair Public School and Camilla Road Senior Public School.
High schools within the Cooksville region include T.L. Kennedy Public Secondary School and Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School. Cooksville also includes private high schools like Beaconhouse International College and Bronte College which also offers Advanced Placements courses.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN COOKSVILLE
Cooksville homes are very well-connected with Mississauga and the rest of the GTA. The Mississauga Transit runs through Cooksville, makes frequent stops, and has flexible bus timings. The Cooksville GO station provides convenient bus and train transportation up to the Milton GO station (going westwards) and up to Union Station in Downtown Toronto (going eastwards). Cookville homes and condos are always in high demand because of excellent public transit and connectivity to Downtown Toronto.
NATURE IN COOKSVILLE
Cookville homes and condo dwellers can enjoy a casual stroll, go dog-walking, and jogging by the various parks in Cooksville. Some major parks include the Cooksville Park, Cliff Park, Ashwood Park, Mohawk Park, R. Jones Park, Iroquois Park, Lummis Park, Floradale Park, Stillmeadow Park and Camilla Park.
COOKSVILLE LIBRARY & TRILLIUM HEALTH CENTRE (MISSISSAUGA BRANCH)
The Cooksville Library, located on Hurontario Street, is a public library that offers a variety of programs and services for all ages. They conduct ‘Story-time’ for pre-school kids, incorporate French programs, assist newcomers through the Newcomer Centre of Peel, and conduct Youth Camps, talent shows, and beach parties in the summer.
Cooksville homes are close to Trillium Health Centre on 100 Queensway West, which is to the south of Cooksville. This hospital comprises of a 24-hour emergency department, which is the largest in Canada. The Cooksville Care Centre, located right opposite Trillium Health Centre, provides long-term care and support facilities as well as retirement services for individuals.
TYPES OF HOMES AND THEIR AGE IN COOKSVILLE
Home in Cooksville were built as early as the 1960’s and as recent as the 2000’s. A majority of the homes in Cooksville are apartments in buildings that have five or more storeys and single-detached houses. A wide variety of semi-detached houses and town-houses can also be found in Cooksville.
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