Welcome to Port Credit, commonly referred to as Mississauga’s “Village on the Lake”, Mississauga’s top cultural entertainment hub for shopping events, music and world class dining on the waterfront, and award-winning festivals and events.

Port Credit has maintained its historical charm with cosmopolitan flair and this  is evident when you stroll along Port Credit’s charming streets. This beautiful community offers something for everyone, with a wide array of restaurants, unique shops, services and cafes, all within easy walking distance from each other.

The Busker Fest, a Canada celebrations event includes an Art Show along the waterfront, and Farmer’s Market… all making Port Credit an exciting and vibrant community. Port Credit’s distinctive red and white working lighthouse, can be seen for miles, anchors the harbor on Lake Ontario, welcoming everyone who approaches, to the oldest settlements in Ontario to the nautical theme of Port Credit village. Port Credit is an international border entry point into Canada by water.

Port Credit has preserved its nautical character due to the number of preserved residential and commercial buildings dating back from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These building were built by, and for those who made a living on the water. This area is known as “Old Port Credit Village” and has been designated as an Ontario Heritage conservation district.

Some of the festival and events hosted by Port Credit are:

The Waterfront Festival which occurs at the end of June
The Port Credit In-Water Boat Show, Ontario’s largest in-water boat show, held annually in August at the Port Credit Harbor Marina.
South-side Shuffle, an annual three day Blues and Jazz festival held in September
Port Credit’s Busker Fest held in August


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Elementary Schools

Cashmere Avenue Public School       (K-6) B,A     2455 Cashmere Avenue     905-276-4434

Floradale Public School                       (K-6) B,A    210 Paisley Boulevard West 905-275-1090 

Forest Avenue                                      (K-6) B,       20 Forest Avenue                905-278-2472

Kenollie Public School                         (K-6) B,A     1376 Glenwood Drive         905-278-8991

Mineola Pubic School                         (K-6 + FI 1-6) B,L,A 145 Windy Oaks Drive 905-278-3144 

Queen Elizabeth Public School           (7-8)             30 John Street North         905-274-1515

Secondary Schools

Port Credit Secondary School             (9-12)            70 Mineola Rd. W.               905-278-3382

Catholic Schools

Mary Fix                                                (JK-8)            486 Paisley Boulevard E.      905-270-3140

St. Catherine of Siena                           (JK-8)            2350 Hurontario Street        905-277-2448

St. James Catholic Global L.C.              (JK-6)           98 Wanita Road                    905-890-0708

St. Jerome                                             (JK-8)           790 Paisley Boulevard W       905-273-3836

St. Luke Elementary                               (JK-8)           1280 Cobalt Street                905-274-2760

St. Timothy Elementary                         (JK-8)           2214 Cliff Road                      905-277-0990

Public Transportation

Port Credit GO Station is a train and bus station that serves as the origin, destination or transfer point for trips surrounding the Port Credit area. Similarly, commuting through the use of public buses is a simple and effective way of getting around  Nature.

Port Credit is known for its close proximity to Lake Ontario. The most significant scenic regions bordering the lake are the Credit Village Marina, Port Credit Harbour Marina and the Mississauga Sailing Club. Similarly, several parks including St. Lawrence Park, Tall Oak Park, Hiawatha Park and McMillan Park, all border Lake Ontario. Credit River runs directly in between Port Credit and Lorne Park and borders Kenollie Creek.

Things to do in Port Credit

The Port Credit Arena offers a large skating rink where residents of all age groups can play hockey or simply leisurely skate. Neighbouring the Arena are the Don Rowing Club and Canoe Club which involves venturing into the outdoors with an intimate group and braving the waters, as well as relaxed indoor activities. Similarly, one can find numerous clubs and parks that involve sailing, yachting, fishing and even pleasant lake cruises.

Types of homes and their age in Port Credit

Port Credit's timely old fashioned homes accommodate many needs. With such an intimate historic background, it's hard not to feel like one with the city. Residential areas date back from the 1960s to the early 2000s and include a variety of housing areas including townhouses, single homes, apartment blocks, condos and even beachside bungalows.

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