Cooksville Mississauga Neighbourhood 

Cooksville is an older area in Mississauga, it was named after Jacob Cook. The Cooksville neighbourhood is very well situated, located at the intersection of Dundas St. and Hurontario St. Cooksville is just minutes away from the Square One area. Cooksville has excellent transportation connectivity and is preferred by buyers, renters and newcomers.

Public Transportation 
Cooksville residents benefit from the well connected public transportation, proximity to major highways and Cooksville GO Station. The Cooksville GO Station can be used by residents to travel to the Milton GO Station or the Union Station in Downtown Toronto. 

Click terminal and station maps to view schedules, terminals, timings, bus stop locations and GO stations.

Cooksville Schools

Public Schools Cooksville:
Floradale Public School 905 275-1090 
Queen Elizabeth Sr. 905 278-7287 
TL Kennedy Secondary School 905 279-6540 

Catholic Schools Cooksville:
Father Daniel Zanon 905 279-3722
Father Michael Goetz Secondary 905 277-0326

To learn more visit top Mississauga schools on this website. 

Kindly call the Peel District School Board at 905-890-1010 (or 1-800-668-1146) ext. 2212 OR the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board at 905-890-0708 ext. 24440 OR the respective schools directly to ensure the property address you are considering falls in their boundary map.

Homes in Cooksville
As mentioned, Cooksville is an older area in Mississauga. Homes in Cooksville were built as early as 1960 and some being built in the early 2000's. Cooksville offers townhomes, detached homes, semi-detached homes, condo-townhomes and condo apartments. The Cooksville area due to the affordability is a great option for newcomers and first time buyers

Hillcrest condos is a very popular highrise condo building in Cooksville, which is adjacent to Cooksville GO Station and minutes away from the Square One area. 

Things to do in Cooksville
Cooksville residents can enjoy various parks for picnics, walks and jogs located throughout the neighbourhood. Some include: Cooksville Park, Ashwood Park, Cliff Park, Lummis Park and more. Cooksville is also minutes away from the Square One area (Square One Shopping Mall, entertainment, restaurants, parks and more). 

Cooksville Library opened in 2004, it is located on the intersection of Dundas Street East and Hurontario Street.  The library has various programs and services which is great for children and families. Also a 24-hour book drop, which is convenient for readers. To learn more about transit routes to the library, parking and information click Cooksville Library.

Neighbourhoods near Cooksville
City Centre, Port Credit, Lakeview

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