Vaughan has been growing as a community with the number of houses that have been built in the past 15 years. During that time, not only have new homes and jobs been developed. New Public Libraries, Community Centers, Parks, Schools, Restaurants, Shopping Malls and much more has also been created for the enjoyment of Vaughan residents.
VAUGHAN PUBLIC LIBRARIES - Dozens of libraries are spread accross the city and open to families and kids as a place to study, to read books and borrow materials to help in school. Search for a library in the list above.
VAUGHAN TRANSPORTATION - Vaughan has become easily accessible by three major highways and will soon be the only community outside Toronto to have its own Subway stop at the Hwy 7 Vaughan Metropolitan Center. There are GO Transit stops found at Hwy 400 & Major Mackenzie ( GO Bus) and at Keele & Rutherford ( GO Train to Downtown Union Station )
VAUGHAN SHOPPING - Vaughan Mills Mall is arguably the most famous shopping center in the area with Promenade Mall a close second. There are several WalMart locations, Costco, Home Depot, RONA and strip malls with grocery stores.
COMMUNITY CENTERS - Families can enjoy the activities and programs at over six community centers in the area with Swimming Pools, Gyms, Theatre stages and community programs to learn, exercise and have fun.
PARKS & RECREATION - Along side most community centers you'll find Soccer fields, Skate board parks, Basketball and Tennis courts plus Swimming Pools and much more for Kids young and old.
Everywhere in Vaughan , you'll find something to do