Vaughan is one of the fastest-growing cities in Ontario

Welcome to Vaughan

The type of city in which you want to plant roots.


With a population of 307,000 residents, Vaughan is one of the fastest-growing cities in Ontario. Vaughan comprises five separate communities: Woodbridge, Maple, Thornhill, Concord, and Kleinburg. Though each community has distinct qualities, they all have a strong sense of community, close access to nature, and excellent schools.

Vaughan was officially incorporated as a city in 1991, making it the first city in the York Region. Currently, a downtown area is being renovated to include transit mobility, green spaces and parks, office and condo towers, pedestrian links, retail, and entertainment.

The styles of homes vary from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. In Kleinburg, you’ll find a mix of heritage homes built during the 19th century and recently developed estates, while Weston Downs has detached homes on large lots, and Maple features magnificent homes. These are just a few examples of the homes you will find in Vaughan’s various communities.

What to Love

  • Creating memories at Canada’s Wonderland
  • Fine dining at Avenue Kleinburg
  • Learning history at Black Creek Pioneer Village

People and Lifestyle

Each community has a unique feel and atmosphere, making them appealing to individuals from different walks of life. East Woodbridge attracts young families and individuals looking to settle down—over 90 percent of East Woodbridge residents live in properties they own. Sonoma Heights is located on the western side of Vaughan and is filled with young families. Kleinburg is an upscale and elite neighbourhood that is home to many prominent figures. Old Maple is known for its historical homes, making it the perfect option for history enthusiasts.

Whether you’re a young professional looking to start a family or an affluent entrepreneur in search of a suburban home, there are many Vaughan neighbourhoods that can be your perfect fit. However, Vaughan’s greatest aspect is its sense of community. Its public parks and easy access to nature are some of its most appealing qualities.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

If you’re looking for a refined evening out, visit Avenue Kleinburg. Since opening their doors in 2009, this exquisite Italian restaurant offers woodfired pizza, authentic dishes, and a unique wine list. For a more relaxed dining experience, try Truly Thai Cuisine.

For shopping, head over to Vaughan Mills. Over 13 million people visit this expansive shopping centre each year. Here, you can explore over 200 retail shops and more than 35 places to eat. If this mall sounds a bit too overwhelming—no worries. Visit Promenade to browse through their wide selection of shops.

For a fun family day out, visit Canada’s Wonderland. This 133-hectare amusement park has over 200 attractions, including games, shows, and rides. Canada’s Wonderland is split into six different areas, including an expansive waterpark and an area designed for children. Thrill-seekers will love their 15 exciting roller coasters—including The Leviathan, which has a 93-metre drop.

Things To Do

Visit the Kortright Centre for Conservation to enjoy a day in the sunshine. This 325-hectare suburban conservation—located in the heart of Vaughan—sees over 100,000 visitors a year. Go horseback riding, bird watching, or hiking through the woodlands. Keep an eye out for their family events as well as weekend children’s programs and sustainability tours. Likewise, the Copper Creek Golf Club is perfect for those who prefer a more reserved outdoor excursion.

Step back in time and learn about history at the Black Creek Pioneer Village, an open-air heritage museum where you can tour the village and watch a historical reenactment. This informative experience recreates life in the 19th-century with a blacksmith, a schoolhouse, a mill, a general store, and a church, among other buildings. Appreciate the art at the McMichael Art Gallery, which features an exquisite collection of Canadian art.

Kleinburg has an abundance of events, including the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Canada Day, and the yearly Binder Twine Festival. This festival takes place in the autumn with music, crafts, old-time games, and children’s activities.


Vaughan is home to several top educational institutions, including:

  • Michael Cranny Public School, K-8
  • Herbert H. Carnegie Public School, PK-8
  • St. Gregory the Great Catholic Academy, K-8, Catholic


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