What was once designated as land that was created for industrial use only (Employment lands), is now being turn into a residential hub. The Queen Elizabeth neighbourhood is the area within Oakville that runs from east to west, with the QEW highway present all through the middle. Recently, approval was given for the development of high-rise condominiums, along with a loft community. All of which will be built around the Kerr Street and Speers Road area.
There is a great deal of advantages that the Queen Elizabeth community can take part of. Located near the Queen Elizabeth Park Community Centre, young and growing families will enjoy this area thanks to the many recreational events, activities, and programs that are run throughout the year. Schools are also close to the area, allowing for easy school pick-ups and drop offs. Residents will be rather close to the downtown Oakville area, where unique boutique shops, cafes, and restaurants are a plenty. Plus, this location is absolutely perfect for commuters given the close proximity to the QEW, as well as the expansion of the Oakville GO station. It is safe to say that residing in this area will many any Toronto commute efficient and easy!
Over 8 schools are located conveniently in this community, giving families a great deal of options to choose from. Schools are from both the Catholic and the public-school board, and many offer the French Immersion program.
Our Lady of Peace Elementary (JK – Grade 8)
St. John Elementary (JK – Grade 8)
St. Andrew Elementary (JK – Grade 8)
Posts Corners Elementary (JK – Grade 8)
River Oaks Elementary (JK – Grade 8)
Sunningdale Elementary (Grades 1 – 8, inclusive of French Immersion)
St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary (Grades 5 – 8, inclusive of French Immersion)
Holy Trinity Secondary School (Grades 9 – 12, inclusive of French Immersion)
White Oaks Secondary School (Grades 9 – 12, inclusive of French Immersion)