About Mimico

Where people are proud of their past and confident about their future

Historic Town of Mimico - 1856

Historic Town of Mimico – 1856

Mimico’s scenic lakefront, its turn-of-the-20th century homes, Vimy Ridge Park, the stately mansions on Lake Shore, and the soon-to-be restored train station all tell the tale of a deeply-rooted history, of a town that evolved from a little sawmill settlement at the mouth of Mimico Creek to the gateway to Toronto’s west-end, waterfront neighbourhoods, and a place where work and play matter equally.

Mimico is a vibrant community where people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and occupations have chosen to live together and call home. Mimico has all the advantages of small-town Ontario – recreational facilities and a good hockey program, neighbourhood grocers and trendy boutiques and eateries – all the while being a short commute from downtown Toronto. Its traditions and its unique atmosphere give Mimico a flavour of its own, different from any other place in the City.

The Metropolitan Toronto Region Conservation Authority has established two wetland habitats in the area – Humber Bay Park and Mimico Linear Park, as well as ponds for model boats and fly casting. Mimico and the surrounding are home to many events each year including Party in the Park, the Mimico Tulip Festival, Mimico Pumpkin Parade, Mimico Tree Lighting Festival, and the Lake Shore Santa Claus Parade – all opportunities for the residents of Mimico to show their community spirit. These events attract thousands of participants each year.

Friendly hospitality, community spirit, commerce, the sparkling waters of Lake Ontario, the old and the new, all come together to provide residents, businesses and visitors with treasured amenities and comfortable surroundings.