Neighbourhood

Oakwood Village BIA is located just above the Toronto cityscape in the former Township of York.  Oakwood Avenue businesses have served the neighbourhood since the 1920s.  Displaying a combination of old world charm and urban style, Oakwood Avenue forms part of network of city streets influenced by natural geography, ancient trail routes, and urbanisation.

The commercial district runs along Oakwood Ave, between Charles Breton Park and Bude Street, with adjacent Vaughan Rd businesses.

We are part of both Ward 9, on the South and Ward 12 on the North. We are easily accessible by every mode of transportation. We are <10 min walk along Oakwood coming from either St Clair Ave W or Eglinton Avenue W.

For those visiting the midtown west-end, plan a hike though Cedarvale Park and work you way up this side before you head home.

How to get here


Cycling

There is a network of Cycling and Active Transportation routes in the area. To help navigate, keep a look out for Rogers Road, Oakwood Avenue, Vaughan Road.

Bike Share

Our neighbourhoods is part of the Bike Share network with 3 stations located in our footprint. Find your bike here – https://bikesharetoronto.com/system-map.


TTC

  • 63/63A Ossington bus travels along Oakwood Ave from Ossington Station and Eglinton West station;
  • 161 Rogers Road bus from Ossington Station
  • 90 Vaughan Rd bus from St Clair West

Driving

There is on-street and side street parking in the neighbourhood. There are also 2 Green P public parking lots, one south of Rogers behind the library, one north of Rogers Rd on the west side and private parking at the Beer Store north of Vaughan Rd.