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    Kevin M. Beer

    Sales Representative

    RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd, Brokerage, Toronto


    In 1905, The Town of Mimico began as a Police Village.    It was granted some Independence from the township of Etobicoke.

    In the early 19th century, Mimico began developing.  Recreational homes were built by families like the Loblaws and there are many stately homes that remain from this period. In addition there are lovely cottage style  bungalows and two-storey homes which sit on generously sized lots.

    Home to beautiful parkland and lakeside trails, you’ll spot joggers, dog-walkers, cyclists, and families out for a stroll in this little commuter village by the lakeside. The neighbours watch out for each other’s kids at tiny waterside parkettes fount at the end of some streets.

    In the 90's, new home developments and condos started to replace local industry the area’s seen a huge upswing in popularity.

    Local Trivia

    Home to the Historical grounds of  what was originally Mimico Branch Asylum, the film ‘Police Academy’ was shot on location here.


    Mimico is bounded by Evans Avenue, Algoma Street and Manitoba Street to the north. Lake Ontario is the south boundary.  A line divides midway between Fleeceline Road and Louisa Street to the East.

     The western boundary runs along a line through Dwight Ave (which is south of the railway) and St. George Street (which is north of the railway)

    Home to - Lakeshore, Mimico Beach

    Electoral Districts are Etobicoke Lakeshore

    Neighbourhood - Mimico

    BIA’s -  Mimico by the Lake BIA and Mimico Village BIA

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