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Alton, or Alton Village, is a newer neighbourhood in north Burlington. Homes are a mix of detached, townhomes, and condominiums, and residents enjoy easy access to commuter highways.

Alton

Located in east Burlington, Appleby is a primarily residential neighbourhood situated close to Lake Ontario. Residents enjoy quick access to major roadways including the QEW.

Appleby

Located on the shore of Burlington Bay of Lake Ontario, Bayview is a mainly residential neighbourhood surrounded by parks and greenspace.

Bayview

Brants Hills is a primarily residential area located in north Burlington. Brant Street, Dundas and Guelph Line roadways are easily accessible from Brant Hills.

Brant Hills

Bronte Creek is the Burlington part of the Bronte Creek Provincial Park.

Bronte Creek

Freeman is a mixed residential and commercial neighbourhood in central Burlington. Residents enjoy easy access to the Queen Elizabeth Way and the GO Transit commuter rail service.

Freeman

Grindstone is a mostly rural area in the west end of Burlington, containing parkland, acreages, undeveloped land, and some new developments.

Grindstone

Headon, also known as Headon Forest, is located in north Burlington and contains primarily single family detached homes on large lots. Residents enjoy quick access to major roadways including the QEW.

Headon

Industrial Burlington is located along the QEW in central Burlington.

Industrial Burlington

LaSalle, also known as Aldershot, is a community in the west end of Burlington, Ontario. Located on the shore of Burlington Bay of Lake Ontario, it is a former unincorporated village that was previously a part of East Flamborough Township until it was annexed by the city of Burlington in 1962. There are numerous beautiful parks and trails in addition to the Burlington Golf and Country Club.

LaSalle