Erin Mills is an integrated residential, industrial and commercial community, with commercial uses concentrated in the centre and industrial uses on the boundary. It is the most populated, though not in terms of population density, areas in Mississauga. The area is also the largest geographically in Mississauga, taking up most of the western section of the suburb.
Erin Mills is a fast growing community and houses over 100,000 people. It has always been a destination for newly married couples and new families because it offers affordable houses close to the City of Toronto.
Erin Mills is located along the west side of the Credit River in Mississauga and hosts several valleys and watercourses that spring from the waterway. There are a lot of walking paths along the watercourses that follow paths that our forefathers once walked themselves.
All Saints Catholic School, Artesian Drive Public School, Ashgrove Public School, Blesses Trinity Catholic School, Brookmede Public School, Credit Valley Public School, Aerin Mills Middle School, Erindale Secondary School, Loyola Catholic Secondary School, Pheasant Run Public School, Sawmill Valley Public School, Seridan Park Public School, Sherwood Heights School, Springfield Public School, St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secodary School, St. Francis Of Assisi Separate School, St. Mark Separate School and St. Sebastian Catholic Elementary School.
Erin Mills is served by the Mississauga Transit, Oakville Transit and a commuter bus serviced through GO Transit. Erin Mills Parkway run north-south. Highway 403 intersects the area west-east and serves as the main highway route to access the remainder of the GTA.