History

The Villages of Heart Lake is a quaint community at the north west tip Brampton. Named after the conservation area that sits between Sandalwood Pkwy., Heart Lake Rd, and Mayfield Rd., that many a farm family would enjoy back in the day, and officially opened as conservation area in 1957. Originating in the early 1970′s, the community of Heart Lake started to sprout from the intersection of Kennedy Rd., and Sandalwood Pkwy., (Then, a two way street.) As new families started seeing the benefits to their health and activity, Heart Lake began to grow into what it is today. A much loved, quiet community, bordering on the countryside, yet close to everything life has to offer.

If you are looking for a vibrant, friendly place to live, then there is no better choice than the Village of Heart Lake, within Canada’s “Flower City” of Brampton. With Brampton being one of the most beautiful cities to live in, it is also one of the fastest growing and safest in Ontario. Home to many amenities for everyone to enjoy, including art, music, culture, nature, shopping, entertainment and sports, Heart Lake is situated on the border of the country, with quick access to the City of Toronto and surrounding areas via the 410 Highway, which intersects with Highways 401, 403, and the 407.

Heart Lake Conservation Area is the largest natural greenspace in the City of Brampton. It is managed by the Toronto & Region Conservation Authority.