Humber Valleys is among the most affluent part of the former city of Etobicoke with it's demographics being upper middle-income family oriented. It is considered on par with the exclusive neighbourhoods that developed along Avenue Road, Yonge Street, between Bloor Street and Highway401. 

The boundaries of Humber Valley are from Dundas Street on the south to Islington Avenue to the west, Eglinton Avenue to the north, and the Humber River in the east.

Notable Amenities in Humber Valley are:

1. Schools: Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, Kingsley Primary School, Leonardo Da Vinci Academy 

2. Restaurants: Magoo's Gourmet Hamburgers and Ice Cream, Trattoria Leonardo, Ma Maison specialty bakeries and dessert, Lenny's Panini and Pizza

3. Lifestyle and Recreations: Humbertown Shopping Centre,St. George's Golf and Country Club which is rated as one of the five best golf courses in Canada, James Garden, Humber Valley Park, off-street cycling on the south side of Eglinton Avenue connecting to Humber River Vally Trails and Martin Goodman Trail on Toronto's waterfront.

GettingTo Humber Valley By Public Transit:  

Bus numbers 32 and 307 runs along Eglinton Avenue, 73 along Royal York Rd, 37 and 311 along Islington Avenue, 48 and 30 running through the neighbourhood center along Anglesey Blvd Dundas St respectively.