Located on one of the highest topographical plains in the City of Toronto, Mount Dennis is a culturally diverse neighbourhood surrounded by ravine and parklands. Houses and real estate in this neighbourhhod is represented by a randge of different styles of home from the late 1800's to the 1960's. Although now, some of the original houses are being replaced by newer custom designed homes.

This neighbourhood is bordered by the Smythe Park on the South, Humber Blvd N and the railway tracks on the East, Denison Road W on the North and the Humber River on the West.

Notable Amenities at Mount Dennis:

1. Schools and Education:  Portage Trail Community Junior School, York Humber High School, Bala Avenue Community School, Roselands Junior Public School, Cordella Junior Public School, Frank Oke Secondary School, Our Lady of Victory Elementary, Archbishop Romero Secondary

2. Food and Restaurants: New Orleans Seafood & SteakhousePho Asia 39Fish Palace RestaurantSupercoffeeIsland Breeze Restaurant

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The primary shopping district at Mount Dennis is a stretch of stores located on Weston Road which has recently been designated as a business improvement area with plans underway to develop special events and festivals with the emphasis on celebrating the various multicultural communities in this neighbourhood.

Mount Dennis is rich in parkland such as the Jasper Park, Noble Park, Westlake Memorial Park. In addition, greenspaces like the Eglinton Flat and the Scarlette Woods Golf Course offer a wide variety of recreational activities for all ages.

Getting to Mount Dennis by Public Transportation:

89 on Weston Road - 35, 195, 313 on Jane Street - 71 on Ray Avenue - 161 on Alliance Avenue and various smaller streets - 79 on Scarlette Road