Woodbridge is a large suburbian community home to a large Canadian Italian population. This neighbourhood is regarded as one of the most affluent areas to live in the Greater Toronto Area. 

West Woodbridge is bounded by Steeles Avenue on the South, Martin Grove Road, Hwy 7, Hwy 27, Langstaff Rd and The Humber River on the East, Major Mackenzie Drive on the North, and Hwy 50 on the West.

Notable Amenities at West Woodbridge are:

1. Schools: There is an extensive list of Public Schools in the Woodbridge area. Schools in the vacinity of West Woodbridge include: Lorna Jackson Public School, Elder's Mill Public School, Maple Leaf Montessori Schools

2. Restaurants: A very popular spot for lunch in the neighbourhood is Osteria Berto Gourmet Wraps featuring great wraps and service. Also try Polka dot Cow Cafe for some excellent sweets

3. Lifestyle and Recreations: 

The Market Lane Shopping Centre is an outdoor centre with great shops and restaurants and a small town charm featuring a clock tower.

The Woodbridge Pool & Memorial Arena offers a myriad of skating, hockey and swimming programs for all levels and ages. For soccer enthusiasts, Vaughan Grove Sports Park is the home of the Ontario Soccer Centre.

Woodbridge also has two private members only golf clubs which are The Board Of Trade Golf & Country Club and The National Golf Club Of Canada.

Getting To West Woodbridge by Public Transit:    

YRT bus routes running along or through this neighbourhood include: 4, 4A, and 25 along Major Mackenzie - 7 along Martin Grove -  16 along 16th Avenue - 18 and 303 along Bur Oak Ave - 77 along Hwy 7 - 85 ad 85C along Rutherford