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Map and Geography of Woodbridge



Woodbridge has no political boundaries but is commonly viewed lying between Hyw 50 or Hyw 27 to the west, Steeles Ave W to the south, Hwy 400 to the east, and Major Mackenzie Drive to the north. However, with new subdivisions being built north of Major Mackenzie between Pine Valley Dr and Hwy 400, will most likely extend the popularly accepted northeast boundary to Teston Rd.


It comprises up of many smaller neighbourhoods with the city.


Situated in hilly terrain of the Humber Valley River, Woodbridge rests at an average elevation of 200 metres between Highway 27 and Pine Valley Drive. The terrain can be described as a series of rolling hills and valleys requiring plenty of planning when road construction projects are initiated. There are numerous valley intersections that demonstrate the geography of the area, notably Highway 7 and Islington and Highway 27 and Rutherford.


The area was mainly farmland before the onset of sub-urbanization in the 1970s, but the residential communities are interspersed with forests along the Humber River and its eastern branch. Today, much of the area is residential with commercial and industrial properties to the south, close to the border with the City of Toronto and to the east near Pine Valley Drive.*


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