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Vaughan, ON

Looking for clean and secure storage units in Vaughan, ON? SmartStop Self Storage has convenient locations and storage options near Sonoma Heights, Vellore, Maple, and Kleinburg.

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Moving to Vaughan, ON

Living in Vaughan, ON

Vaughan is a city in the Toronto Metropolitan Area, located about 42 kilometres north of Toronto. With a population of more than 320,000, it is a community-centred destination that boasts some of area’s (and nation’s) biggest attractions, including Canada’s biggest amusement park, largest reflector telescope, and a bustling mix of entertainment and shopping centres that cater to a variety of ages and lifestyles. With its close proximity to Toronto, it’s no wonder that Vaughan’s population has grown by nearly 75% since 2001, with many of its residents comprising families with two or more children.

What’s the Cost of Living in Vaughan? 

The cost of living in Vaughan is about 15% lower than the national average, but about 4% higher than the Ontario average.

  • Median Salary in Vaughan: $58,000
  • Median Home Sale Price: $1,200,000
  • Average Rent (monthly): $2,100
  • Average Utilities (monthly): $219
  • Cost of Living in Vaughan vs. Toronto: 6.74% lower
  • Cost of Living in Vaughan vs. Vancouver: 15% lower

What Are the Best Neighbourhoods in Vaughan? 

The city of Vaughan comprises nearly 10 neighbourhoods, with a range of options for residents of all ages and lifestyles. These are among the most popular neighbourhoods in Vaughan.

  • Sonoma Heights. Located near the western border of Vaughan, Sonoma Heights is a family-friendly neighbourhood with great schools, a tight-knit sense of community, and plenty of nearby parks.  
  • Vellore Village. This newer neighbourhood, located in the heart of Vaughan, boasts picturesque homes, a stunning library and community centre, and amenities that cater to families.
  • Maple. Though rich in green space and its namesake maple trees, the neighbourhood of Maple is a vibrant commercial and entertainment hub within Vaughan, and calls its home to City Hall, Canada’s Wonderland, and an array of restaurants and retailers.
  • Kleinburg. Walk through this Vaughan neighourhood and you’ll see a mix of gorgeous heritage homes from the 19th century as well as modern estates. Though its residents tend to be affluent, Kleinburg is home to a number of citywide events and spaces, including the McMichael Art Gallery, Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, and the Binder Twine Festival.

Regardless of which neighbourhood you decide to move to, SmartStop Self Storage offers storage units in Vaughan within 10 kilometres of Sonoma Heights, Vellore, Maple, and Kleinburg to suit all your storage needs, including covered RV/auto/boat storage as well as climate-controlled units to protect your belongings throughout the year.

What Are Iconic Things to Do in Vaughan? 

Vaughan offers a variety of activities and experiences all year long. From parks and ranches to historic properties, these are some of the top things to do in Vaughan.

  • Canada’s Wonderland. Located in Maple, Canada’s Wonderland was the country’s first (and is still its biggest) amusement park. At 134 hectares, it boasts 17 roller coasters and an 8-hectare water park, Splash Works.
  • McMichael Canadian Art Collection. This intimate art gallery features an exciting rotation of exhibitions from global artists — including the renowned Group of Seven painter Tom Thomson. The surrounding forest, which is open to the public, contains sculptures, the historic Tom Thomson Shack, and serene trails. 
  • Kortright Centre for Conservation. This conservation area in Vaughan occupies hundreds of hectares of land, where visitors can participate in activities ranging from bird-watching and horseback riding as well as environmental programs.
  • David Dunlap Observatory. Home to Canada’s largest reflector telescope, the David Dunlap Observatory is a sprawling estate that offers enriching talks, exhibits, and tours for astronomy lovers. It’s also an unbeatable location for stargazing.

Moving to Vaughan: Resources and Checklists

Other Cities in the Toronto Metropolitan Area

SmartStop Self Storage has more than 157 facilities across 118 cities in the U.S. and Canada combined. If you live outside of the Vaughan area, take a look at all our storage facilities in the Toronto Metropolitan Area to see if there’s a location closer to your neighbourhood.

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