Coates is a community that is close to major travel arteries, shopping, parks and great living spaces and options!

Coates neighbourhood is located at the Southwest corner of Thompson and Derry Roads. Coates neighbourhood has been known for its “inviting community feel”. Errands are a breeze with Walmart and the Real Canadian Superstore close by. There are several large parks, splash pads, bike lanes and walking paths that really bring Coates community together.

There are four large plaza areas in (or just outside of) the Coates community. With shops like Metro, Food Basics, Shoppers Drug Mart, Real Canadian Superstore, Dollar Stores, banks, and even dry cleaners being close to home – Coates community showcases convenience. Nearby restaurants such as Symposium, pizza places, Ned Devines Irish Pub, Rad Brothers, Starbucks and even Tim Hortons make date night a breeze – the only hard decision is which place to choose.

To learn more about Coates and the amenities that make this such a wonderful Milton community please contact me.

Schools In The Neighbourhood!

There are many schools located in and servicing the children in the Coates community.

Tiger Jeet Singh Public School is located at 650 Yates Drive. Children from the Coates community that attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Tiger Jeet Singh Public School is part of the Halton District School Board. This school has just over 1100 students and has been open since 2010. Tiger Jeet Singh Public School is the first school in Canada to be named after a person of South Asian descent. Tiger Jeet Singh is a world record holding former professional wrestler and has served Canada and the World as a non-governmental trade ambassador to the United Nations. He continues to serve as the world-wide economic development ambassador to the Town of Milton where he currently is still living and has lived for more the half his life. Tiger was honoured by the Town of Milton in 2007 as one of its first inductees into the Town of Milton Walk of Fame. From a community level he is known for being a role model for humanity around the world, being a humble man from humble beginnings who worked hard and achieved success; he now advocates to parents and children on topics such as drugs and alcohol awareness, importance of staying in school and the need to be physically fit. He has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars both in his homeland and locally. These donations have been monies directed into water and sewer infrastructure, hospitals, educational facilities and even the basic needs for life.

Servicing students from grades 9 to 12 would be the Craig Kielburger Secondary School. This school offers a wide range of programs to suit a diverse group of students. From academic courses, to arts and French Immersion, technical skills courses as well as life skills, there is something at CKSS for all of its learners. This secondary school was named after the founder of the WE Charity formally Free the Children Craig Kielburger who started this organization at the age of only 12 in 1995.

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Elementary School is located at 709 Bolingbroke Drive. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Elementary school is a part of the Halton Catholic District School Board. This school opened in 2009 and is a part of the Jean Vanier Catholic School family.

The Town of Milton has a Catholic High School that is located in the Willmott Community that services Catholic Secondary students in the Coates neighbourhood. Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School is located at 1145 Bronte Street South. Jean Vanier was opened in September 2013 and offers grades 9 through 12. The school was named after Jean Vanier who was born September 10, 1928; a Canadian philosopher/humanitarian and the founder of L’Arche – which is an international federation of group homes for people with developmental disabilities and those who assist them.


Coates Neighbourhood has several large parks and splash pads with walking paths and bike lanes running throughout bringing this community together!

There are many parks in the Coates Community. Burling Park, Maquire Park, Winn Park, and Linear Park are just a few that offer amazing playground structures, swings, accessible swings, walking paths as well as picnic shelters.

Coates Neighbourhood Park is a 5.3 Hectare park that features two junior soccer pitches, a gigantic play structure, multi-use court space – basketball courts, lit pathways, large parking lot and beautifully naturalized areas. It is actually made up of two parks with connecting paths – the north and south. These parks also feature splash pads and picnic areas – great for the summer and picnic days to the park.

Bristol District Park is located at 920 Kennedy Circle. This park has basketball courts, picnic covered shelters, soccer/sports fields with seating, play structures and swings. This park also has a splash pad located there – also making it a wonderful community park with something for everyone to enjoy.

Check out the Milton Community Connections Map to see more about these parks and others in Milton.


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