East York of Toronto, Ontario is a former administrative district and municipality. Officially, East York was the Borough of East York from 1967 to 1998, after which the area became part of Metropolitan Toronto. Locals still refer to it as East York.
East York is located near the mouth of the Don River. The municipality is bordered to the east by Scarborough, to the west by Old Toronto, and to the north by North York. East York is located north of Danforth Avenue between Victoria Park Avenue and the Don River.
Don Valley Pkwy is a major road that runs through East York. With Don Mills Rd being the only exit into East York. To drive from the northwest most tip of East York to the most southeast point you would need to take Bayview Ave, turning on to Eglinton Ave E until you reach Laird Dr. Laird Dr merges into Millwood Rd. Follow this road until it merges into Donlands Ave. Follow this road until you hit O’Connor Dr. Follow O’Connor Dr to Woodbine Ave and take Woodbine Ave until you reach Danforth Ave. Follow Danforth Ave until you get to Victoria Park Ave at Danforth Ave.
Neighbourhoods of East York
Broadview North, Crescent Town, East Danforth, Pape Village, Woodbine Heights, Bermondsey, Governor’s Bridge, Leaside, O’Connor–Parkview and Thorncliffe Park.
East York Coordinates: 43°41′28.68″N 79°19′40.08″W