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Argyle is a large neighbourhood on the east side of London encompassing several smaller neighbourhoods. Dundas Street is the main commercial and transit corridor, with Argyle Mall at Clarke Road serving as the commercial hub.  The residential areas were generally built post WWII, and include single detached homes, townhouses, and three story walk-ups.  


The major park in Argyle is Kiwanis Park, which runs along Pottersburg Creek from Trafalgar Street to just south of Dundas Street. Kiwanis Park includes a skateboard park, spray pad, play equipment, sports fields and lots of walking trails.  Another park on Wavell Street is East Lions, this is the future home of the East Community Centre (indoor pool, gym, community centre and artisans centre), set to open in late 2019.  Further up the street is Argyle Arena, behind Clark Rd. Secondary School.  Family Centre Argyle is located at 1990 Royal Cresent in Lord Nelson Public School, where families can access services that they are looking for in London.  The Pottersburg-FIDO Off-leash Area is located at the southern end of the neighbourhood near the river.


Other neighbourhoods in Argyle include Pottersburg, Nelson Park, Trafalgar Heights and the Hale Street District.


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Argyle Community Association

The Argyle Community Association (ACA) represents the common interests of the residents of the Argyle area.  They promote the wellbeing of the community and the city of London, and protect and improve the quality of life in the neighbourhood.



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