is a residential community located in Markham, Ont. This area is just north of Unionville. The community is known for its eclectic variety of mixed-income dwellings and the green space found in most subdivisions.Townhouses and some semi-detached homes can be found all along Bur Oak Ave, whereas semi-detached and detached homes are found on residential streets. Berczy Village adheres to the city of Markham's development plan for "Smart Growth". The carefully planned urban design theme puts an emphasis on open space, protection of environmentally sensitive areas, and conservation of woodlots..
There are many open green spaces and parkettes that can be found in places of the community. There are many forest groves in the neighbourhood.
The main parks in Berczy Village are:
- Berczy Park
A massive park located in the heart of the Village, Bur Oak Avenue divides the park into a north and south portion. The north part includes three soccer fields with bleachers, a playground, a circular pathway, a pond with a bridge, and a parking lot. The southern portion includes an ovular pathway with a baseball diamond, as well as a little stream with a bridge over it.
- Frederick Bagg Park
Named in honour of the former land owner of the area. Located east of All Saints Catholic Elementary School. A plaque in commemoration of Bagg and his family can be found attached to a large rock. The park is fairly small, and consists of a circular pathway encircling a small playground and shelter.
- Nördlingen Park
Found in the southern portion of the Village, close to 16th Avenue. It is dedicated in honour of Markham's twin city of Nordlingen in Bavaria, Germany. It contains a small pond with a playground area.
- Williamstown Green
An open space of grass and tall trees located west of the Williamstown Plaza along Bur Oak Avenue.
- Berczy Square
A new park with a pond and a bronze statue of William Berczy will be built at the corner of Kennedy Road and 16th Avenue