The Glamorgan Community stretches from Highway 401 to Ellesmere, and to the properties west of the Dundalk Drive to Kennedy Road.
The Glamorgan community is named after the street on which the school was built. The name originates from the historic town of Glamorgan in Wales but It has no known historical relevance.
In 1954, the area was all farmland. However, by 1973, most of the land had been developed except for Highland Farm, which remained farmland.
The character of the Glamorgan community is high density, mainly apartment buildings and some town houses. The School in the community is Glamorgan Junior Public School. You will also find Glamorgan Park in this community, one of the most family friendly and larger parks in Scarborough.
The Kennedy Road frontage marks the northern portion of the Kennedy Road Business Investment Area (BIA) which extends down to Lawrence Ave.