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Chorley Park Update PDF Print E-mail

The Chorley Park Trail that connects the neighbourhood of South Rosedale to the Beltline Trail will be seeing improvements in 2017 that will protect the natural environment and improve safety for park users.

Input from extensive public consultation since 2014 was invaluable in the refinement of the design over the past year to balance the needs of all users and the environment. Construction is expected to begin in August 2017. Restoration of the site, including planting over 1,500 trees and shrubs will begin after construction is complete.

Construction of a new natural surface trail on the south side of the site is planned for 2018-2019. More details ...

 
MacLennan Ave. Wall Mural near Whitney School PDF Print E-mail

MacLennan Ave. Wall Mural near Whitney School

MPRA has asked the City to consider putting murals on both side walls of MacLennan Avenue between Rosedale Heights and Old Bridle Path because the old mural has now faded to the point of being vandalized by graffiti.

Does anyone have any photos of the original mural when new?  Or the inscription about it on the north side of the east wall?  Or just know about its history? If so, please email your photos or info to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Here are some current shots of the state of the murals today:

Mural 1Mural 2Mural 3

(click on each to view full image)

 
Ontario Seeking Public Input on Federal Plan to Legalize Cannabis PDF Print E-mail

The Ontario government is seeking input from the community regarding the implementation of cannabis regulations.  Individuals interested in providing their input are invited to participate in an online survey which can be located at the following link:

https://news.ontario.ca/mag/en/2017/07/ontario-seeking-public-input-on-federal-plan-to-legalize-cannabis.html?utm_source=ondemand&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p

 
Moore Park Lawn Bowling Club - 2017 PDF Print E-mail

Lawn bowling season begins on May 2, 2017. Spring dates and times are as follows:

Monday – 7 pm
Tuesday – 2:30 pm
Thursday – 7 pm
Saturday – 1 pm

Annual BBQ and Open House - Saturday May 27!

BBQ Details: 12 noon - 3 pm. Everyone is welcome!  If you'd like to give lawn bowling a try, there is an introduction to lawn bowling at 1 pm. Just wear a pair of flat comfortable shoes. We supply the bowls.

For more information on our club and fees, please refer to our attached flyer.

From the Moore Park Lawn Bowling Executive Committee

Celebrating our 92stth year!

 
Update on Mud Creek Restoration PDF Print E-mail

Please be advised that Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is preparing to undertake Phase 1 of channel restoration works along Mud Creek Reach 6, which is located along Moore Park Ravine between Moore Avenue and the Heath Street Pedestrian Bridge.

In general, Phase 1 involves extension of an existing storm sewer outfall, slope regrading, and restoration with native plantings. Implementation of Phase 1 is expected to commence during the week of October 10, 2016 and is expected to continue until early December 2016. Final site restoration (i.e. native tree and shrub plantings) will take place during the spring of 2017 as weather conditions permit.

Due to limited space for construction equipment and materials and the requirement to ensure public safety, TRCA will need to close the section of the Beltline Trail from Moore Avenue to the Heath Street Pedestrian Bridge during construction. Trail closures will be in effect Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. TRCA understands the value of the trail system to the general public therefore the trail will be reopened whenever possible including evenings, weekends and holidays.

Project information signs will be installed later this week in the vicinity of the project site to advise the public of the impending works and trail closures.

 
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