Welcome neighbours! Scroll down for info of interest to Moore Park residents.
The Moore Park Residents Association mission is to identify, advocate and act on neighbourhood concerns in order to enhance Moore Park.
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WELCOME TO OUR ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Tuesday April 30, 2019, 7:30 pm (registration begins at 7:00 pm)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, 1 ½ Garfield Ave.
Guest speaker Councillor Mike Layton
THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT AND YOU
Need to understand issues related to home renovation and zoning bylaws? Check out this explainer on The Committee of Adjustment (COA) and You (PDF)
AN ALERT FROM OUR LOCAL POLICE
Car thieves have the ability to hijack key fobs. For some tips on how to prevent your car from being stolen this way select here.
BELTLINE TRAIL DETOUR BELOW MOORE AVENUE
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), on behalf of the City, is preparing to undertake Phases 2 and 3 of channel restoration works along Mud Creek Reach 6. The project area is located within Moore Park Ravine between Moore Avenue and the Heath Street East Pedestrian Bridge.
Implementation is expected to commence in July 2019 and should be completed by March 2020. Final site restoration (i.e. trail restoration and native tree & shrub plantings) will take place during the spring of 2020 as weather conditions permit. In order to avoid the migratory bird nesting period, TRCA will be completing tree removals next week starting on Monday, March 25th.
Due to limited space for construction equipment 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 throughout the construction period. To minimize inconvenience to trail users, a detour route has been identified on the project information sign.
One of the most beautiful aspects of our neighbourhood is the system of ravines. Our 2018 annual general meeting included two third-party presentations about ravine issues:
- A summary (with slides) of the Toronto Ravine Revitalization Study, which evaluates the health of our ravines. See the PowerPoint explainer.
- A presentation about an invasive plants species called Japanese Knotweed, which is a “growing” threat to our local plant life See the PowerPoint explainer.
We invite you to find out more about neighbourhood issues, discover some neighbourhood activities, and learn some useful neighbourhood info. To become a member (or pay your yearly dues) please visit our “Join Us” page.