The Moore Park Residents Association mission is to identify, advocate and act on neighbourhood concerns in order to enhance Moore Park.

A non-profit, volunteer-driven organization, the MPRA addresses issues that range from trees to traffic, from development to safety.  We also facilitate two-way communication between the community and its political representatives (and staff) at the municipal, provincial and federal levels.


Resident households support our work on your behalf by paying annual dues. Membership in the MPRA gives you voting privileges at the Annual Meeting and the satisfaction of providing essential resources to your community association. Annual dues are $40 for one year (valid to Dec. 31/20 OR $100 for three years per household. To join online or by mail, visit our JOIN US page.

Would you like to help out with special events, serve on a committee or join the Board? We would love to hear from you.


The MPRA is a member of The Federation of North Toronto Residents’ Associations (FONTRA) and takes positions on issues that directly affect the quality of life in Moore Park and in Toronto as a whole. The MPRA does not arbitrate in disputes between neighbours, per se, but may try to alleviate areas of disagreement by highlighting resources and processes for neighbours with differing views. The Association is non-partisan and is not affiliated with any political party. The association communicates with the community via newsletters, this website and its annual general meeting (AGM), which takes place in the neighbourhood and is a public forum for information sharing and discussion. It also hosts community occasional events.


Moore Park has natural barriers on three sides. To the north is the green space of Mount Pleasant Cemetery, to the east is the Mud Creek Ravine, to the west is the Vale of Avoca Ravine, and to the south are the railway tracks.