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Glen Rd. Bridge Vehicle Traffic Closure Could Last Weeks

Dear SRRA members, The Association received the following update today from the office of Councillor Mike Layton on the Glen Rd. bridge police investigation and closure. In response to this unfortunate situation as well as the recent temporary closure of the Sherbourne bridge under similar circumstances, the SRRA is seeking action from Councillor Layton and…

AGM 2019

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the South Rosedale Residents’ Association will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club. The AGM will include: Updates on SRRA activities Treasurer’s report and review of the SRRA’s financial statements Election of directors Guest speaker: Didi Cameron, founder of Digital Neighborhood Watch Didi Cameron,…

Restoration to Begin on Craigleigh Gardens Gates

When will restoration work begin? Major work to restore the main entrance Gates to Craigleigh Gardens will start the week of August 18, 2019.   Why is the restoration necessary? Two recent studies by heritage architects have concluded that the time has come to repair and restore all the stone, brick and metalwork of the…

Glen Road Pedestrian Tunnel Public Art Drop-In Event

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 Drop-in anytime from 4:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. Church of St. Peter and St. Simon 525 Bloor St East We invite you to a Drop-In event to view and comment on the five short-listed public art proposals for the Glen Road Pedestrian Tunnel. You can also view the display materials and provide feedback…

LPAT ruling permits Dale Ave. condominium proposal to proceed

Dear Members, We have received disappointing news on the Dale Avenue development proposal. The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) has issued a decision that permits the development to go forward, subject to the conditions imposed by City Council. The SRRA, MyRosedaleNeighbourhood and our lawyers are currently reviewing the decision. We will share any further information…

City-Wide Residential Permit Parking Under Consideration

Toronto and East York Community Council is actively considering a proposal to expand residential on-street permit parking City-wide. This could include all South Rosedale residential streets, most of which currently do not have permit parking. In previous communications, the City has explained its reasons for the proposed changes as follows: The objectives of the Overnight…