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…

STOP Dale Ave Heritage Demolition Campaign

The South Rosedale Residents’ Association (SRRA), North Rosedale Residents’ Association (NRRA) and MyRosedaleNeighbourhood (MRN) are jointly reaching out to you today to ask for your help on an urgent matter: protecting our heritage buildings from demolition by developers, and preserving the character of our neighbourhood as a community of mainly single-family homes.

Rosedale Heritage Under Threat: Community Townhall Meeting

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Rosedale United Church, 159 Roxborough Dr. (at Glen Rd.)   A potentially imminent threat to Rosedale’s heritage character will be the focus of a Community Townhall Meeting to be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 30 at Rosedale United Church. Hosted by the South Rosedale Residents’ Association (SRRA)…

Notice of AGM – November 2018

Business to be conducted at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) will include the report of the President on behalf of the Board of Directors; the report of the Treasurer and consideration of the SRRA’s financial statements for the fiscal year ended August 31, 2018; the appointment of auditors; the report of the Nominating Committee; the…

University-Rosedale Municipal Candidates Debate, Oct. 3, 7-9pm

The South Rosedale Residents’ Association is joining with neighbouring residents’ associations to host a University-Rosedale (Ward 11) candidates’ debate on Wednesday, October 3rd. This is your opportunity to hear from four of the candidates running for a City Council seat in the October 22 municipal election, in the newly created Ward 11. Our neighbourhood, and…

Scrivener Square Development Proposal: April 19 Community Meeting & Feedback

The South Rosedale Residents’ Association (SRRA) will host a Community Meeting on April 19th on the revised proposal for a 21-storey residential and commercial development at Scrivener Square/Price Street. The developers, Diamondcorp and Tricon, will participate. This meeting, intended for South Rosedale residents only, is to inform and update you on the revised proposal and…

Community Meeting on Revised Scrivener Square Development Proposal

City of Toronto Planning will hold a community consultation meeting on Tuesday, March 20 on a revised Scrivener Square/Price Street development proposal. The SRRA encourages you to attend to obtain details on the revisions, ask questions and convey your comments. This follows the City’s November 27, 2017 community meeting where the original proposal, which includes…