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Welcome to Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association (CSRA)

If you live or work in downtown Toronto, Canada, between Parliament and Sherbourne, Carlton and Shuter Streets, then we are your neighbourhood residents’ association.

Setting Priorities… 

In any community, there are always many worthy things competing for time and attention. The Board of Directors of the Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association chooses some among the many for special attention. It includes things in which we are directly engaged, or issues that we are actively monitoring or for which we are collecting information. 


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Cabbagetown South is Fundraising - logo

We are please to announce that we have teamed up with to help bring awareness and make a change in how we use water. 

Our goal is to raise money to give back to the many incredible services in our neighbour as well as continue our very successful youth graffiti clean up crew this summer. Optional home delivery fees are as follows: $10 per barrel or composter, $25 per tank. Delivery of accessories is free when ordered with barrels, composters or tanks. - cherry tomato

Last years time down gave so many of us the opportunity to build a garden, some for the 1st time. This year let keep the tradition going strong with your favourite plants being delivered directly to your door.

Keep this fundraiser in mind when you plan your spring garden. Proceeds from the fundraiser help support our Cabbagetown South and beautification.

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Lastest News

April 5, 2021
Rain Barrel Fundraiser 2021

Rain Barrel Fundraiser

World Water Day is March 22, 2021. We are please to announce that we have teamed up with to help bring awareness and make a change in how we use water. RAIN BARRELS can help save over 1,000 gallons of water, while also reducing your water bills, protecting your […]
March 22, 2021
Earth Hour Walk

Earth Hour Self-Guided Walking Tour

Join Cabbagetown South socially distanced 1hr self guided tour. Starts at the Gerrard Street Beer Store, 227 Gerrard St. E. MARCH 27, 2021 at 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm. Proceeding south on Ontario, west on Dundas St. and North on Seaton. Taking 30-40 minutes, it takes you through Cabbagetown South […]
February 23, 2021
Historic Homes Cabbagetown South West

How to Research our Historic Homes Event

Have you ever wondered about the history of your home, when it was built, who called it home before you? Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association would like to invite you to join us via ZOOM as our guest speakers guide us on how to research our historic homes. Guest Speakers Robin Burgoyne, […]
January 20, 2021
Fire- 238 240 Berkely St

238-240 Berkeley St Fire

Fire at 238 Berkeley St. in the early morning On Monday January 18, 2020, when the residents evacuated the building, neighbours brought out blankets for the residents. One person was taken to hospital. Thankfully, we have been informed that no one was seriously injured and everyone is ok. Toronto Fire […]
December 17, 2020
Neighbourhood hiring private security guards

Response to our Neighbourhood hiring private security guards.

Statement from Cabbagetown South Resident’s Association: in response to our Neighbourhood hiring private security guards The Residents Association and the community of Cabbagetown South strongly believe in protecting our most vulnerable populations. We also believe that our children, elderly, and all residents deserve the same protection. It is easy to […]
October 14, 2020
252 Parliament St

252 Parliament Street Development

  Rental apartments and business locations coming to Parliament St. Core Development has submitted to the City of Toronto a Development Proposal for a mid-rise 9-storey mixed-use building, consisting of 71 dwelling units, 4,958.3 square metres of residential GFA, and 140 square metres of at-grade commercial/retail space. The location is […]

Statement on the new provincial CTS Sites Announcement

April 1, 2019

On Friday March 29th the Ontario Government followed through on their previous commitment to better their services around SIS/OPS sites and approved the applications of 15 Consumption Treatment Services (CTS) in Community Health Centre’s across the Province. READ COMPLETE STATEMENT