Another great way to give back to our community! The Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association has partnered with RainBarrel.ca to provide residents with a great way to support local community initiatives and also help the environment. Starting today, you can purchase a rain barrel for your home at 75% of the […]
Construction work on Shuter St to begin in early July 2020 The City of Toronto has planned road reconstruction on Shuter Street from Sherbourne Street to River Street in 2020. As part of this project, the City is proposing to make changes to the configuration of the roadway on Shuter […]
Installation Delayed A number of residents have written us to ask about an update on the installation of two police cameras within Cabbagetown South and Regent Park. Understandably, the installation was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have not been provided with a new date for installation. For background, […]
Reconstruction of Calgie, Drovers & Callaghan Lane It’s finally happening. Work to reconstruct Calgie Lane, Drovers Lane and Callaghan Lane is set to begin on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. After a disappointing delay to the project last year because of inadequate planning by the city for parking alternatives, it seems […]
Spring is finally here and Cabbagetown South is in full bloom! Well, at least it’s supposed to be. But don’t fret! Warmer days aren’t far off and we’ve got a fun contest to help get you into the spring spirit! Here’s how it works: Simply take a photo of your favourite […]
More Space for Pedestrians As anyone who has tried to walk down sections of Parliament Street while maintaining social distancing knows, it can be a challenge. On Monday, Mayor Tory announced the creation of CurbTO, a new initiative to help increase space for pedestrians trying to get around line-ups outside essential businesses […]
Our good friends at the ‘Cabbagetown Neighbourhood Review’ have put together an excellent resource to help us all support our local small businesses that are struggling. To see a list of retailers and restaurants in Cabbagetown, Corktown and Regent Park who are still open.
Members of Toronto Police 51 Division reached out to Cabbagetown South Resident’s Association for feedback from our community, specifically, they want to know what residents identify as the TOP 3 CRITICAL SAFETY ISSUES within our neighbourhood. At the Community Police Liaison Committee Meeting (CPLC) on March 11, 2020 it was […]