Have your say! Take the City of Toronto Parkland Survey.

The City of Toronto has a 20-year Parkland Strategy that will be used to help guide the long-term planning for new parks and expanding or improving access to existing parks. This Parkland Strategy will be used to prioritize initiatives and guide decision-making regarding parks and green-space.

Residents are invited complete a survey to share their ideas about the City’s parkland priorities for the future. Click here to take the survey. The survey has been extended and will now be open until July 3rd, 2018 

To read more, please click here to visit the City of Toronto website.


Community Meeting – New Midtown Park

The community is invited to attend a meeting to discuss a new park in Midtown. The new park will be located at the corner of Dunfield and Soudan. Meeting Details: Hosted by Councillor Josh Matlow Date: Wednesday May 30, 2018 Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Mount Pleasant Library, 599 Mount Pleasant Road  

Davisville Village Greenways / Connected Pathways

By Rosemary Corbett Have you ever felt like you were breathing in toxic fumes when walking along Yonge, Mt Pleasant or Bayview or cramped when trying to get past all the sidewalk restaurant patios? Or perhapse you’ve found the long east-west blocks cumbersome when you only need to go north or south a few blocks? How do you feel about your children getting safely to and from school? These are some of the questions we … Read moreDavisville Village Greenways / Connected Pathways

Our next Tree for Me Event – Saturday October 13, 2018

Once again, SERRA will be hosting a Tree for Me event. We are still working out the details of the event, but have the date set for Saturday October 13, 2018, at the Church of the Transfiguration. Other details, including the time and types of trees and shrubs available for pick-up will be posed to our website in August 2018.   For information about the Tree for Me initiative please go to the TREE for … Read moreOur next Tree for Me Event – Saturday October 13, 2018

Community Environment Days -2018

The City of Toronto has a detailed list of Community Environment Days on their website. Residents are invited to drop off a variety of items for recycling as well as any household hazardous waste, such as light bulbs, batteries, paint, cleaning products etc. For a complete list of items you can drop off or pick up during the Community Environment Days click here to visit the City of Toronto Website. The Community Environment Day for Ward … Read moreCommunity Environment Days -2018