The Executive of the Humber Valley Village Residents’ Association is a group of volunteers who are committed to keeping our neighbourhood a vibrant, safe and well maintained community.
Once a year we ask you to support the HVVRA by renewing your membership for $30.00 for a house/condo or $10 for apartments. This is a small amount but it goes a long way to help us promote, protect and enhance our neighbourhood, and also to print and distribute newsletters. We need your name on our membership list to keep our association strong to respond to issues that arise in our municipality. (And, of course, if you would like to volunteer to be more actively involved, we could always use that help too!)
If you haven’t already renewed your membership for this year, please complete the short membership form below and mail it along with your membership fee to the address on the form or deliver it to any one of the Directors in your neighbourhood.
Thank you for your support.
The Board of Directors,
The HVVRA has successfully challenged a Committee of Adjustment ruling at the Toronto Land Appeal Body (TLAB) decision. Summary: In August, 2016, the owner of
It was a long, hard, and expensive fight. Now, we are pleased to share with you the results of the OMB decision for St. Stevens
Top 10 things you need to know about the Elia/St. Stevens Court re-development proposal 10. Elia Corp. is the developer who wants to demolish five,
Update on Elia Corp/ St. Steven’s Court: The good, the bad, and the ugly — with a strong possibility for a happy ending.
The past few months, the HVVRA Board has been meeting with City Staff, Planning and our legal and planning experts to prepare for the hearing
City Planning is continuing Phase 2 of the Site and Area Study Process (SASP) review of the apartment neighbourhood surrounding Humbertown to determine height, density,
Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, My name is Ian Ihnatowycz and I am President of the HVVRA. Thank you for this opportunity to make a
The Board is pleased to report that on February 10, 2015 at City of Toronto Council’s first meeting since the election, Ward 4 Councillor John
On January 13, 2015, at the first meeting of Etobicoke York Community Council (EYCC) since the election, Ward 4 Councillor John Campbell moved that Community
The Board of Directors of the HVVRA is pleased to announce that on Monday, August 25th, Toronto City Council approved funding for a Site and
Over 200 members of The Humber Valley Village Residents’ Association (HVVRA) met at Kingsway College School on Tuesday, December 10th and unanimously approved the mediated
Staff Report City Of Toronto Planning HUMBERTOWN 259 and 270 The Kingsway and 1144 Royal York Road – Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Final Report
To download this entire report CLICK HERE Part of Report omitted because of size. STAFF REPORT ACTION REQUIRED 259 and 270 The Kingsway and 1144
By CYNTHIA REASONcreason@insidetoronto.comStaff photo/IAN KELSOHow does Etobicoke’s Humber Valley Village neighbourhood define community engagement?When it comes to the fight for the “heart” of their community
Etobicoke Guardian by Cynthia Reason Humber Valley Village residents have put their money where their mouths are – investing “tens of thousands of dollars” toward
Global News visited Humbertown plaza on Thursday Mar. 14 2013 to discuss HVVRA’s design for Humbertown plaza and provide an update on discussions with FCR.
[postgallery_image id=”stage_3333″ data_source=”data-4″ orderby=”ASC” flickr_set=”No username entered” slidesetid=”Youtube TWXX7tp_Afc” animation=”fade” tween=”linear”] Video Presentation of Application from First Capital Public Meeting Sept. 11th, 2012 Martingrove Collegiate
IMPORTANT MEETING To Discuss The Humbertown Plaza Monday February 11th or Wednesday February 13th 7:00 to 9:00 PM Registration from 6:00 to 7:00PM
Article from the Globe And Mail, Friday Oct 19th, 2012 STEPHEN SPENCER DAVIS Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 19 2012, 8:40
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Sep 12, 2012 Cynthia Reason Etobicoke Guardian Tempers flared at Martingrove Collegiate Tuesday night, as nearly 300 of the more than 1,000 residents who showed
Community Meeting re: Humbertown Development Sept. 11th, 2012 7:00pm-9:00pm Martin Grove Collegiate School 50 Winterton Drive Everyone Must Attend this Meeting (City Planning, FCR, Tridel,
Posted By: James Moore email@example.com · 9/9/2012 9:23:00 AM A group of residents in the Humber Valley are determined to keep a proposed condo project out of their neighbourhood.
Reprinted from the Etobicoke Guardian Sep 05, 2012 Cynthia Reason Etobicoke Guardian A group of Humber Valley Village residents have taken their opposition to
Residents Richard Morency, Gayle Christie, Niels Christensen and Joanne Pickard, who all live near Humbertown Plaza in Etobicoke, are going all out to oppose a
Working group to spend summer trying to resolve outstanding issues Reprinted CYNTHIA REASON May 17, 2012 – 8:20 AM Insidetoronto.com “The Etobicoke Guardian” An “extremely thorough” examination
Reprinted CYNTHIA REASON May 10, 2012 – 12:20 PM Insidetoronto.com “The Etobicoke Guardian” “It’s too big. It’s too dense. It’s too tall.”
In January 2012, First Capital Reality made an application with the City of Toronto for a complete mixed-use redevelopment of the Humbertown Shopping Centre. If approved,
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) has launched the “TPSlinks” system, which is a community automated notification system that delivers vital information to residents and business
Reprinted From the Etobicoke Guardian CYNTHIA REASON Mar 23, 2012 – 11:21 AM Please see the attached article in The Guardian regarding the Application for a Secondary
We’re writing to provide you with an important update on the proposed development of Humbertown Shopping Centre. First Capital filed its development application with the
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Dec 5th,2011 First Capital Realty, the owner of the Humbertown Shopping Centre, is making an application with the City of Toronto for an extensive redevelopment
An area of Humber Valley park has been assessed for suitability for an off leash area for dogs. city of Toronto representatives are hosting a
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February 8, 2011 Mr. Peter Milczyn, Chair Planning and Growth Management Committee City Hall, 10” floor, West Tower 100 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5H 2N2