Dear HVVRA members, As many of you know, we had a very successful Safety Meeting with police members of 22 Division and our City Counsellor, Stephen Holyday. In this newsletter, you will find valuable information to help keep yourselves, your home, and your car safer. The meeting was sold out and we thank our members […]
An important message for ALL Humber Valley Village Residents Many of you are likely aware of the drastic increase in crime in Humber Valley Village, including recent armed home invasions. The 2023 major crime statistics from Toronto Police Service for Humber Valley Village notes: 249 Major Crimes, an increase of 54.7% over 2022; 53 Assaults,
An important message to ALL Humber Valley Village Residents In less than 3 weeks, City council is expected to pass a bill to permit “gentle density” – missing middle housing, on all “major streets”. Islington, Royal York, Rathburn, Burnhamthorpe, Bloor St. West, and Kipling, among others, are classified as a “major street”. The by-law zoning
Dear HVV Resident The HVVRA has just become aware of the City’s Major Street Study which would permit the building of 6-storey housing complexes of up to 30 units on “major” streets such as Royal York, Islington, and Dundas. If approved, developers could build from these major streets to the streets behind which would impact
Dear HVV Resident The organizer of the bike lane petition many of you have signed has created a website through which residents can stay informed and organized. Visit balanceonbloor.ca for more information. Please be advised that the City of Toronto Community meeting that was to be held tonight has been cancelled due to “unforeseen circumstances”.