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About the MPRA

To learn more about the Moore Park Residents' Association click here.
 

 

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Polls

Would you be interested in participating in a community based yard sale in Moorevale park this Spring?
 
 
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Community Police Liason Committee (CPLC) - 53 Division of Toronto Police Services PDF Print E-mail

Here is the latest information regarding the Community Police Liason Committee (CPLC) for 53 Division of Toronto Police Services.

 
Toronto Neighbourhood Info From the Toronto Public Library PDF Print E-mail

Find the history (and cool historical images) of your neighbourhood!

 

 
Challenges and Solutions for Ravine Property Owners PDF Print E-mail

Here is a useful summary of the common challenges faced by ravine property owners along with some useful solutions for addressing them. (This piece was prepared for the Moore Park Residents Association, pro bono, by Forest and Field Landscape Architects.

 
Newsletter Release (Nov, 2014) PDF Print E-mail

In this issue:

  • Update on the Chorley Park switchback trail
  • Crime prevention tips
  • Planning and zoning updates
  • Notice of the Annual General Meeting (AGM)

 

 
Mid-Rise City Builder Camp PDF Print E-mail

On Nov. 5 one of our MPRA Directors, Chris Lowry, participated in a neighborhood summit at the Centre for City Ecology with about 40 people from residents associations across the city. It was a fascinating evening of good ideas and questions about how mid-rise development might impact neighborhoods. There will be a Mid-Rise City Builder Camp event in February which will offer Residents Associations an opportunity to engage with planners, architects, city staff, developers and each other in a day-long workshop. To find out more, you can visit the exhibit, How Does Your Neighbourhood Grow? and the interactive density model will be on display in Urbanspace Gallery through January 03. The exhibit panels and information will be made available online in the next few weeks, accessible through the website of the Centre for City Ecology, http://cityecology.net/

 

 
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