Welcome to Cabbagetown South Residents' Association
If you live or work in downtown Toronto, Canada, between Parliament and Sherbourne, Carlton and Shuter Streets, then we are your neighbourhood residents' association. Join us.
Purpose of Cabbagetown South
To promote measures which enhance the beauty, safety, and environmental and economic viability of the Cabbagetown South area.
To promote the general quality of residential and economic life in and around the Cabbagetown South area.
To promote a sense of community within the Cabbagetown South area that respects the diversity of people in the Cabbagetown South area.
To undertake or support projects requiring or benefiting from community support which are intended to advance the above objectives.
To oppose measures which diminish the above.
Ontario Street Parkette Art Installation Completed!
After years of work, the completion of the refurbishment of the park is in sight. A huge step was taken the weekend of July 20/21 when a 20 foot long mosaic was installed. Click here to read about it and see pictures.
What We're Working On...
In any community, there are always many worthy things competing for time and attention. The Board of Directors of the Cabbagetown South Residents' Association chooses some among the many for special attention.
**NEW** Downtown East Revitalization Strategy. The city launched a revitalization strategy for the neighbourhood. This is a great opportunity to get involved and voice your ideas, views and concerns. See their presentation. Read more..
TCHC and Oskenonton Lane. Working with TCHC management to address drugs, prostitution, violence, garbage, dumping and more at the site. Read more..
Heritage Designation. Will our neighbourhood be designated? Do you want it to be? Read more..
Ontario Street Parkette. After 10 years, construction is underway. Read more..
Problem Rooming Houses and Absentee Landlords. Read more..
Development. Visioning what our community could grow into. Read more..
The Beer Store. We've managed to get police presence on site. We encourage you to take back your own empties. Use the express window and donate proceeds to charity. Please store your recycling inside. Can't store those big bins inside? Then switch to using Bags instead. Read more..
Police and Safety. Safety tips, Community Police Liaison Committee. Read more..
Safe Injection Sites. Our membership has told us these are not wanted in our residential neighbourhood. Will they be forced on us? Read more..
Guerrilla Gardening. Unsung heroes of our neighbourhood. Read more..
Graffiti. A scourge to the neighbourhood. Read more..
Regent Park Re-development. In response to comments, they have a revised proposal for changes to phases 3 to 5. Read more..
Prostitution. Will the police now act? Read more..
Cabbagetown South is looking for Volunteers. Click here see the many Volunteer Opportunities where you can help to make our community better. Or, if you are a student looking for options to complete your 40 hours of community service, click here and review the opportunities.
Crimes to Report?
Whenever a crime or a suspicious incident occurs, report it. Toronto Police at 416 808 2222. And get the incident number. Officers from 51 division point out that the more calls they receive from a particular neighbourhood, the more patrols that neighbourhood receives. If problems are persistant it is also recommended you contact Staff Sergeant John Spanton directly at 416 808 5152 to follow up. His email is email@example.com And here is their general email form: Click here.
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