Welcome to The Village

Toronto’s lesbian, gay, bi and trans village – businesses, organizations and residents working together to create a healthy, welcoming neighbourhood.

The Village is a comfortable and supportive community that offers the connectedness of a small town, in the heart of the City. We’re proud to be the home of Toronto’s lesbian, gay, bi and trans communities. Our neighbourhood has been known for decades as our communities’ gathering place and we have grown to become a creative, dynamic, connected and welcoming neighbourhood as a result.

Water Main Work Begins July 7, 2014

The attached notice from City of Toronto Water was distributed late last month. We're posting this again as a reminder that the upcoming work will affect the south-bound lane of Church Street from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for six weeks in July and August.

Please note that you may need to consult with delivery drivers and advise them of any issues with their delivery schedules during this time.

The construction company's Community Contact is:

FER-PAL InfrastructureGeoff Britnell, Business Development Manager
FER-PAL Infrastructure
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www.ferpalinfrastructure.com

 

WATER MAIN PROJECT IN YOUR AREA - CONTRACT #14DCS-306WS (PDF 90K)

[UPDATE] Watermain project completion is now expected to be October 15, 2014.

FER-PAL Letter to Residents - Aug 26 (PDF 233K)

Open Streets TO

Open Streets TO is an initiative to open Toronto's streets on four Sundays, 8:00am-1:00pm, in the Summer of 2014, getting Torontonians outside, physically active and socially connected.

http://www.openstreetsto.org/

What is a BIA?

A Business Improvement Area is an association of commercial and industrial property owners and business tenants within a specified district who join together with official approval of the City in a self-help program aimed at stimulating business and improve economic vitality. BIAs are a catalyst for civic improvement and significant contributors to the city's economy and quality of life.

A BIA is operated by a volunteer board of management.

For more information about how BIAs work, visit City of Toronto website.

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