Ward 4 : Residents’ Associations

Residents’ and Community Associations are volunteer based organizations involved in improving the overall health of their communities.  Our Residents’ and Community Associations are committed to working on a number of issues including, but not limited to, traffic, housing, greening, waterfront access, transportation, the environment and safety.  Please contact your local Residents’ and/or Community Association and get involved in your neighbourhood.

Parkdale Residents’ Association
Roncesvalles Avenue to Dufferin Street, South to the lake and North to Pearson Avenue, Macdonell to the railway tracks and back to Dufferin Street.
(416) 533-0044
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Roncesvalles-Macdonell Residents’ Association
Dundas Street to Queen Street, between Roncesvalles Avenue and Lansdowne Avenue. Golden/Ritchie triangle north of Dundas and south of Bloor east to the Railway tracks.
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West Bend Community Association
Bounded by Keele Street on the west, Bloor Street on the south and the railway line on the east and north
(416) 766-5509
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High Park Tenants Association
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Runnymede Village Neighbourhood Association
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Warren Park Ratepayers

High Park Residents’ Association
Bloor Street to High Park Boulevard, between Parkside Drive and Roncesvalles Avenue
(416) 702-8511

Sunnyside Community Association
High Park Boulevard to the lake between Roncesvalles Avenue and Parkside Drive
(416) 533-3830

Junction Residents Association
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Bloor West Village Residents Association
Jamie Isbister – jdisbister@gmail.com
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Old Mill Residents Association
Leila Amirfeiz – leila@colorshadow.com

Swansea Area Ratepayers Association
swansea@swansearatepayers.ca – swansearatepayers@bell.net
John Meijer – meijer@pathcom.com
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