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Area: south of Ellesmere, east of Scarborough Golf Club Road, west of Highland Creek, north of Lawrence
Welcome to Curran Hall!
Thank you to John Barrett, a long time Curran Hall resident for joining me at the unveiling of the new “Welcome to Curran Hall Community” community sign located on the southeast corner of Orton Park Road and Ellesmere Road. I have been receiving many positive remarks on the signs. (The other one is located at the northeast corner of Orton Park Road and Lawrence Ave East!).
Heather Heights Woods Tree Planting Plan
Urban Forestry is planning to plant trees in Heather Heights Woods this Fall. See this plan for details.
Speeding On Orton Park Road
Residents have expressed concerns with speeding on Orton Park Road near Henry Hudson Senior P.S. Our office has been in contact with Toronto Police Services to enforce this area. If you have any further speeding concerns please report it at this link and/or you can call 43 Division's community response at 416-808-4319.
Heather Heights Woods Park Pathway
I’m happy to inform the Heather Heights Woods drainage improvements are now complete. All construction fencing has been removed and lights have been confirmed to be working along the path.
Morningside Park Treatment to Control Phragmites
Urban Forestry's contractor will be using pesticide in Morningside Park, Colonel Danforth Park & Lower Highland Creek Park starting October 4nd, 2019 to control Phragmites. information about the pesticides being used and species being treated can be viewed here. Application is done by licensed contractor staff. Information signage will be posted, along with the standard warning signage, to provide more information to park users. Warning signage is posted 24 hours before treatment, and is removed 48 hours following treatment, according to Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change guidelines. Treatment information.
Proposed Trail Improvements at Morningside Park
Urban Forestry is proposing trail improvements for safe access to the Highland Creek trail system and ravine parklands, adjacent to 4010 Lawrence Ave East. Currently, the pathway is significantly eroded, and is not safe for visitors. This project is being completed this fall. More details here.
Curran Hall Community Centre Programming – Join the programming offered within your community link. Located at 277 Orton Park Road
A number of programs are being offered for all ages at the Curran Hall Community Centre including summer Adventure Camps,
Yoga, Pilates, dance for all ages, cooking classes, martial arts, visual arts, youth leadership programs as well as drop in programs for youth 9 -12yrs old – Saturday: 1:30PM – 3:30PM.
Explore Your City Parks
- Morningside Park
- Healther Heights Park
- Botany Hill Park
- Curran Hall Park
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