Bayview Village includes the area bounded by Bayview Ave., Sheppard Ave., Finch Ave. and the East Don River. See Map.
The Bayview Village Association (BVA) is a non-profit community organization for residents of Bayview Village. Established in 1956, the BVA works towards enhancing the quality of life for the residents by building community, pride, city and community awareness and by addressing issues of concern to the neighbourhood.
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BVA Canada 150 Events
Watch here for upcoming news on planned events in Bayview Village!
North York Winter Maintenance By-Law
The North York Winter Maintenance By-law prohibits parking on streets in the former City of North York between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., from December 1 up to, and including, March 31 of the following year, unless signs are posted indicating an exemption. This bylaw ensures the city can completely clear streets of snow, and that large emergency vehicles can have free vehicular flow.
The Parking Enforcement Unit will begin enforcement of this bylaw on Saturday, December 3, 2016, at 2 a.m., providing the public with a two-day grace period. In the event that it snows prior to Saturday, December 3, 2016, enforcement may start earlier. Posted signs will be visible on streets with exemptions.
Mandatory Downspout Disconnection DEADLINE IS DEC 1st
Replacement for Bayview Village Library
The new library at Bessarion Community Centre will be twice the size of the current one in Bayview Village and will all be on one floor. There will be a program room, a media room, increased space for computers, a collection size of 50,000, study space and underground parking maintained by the Toronto Parking Authority. Construction is expected to start in 2018 and planned to be completed in about two years. The mall location will remain open until the new library is ready. Also, there are several proposals for public art, view them here.
Here’s Why You Should Call, Not Email, Your Legislators
Activists and lawmakers say a phone call can have more weight and be harder to ignore than an email or social media post. Read New York Times article
Bayview Village 60th Anniversary Gala a huge success!
Traffic and Parking Issues
There have been complaints regarding traffic volume and illegal parking on Bunty Lane. Residents and school staff are greatly concerned about student safety. Please see parking rules.
Complaints about local traffic/safety issues may be made to Shawn Dartsch, Traffic Engineering Supervisor for our area. In addition complaints about traffic safety issues may be made to 33 Division Police.
The BVA Neighbourhood Watch committee has reported to the city that significant defacing of road signs, community planters and signs, and private property fencing took place over the weekend in the ravine and on Forest Grove Dr. Community signs were also reported as stolen. Residents are asked to be vigilant and report vandalism to the city by calling 311 and the non-emergency police at 416-808-2222 or 33 Division at 416-808-3300.
Mayor Speaks in Bayview Village
Mayor Tory spoke at the Grande Luxe on October 19 and presented our neighbourhood with a plaque honouring BVA's 60th anniversary.
Unregistered Newly-Built Homes
It is illegal in Ontario to build and sell a new home for resale without being registered with Tarion Warranty Corporation and enrolling the home in the warranty program. See Toronto Star article on this issue.
Willowdale Traffic Safety Advisory Committee Planning Meeting
Tuesday Jan 17 7-9pm
Earl Haig Secondary School Cafeteria. Read MORE info.
BVA Membership drive is underway! Renew online here.
Bayview Village 60th Anniversary Walking Series The guided walks have ended but you can still enjoy our local parks and ravines!
See Recent Events
- 60th Anniversary Gala
- Proposed public art
- Bayview Middle School Roof
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