Bayview Village Park

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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In the News

The City of Toronto North York District Great Front Gardens Contest 2016

Calling all gardeners... This is Toronto’s way of recognizing the efforts of residents, businesses and other property owners in making their neighbourhoods beautiful. More information

To nominate a garden fill this form

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New Membership Category: 'Friends of BVA' (as per revised bylaws)

... individuals residing outside the boundaries of the Territory described in Article 2.1 with common bonds with the Association. Such Friends of the Association shall be non-voting Members, but shall otherwise enjoy all the rights and privileges enjoyed by Members of the Association.

60th Anniversary AGM

Your new BVA Executive (all acclaimed) are:

  • President – Tim Storus
  • Past President - Jan Siegel
  • Vice President – Courtney Doldron
  • Treasurer – Debbie Bristow
  • Secretary – David McGhee

Committee Chairs

  • Communications – Judi Codd
  • Environment – Monty McDonald
  • Events – Jan Siegel
  • Membership & Directory – Jane Robertson
  • Municipal and Government Affairs – David Magil
  • Neighbourhood Watch – Susan Wires
  • Volunteer Coordinator – Jean Probyn

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The recent BVA Park Party was a big success, including a visit from the Toronto Police mounted unit, and a food truck!

See photos of this event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toronto Police Service News Release: Friday, June 17, 2016

Public Safety Alert, Nighttime residential Break-and-Enters in Leslie Street and Finch Ave East area

The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of a recent upward trend in residential Break-and-Enters in the Leslie Street and Finch Avenue East area. Residents in the area are asked to make efforts to safeguard their homes by:

  • keeping an exterior light on after dark
  • ensure all windows and doors are secured and locked
  • alarm or video surveillance equipment is on and functionalPolice are asking residents to report any suspicious vehicles or persons.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-3300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

Coming Events

Bayview Village 60th Anniversary Walking Series To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Bayview Village, BVA is organizing a series of walks around Bayview Village, ranging from short, easy strolls along neighbourhood streets to more challenging hikes in our ravines.
Self-guided walks

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