About the West Rouge Community Association
The West Rouge Community Association is your neighbourhood residents' association and an advocate for the West Rouge Community.
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Port Union Road Widening Update - November 2021
Port Union Road is being widened between Lawrence Avenue and Island Road. The work will include addition of a second northbound lane, sidewalks on both sides of the road, bike lanes, and centre-turn lanes.
Construction work is now scheduled to begin in April 2022.
A Virtual Project Update Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 30, 2021 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. You can register to attend the virtual meeting here.
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West Rouge Life - Fall/Winter 2021 Edition
The Fall/Winter 2021 edition of West Rouge Life magazine is now available.
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Automated Shuttle Trial in West Rouge
The City of Toronto, TTC, and Metrolinx have launched a trial public transit service to connect West Rouge residents to and from Rouge Hill GO station using an automated shuttle. During the trial, trips on the automated shuttle will be for passengers. Booking will be available soon.
The weekday route goes from the Rouge Hill GO Station along Lawrence to Starspray, to Friendship, to Birdsilver, to Clearlake, to Rouge Hills, to Lawrence, and then back to the GO Station.
The weekend route is from the Rouge Hill GO Station, east on Lawrence, north on Rouge Hills to the Community Centre, and then back the same way to the GO Station.
To learn more about the shuttle and to book a ride once it's operational, click the button below.
Rouge River Bridge Rehabilitation
Metrolinx is rehabilitating the rail bridge over the mouth of the Rouge River to extend its life for another 20 years. The bridge is 117 years old and is a provincial heritage property of provincial significance. Construction work will be complete by spring 2022.
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Rouge Beach Improvements Project - Next Steps
Parks Canada is proposing to make many changes at Rouge Beach and to construct a boardwalk along either side of the Rouge River to connect Rouge Beach to the Mast Trailhead on the north side of Kingston Road. The formal community consultation period by Parks Canada concluded on May 1.
Parks Canada will be releasing a Detailed Impact Assessment (DIA) for this project in the near future. The DIA will be posted on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry, which you can access by clicking here.
Parks Canada will announce the posting of the DIA on the Rouge National Urban Park website. There will be a 30 day period for commenting on the report.
You can find background information on this project on the Parks Canada website by clicking the button below.
Advertise with us!
Advertising with us through West Rouge Life, our community magazine, or on our website is a great way for businesses to connect with residents in West Rouge and eastern Toronto.
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Connect with the City of Toronto
There are a number of ways to get in touch with the City of Toronto to address resident questions or concerns.
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