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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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Community Town Hall - Tuesday, June 11, 2024

The West Rouge Community Association and the Centennial Community Recreation Association are hosting a Community Town Hall.

The purpose of the Town Hall is to bring residents in the community and law enforcement leaders together to discuss the growing number of car thefts and break-ins in the area. We have invited representatives from Toronto Police Service, 43 Division to present some of the initiatives being undertaken in addressing these issues. Time will be dedicated near the end of the presentation for questions and answers from the audience.

The Community Town Hall will take place at St. Dunstan of Canterbury Church, 56 Lawson Road on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. 

Click the button below to learn more about the Community Town Hall. 

West Rouge Life Magazine - Spring/Summer 2024 Edition

The Spring/Summer 2024 Edition of West Rouge Life is now being distributed to homes and businesses in our community. Keep an eye out for your copy of the magazine. 

To access a digital version of the magazine, click the button below. 

It's Time to Renew Your West Rouge Community Association Membership!

It's time to renew your WRCA Membership for 2024! 

 

Your $15 Annual Membership contributes to the West Rouge Community Association’s community initiatives and helps make life even better in West Rouge.

Funds collected go toward community events, supporting local teams, hosting all-candidate meetings, public information meetings, and advocating on behalf of the community to ensure responsible development in our neighbourhood.

Click the button below to learn more about to renew your membership today.

Port Union Road Widening Update

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 underway.

Information about the project can be found on the City of Toronto's website

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Rouge Beach Improvements Project - Detailed Impact Assessment

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, 2021.

Parks Canada previously released the Detailed Impact Assessment for the project which is available for review on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry. Parks Canada has now issued a notice of determination under the Impact Assessment Act which notes that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.

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.

Learn more about advertising with us by clicking the button below.

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.

Learn more about connecting with the City of Toronto by clicking the button below.

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