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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Purchase an Annual Membership

Your $15 annual membership contributes to the West Rouge Community Association's community initiatives and helps make life even better in West Rouge. 

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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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Community Consultation Meeting - 7437 Kingston Road

The City's Planning Division has received an application to amend the Zoning By-law to permit construction of two 11-storey buildings at 7437 Kingston Road. The proposed development would contain 446 residential units (including 5 live-work units), 500 vehicle parking spaces and 400 bicycle parking spaces. 

The Virtual Consultation Meeting will allow residents to participate in discussion about the proposed development, which will include an overview of the development application and the planning review process, opportunities to ask questions and provide feedback, and next steps for the proposal.

The meeting will be held on December 9, 2020 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

For additional information about the Community Consultation Meeting including instructions on joining the virtual meeting, please click the button below. 

City of Toronto Enters Lockdown in Province's COVID-19 Response Framework

Due to rising cases of COVID-19, effective Monday, November 23, 2020, the City of Toronto will be placed in lockdown in accordance with the Province's COVID-19 Response Framework. 

Learn more about these regional restrictions by clicking the button below. 

Durham-Scarborough Bus Rapid Transit

Metrolinx is working on a plan to design a bus rapid transit corridor between Oshawa and Scarborough. 

The rapid transit corridor will feature dedicated lanes for buses, 5-minute service during peak times, smart traffic signals to support smoother traffic flow, and connections to the TTC, Durham Region Transit, and GO Transit. 

A Public Information Centre will be occurring virtually from November 16, 2020 through December 18, 2020.


For more information about the plan and to participate in the virtual Public Information Centre, please click the button below. 

Proposed Waste Processing Plant on Coronation Drive

Coronation Organics is proposing to build a large waste processing plant at 633 Coronation Drive. The Community Association is working with other area Associations to object to the proposal. 

Read the media release to learn more about the project and the Community Association's objections. Read the joint letter of objection submitted by the Community Associations of southeast Scarborough to the Province regarding the proposal.

A petition has been created opposing the plant. Click the button below to view the petition. 

Automated Shuttle Trial in West Rouge

The City of Toronto, TTC, and Metrolinx are working towards launching a trial public transit service to connect West Rouge residents to and from Rouge Hill GO station using an automated shuttle.​ The automated shuttle trial is expected to begin operating in the spring of 2021. 

Learn more about the Automated Shuttle Trial 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.

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