Harbord Village Residents’ Association

The Harbord Village Residents’ Association (HVRA) represents people living in Toronto between Bloor, College, Spadina, and Bathurst Streets. This website displays the wide range of our past and current activities. Do join in!

HVRA board members October 2016About HVRA

See who represents you on the HVRA Board and how to reach them, with a map of our area. Browse full-colour PDF copies of our twice-yearly print newsletters. Find minutes of the monthly meetings, financial statements, the HVRA constitution, and an account of the Board’s history.

Picnickers and dog at HVRA Fall FairHVRA Events

The HVRA brings residents together in seasonal family-friendly events: the Fall Fair in September, the PumpkinFest on November 1, the Neighbourhood Yard Sale in May, and the Plant Fair in June. Two public meetings each year host relevant speakers.

Robert St. with new College St. condoAdvocacy Projects

The HVRA advocates for residents when issues need a coordinated response. Projects include Greening, Heritage protection, and urban issues such as graffiti, noise, and traffic. Our work on Development Issues now has its own section on the website. Its pages show how the HVRA helps residents deal with zoning issues, participates in City Planning studies and responds to major development proposals.

Families splashing in Central Tech poolOther Local Groups

HVRA connects with other volunteer groups that enhance neighbourhood life. The ones listed here sponsor weekend swims, support local parks, organize recreational activities, and coordinate a Farmers’ Market Wednesday afternoons from June to October.

Toronto city hallUseful Links for Life in Harbord Village

Contact information for our political representatives and notes on which City Hall department does what. Scan the page now to see what services are available, and refer back when you’re wondering whom to call for help.

Gail Misra at HVRA Membership tableMembership

Your yearly fee of $10 brings you regular email newsletters and gives you a vote at the twice-yearly general meetings. You can now join, renew, or donate online; or you can download a printable form and pay by cheque or cash.