About the HVRA

Residents in our area came together in the late 1960s to save the neighbourhood from the Spadina Expressway. Other organizations then formed to ensure the area would stay a good place to live. Since 2000, the Harbord Village Residents’ Association has been doing that work. Dedicated volunteers serve as Board members, and many of the 600 people on the membership list take leadership roles in HVRA events and projects. Let us know how you would like to join in!

HVRA board members October 2016Contact Us

The HVRA mailing address, and names and positions for all Board members, with contact information. See everybody in the Board photo and find out who’s who. Use the map to find your area and area representative.

HVRA Newsletter cover Fall 2015Newsletters

A collection of our twice-yearly print Newsletters since Fall 2004. They’re here in full colour as PDF files that you can read onscreen or download.

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Minutes of the HVRA Board monthly meetings, where Board members report on ongoing activities, plan upcoming events, and discuss issues and concerns. You can trace who did what back to 2006.

snip of financial statement used as imageFinancial Statements

The current Budget file, used by the Board for planning purposes, and Financial Statements presented to the membership for approval at each year’ AGM.

Image of page from HVRA ConstitutionConstitution

The HVRA constitution and by-laws, updated regularly. Board members are also guided by an expectations agreement. Position descriptions are appended for each Board position and several standing committees.

Richard Gilbert holding his Community Builder award, presented by Tim Grant and Gus Sinclair at the 2015 HVRA Spring MeetingAssociation History

The Residents’ Association story since 1991 as told by Gus Sinclair, a past chair who has been here the whole time. He describes challenges and successes based on the concerted work of volunteers.