Maryvale Community Association
"Our Association's mission is to cultivate informed residents through active involvement in Maryvale and enhance our environment, with a harmonious community voice."
Next Community Meeting:
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 7pm-8pm - Location TBD
During non-Covid times meetings are held at Maryvale Public Library in their meeting room.
Maryvale Public Library Expansion Update
The libary expansion plans have been passed by council, with help from Michael Thompson. Feedback outreach to schools, daycare, community centre and groups like MCA including local residents resulted in many voices heard, with space being the major issue raised. In the latest plans, expect to see a lot of windows, more seating, more computers, more outlets and tables for study space, larger teen and children zones, hands on interactive activities, program room for larger meetings of small groups (15-20) . The library opening is planned for end of 2021, beginning of 2022. Formal contruction is out for tender to find the building contractor. The renovation start date is dependent on bid process and city/contractor's coordination schedule.
Pop-up Adventure Playground
Held in April and September
Maryvale Park Playground and Tennis Courts Upgrade
Support of the Youth Philadelphia Service Trip Fundraising
Shade tree planting in Maryvale Park
Support of Heritage Tree designation in the neighbourhood
Support of Health Fair held by Parkway Bible Church
Newsletter for the Community
Community Improvement - WexPOPS in Wexford Heights Plaza parking lot
City of Toronto
Toronto Snow Clearing Plan: toronto.ca/snow
Toronto Police Services: Know Your Rights Informational Video
Maryvale is part of City Ward 21 Councillor: Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson
KEEP OUR ENVIRONMENT CLEAN
Keep our neighbourhood parks and streets clean.
It takes 1 month for a paper bag to decompose.
It takes 2 months for cardboard to decompose.
It takes 10 to 12 months for cigarette butts to decompose.
It takes 50 years for foam plastic cups to decompose.
It takes 400 years for plastic bottles to decompose,
It takes 200 to 1000 years for plastic bottles to decompose.