Sunday, 28 February 2016

Coffee with a Cop


Join your neighbours and local police officers for coffee and conversation!

No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighbourhood!

41 Division Toronto Police Service For more information contact:
Constable Mark McCabe
416-808-4127 Constable Nick Nisavic: 416-808-4108

Sunday, 7 February 2016

9th Annual Family Sunday in The Beach

It may be a little outside the neighbourhood, but with Family Day fast approaching, we wanted to let you know about the 9th Annual Family Sunday in The Beach. According to the event page, “The theme of this years event is Fire & Ice – with interactive ice games, characters from the film Frozen, figure skating with fire, music, stilt walkers, themed inflatable bouncers, a photobooth and more!”

Saturday, 6 February 2016

Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) – February 2016 Minutes

You may not be aware that the community and the police have a close connection and communication through the Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC).

This committee is comprised of local citizens, private businesses, BIAs, neighbourhood associations, social service agencies and the like, working with 41 Division to keep up to date on community happenings and issues. Danforth Gardens Neighbourhood Association (DGNA) has a representative at these monthly meetings.

The meetings take place on the last Monday of each month generally at McGregor Park Community Centre unless otherwise posted from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.  Everyone is welcomed to join in the meetings. After three meetings, you may apply to become a registered CPLC member.

The Police and the Community need to work together to ensure the safety of our families, homes and properties, to improve communication.  The following is the first in an ongoing series of Minutes from the monthly CPLC meetings.

Please find below the minutes for the most recent meeting held in February 2016:

CPLC Feburary 2016 Minutes

Getting started: Let’s grow together

If you’re reading this, chances are you live in the neighbourhood (or maybe you’re thinking of moving here) and you want to see what we’re all about! Well first of all: welcome! We’re very happy to have you.

The DGNA has been formed to bring neighbours together to organize, socialize, run events and improve our community. This site contains information on those community events, as well as helpful links for those looking for support or services in the area. As we move forward, we’ll continue to post more information here but you can also sign up for our newsletter if you’re interested in the latest news.

Before you go, don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter and then c’mon over to our Facebook group and say, “Hi!”

Thanks for stopping by, and looking forward to seeing you at our next community event!

-The Danforth Gardens Community Association