Category: Parks


CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl – Thank You and Survey

The CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl has been very successful and the buzz and vibrancy of the event was one that can only be described as awesome/awe inspiring. Photos of the event can be accessed Here and a video highlight created by one of the event’s sponsors can be accessed Here

We would greatly value your feedback through this 2 min survey.

Your feedback will help us improve our understanding of how our annual Halloween crawl can be improved in the future.

To start the survey, please click ONCE on the link below:

Please complete the survey by Wednesday, November 14th, 2018. If you would like to contact us or experience any problems accessing the survey, please email


CityPlace Janes Walk

CityPlace Discovery Walk – Living & Thinking Vertical

Thanks to everyone who participated in the CityPlace Jane’s Walk in the CityPlace Community on Saturday, May 5th. Inspired by reknown urbanist Jane Jacobs, Jane’s Walk is a series of walking tours designed for individuals to better understand the cities in which they live, work, or play.

Our Janes Walk was themed “CityPlace Discovery Walk – Living & Thinking Vertical”. The event looked at many aspects of this vibrant high rise vertical community and future possibilities for a family friendly downtown neighbourhood

Thanks to the CityPlace Jane’s Walk co-leads, Danielle Culp, Pegah Abhari, Vickey Simovic-Jankovic, Kumail Raza and many other community members who joined the walk.

Thanks also to Jane’s Walk staff Erin Kang and Alia Scanlon for promotional support of the event.


CPRA Letter of Support for Rail Deck Park


CPRA Letter of Support for Rail Deck Park


Dear Executive Committee,

The CityPlace Residents Association is excited about the possibilities that the building of Rail Deck Park would open to residents. We envision Rail Deck Park as a multidimensional green space that provides access to the waterfront, spaces for recreation, a performance arts outdoor gathering place among a multitude of mixed uses for this new park.

The need for green space for recreation in our neighbourhood is a priority, and Rail Deck Park would provide for a variety of uses along with a versatility that will allow it to be rated among the best spaces in enhancing the livability of residents of our community.

The built environment of nice green spaces that serves a variety of purposes will enable seamless access and connection to the waterfront.

We strongly urge the executive committee of the council of the city of Toronto to accelerate the timeframes necessary to make this park a reality.

We strongly support the building of the Rail Deck Park.

Gary Pieters
CityPlace Residents Association