Roncy Reduces

RVBIA - Archive2019, Greening, In The News, Our Roncesvalles, Project, Special Events, Uncategorised

Roncy Reduces is a community waste reduction initiative in the Roncesvalles area that was launched by 20 local parents at the beginning of this year. Their goal is to reduce single-use plastics and packaging in our neighbourhood by encouraging both consumers and businesses to practice waste reduction together. They have invited neighbourhood businesses to participate by displaying their Roncy Reduces/BYO sticker … Read More

Annual Spring Clean Up

RVBIA - Archive2019, Community News, Project

On April 28th, join over 200,000 residents, students, businesses, organizations and communities as we clean Toronto together for the 16th annual spring cleanup! The Roncesvalles Village BIA & RoncyWorks will be hosting the Roncesvalles Avenue Community Clean Up. We will be encouraging BIA members to clean in front of their businesses on the sidewalk and their back laneway. We will be inviting … Read More

South End Reconstruction on Roncesvalles: POSTPONED

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Aerial view of planned construction Zones at south end of Roncesvalles and the Queensway.

UPDATE FEBRUARY 21ST, 2019: Please take note that the South End Construction and the work to adjust the TTC ramps that was scheduled to start March 31st, has been postponed until 2020. The email from Councillor Gord Perks below provides the details on this decision. ** Hello, I just received the latest update on King- Queensway-Queen-Roncesvalles Project from Chief Engineer, … Read More

Get Ready For the Holidays on RONCY!

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—– GET READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS ON RONCY —– HOLIDAY PROMOTIONS & ACTIVITIES ALL SEASON LONG SPOT THE RONCY REINDEER HOLIDAY CONTEST Throughout December… Spot, Snap & Share a photo of a reindeer from a Roncesvalles shop window or winter garden for a chance to win one of three $50 gift certificates. Tag it #roncyreindeer on Instagram and Facebook Or send … Read More

Mural Painting Underway at Garden and Roncesvalles

RVBIA - Archive2018, Beautification, Community News, Project

In partnership with StreetARToronto, we commissioned artists Philip Cote and Jim Thierry Bravo to collaborate on a mural for Roncesvalles Village.  In the cool hours of the day, you’ll find them painting the wall on the north east side of Roncesvalles and Garden Ave. They will work through July until finished. The official launch will be on October 20, 2018. … Read More

Request for Proposals

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Website Re-Design and Development The Roncesvalles Village BIA is seeking proposals for the re-design and development of our new website. Responses are due no later than July 10 at 4 p.m. Project Overview Our website’s primary objective is to promote Roncesvalles Avenue — its commerce, events, amenities, community and culture — thereby sustaining our thriving main street, driving consumer traffic … Read More

Meet Abby Bushby

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Meet Abby Bushby To mark Garden Days 2018, the Roncesvalles Village BIA is showcasing the dedicated community members who maintain our sidewalk gardens and beautify our vibrant street. Abby Bushby is the Chair the Friends of Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden organization. She maintains the Peace Garden located at the eastern corner of Roncy and Dundas. The Peace Garden was constructed … Read More

Mural Artists to Unveil Preliminary Design Elements at Roncy Rocks for Community Feedback

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After two community consultations, the preliminary design elements for the new mural will be presented by artists Philip Cote and Jim Thierry Bravo at Roncy Rocks on June 9. at 1:30 pm. They  will be on hand to discuss their components with community members until 3:30 pm. The community consultation will take place at the site of the future mural … Read More