What's Happening Now In Lawrence Park
Executive Summary The Lawrence Park Road Safety Plan (The Plan) will improve the safety of everyone who lives, works, or plays...More
If you care about noise levels in Toronto, please be aware and save the date February 26, 2018 Licensing and Standards Committee meeting Toronto...More
After almost four years, the City has completed the study report for the Lawrence Park Neighbourhood Road & Stormwater Management...More
Public Safety Alert 53 Division of Toronto Police report that they are pleased with community response to the LPRA newsletter issued...More
Friends of Alexander Muir Park 'Friends of Alexander Muir Park' is an all volunteer community initiative created to address years of...More
Police Services Meeting on February 20, 2018 There will be a community meeting with Police Services on February 20, 2018. This...More
Cheltenham ice rink is open! Come skate in Cheltenham Park! What a great way to get your kids off the couch and screen…...More
The next LPRA Annual General Meeting is tentatively scheduled for October 2018. ...More
LP of the Future
Parks and Trees
The Lawrence Park Ratepayers’ Association (LPRA) serves the residents of Lawrence Park, Toronto, in the area bounded by Lawrence Avenue East, Blythwood Road, Yonge Street and Bayview Avenue. (See map).
Every resident in the area is eligible to be a member. Residents are encouraged to become supporting members to defray the cost of newsletters and administration and to support the work of the association on issues such as advocating for responsible development, maintaining our parks and trees, welcoming new neighbours and more. Supporting members may vote at the Annual General Meeting (one vote per household).
Become a Supporting Member…
The work of the LPRA is supported by contributions from our residents. Please become a supporting member, or renew your annual supporting membership online using our secure PayPal server: $50 for one year or $140 for three years. Or, if you prefer, download and print the membership form and send it in with your cheque by mail.