Welcome to Summerhill

*** Our lovely little fair is just 3 weeks away!  

And back by popular demand—the costume jewellery table at the Summerhill Fair June 8. And this year we’re adding never used or gently used purses. It’s fun for everyone to get a real bargain, and the proceeds are all for the Fair.

Please go through your drawers and drop off that jewellery you never wear and those purse mistakes.  There’s a box waiting on the porch at 113 Summerhill Ave. 


The Organizing Committee

  • Saturday, June 8: THE SUMMERHILL FAIR. For more details click on the Community Events tab at the top of this page and click here.
  • June 1: Safe Rail Family Fundraiser: Garage Sale & Hoop-a-thon. From 10am-3:30pm at 44 McMurray Avenue, Toronto. For more details click on the Safe Rail tab on the left.

  • May 31: Toronto Ravine Revitalization: University of Toronto: Eric Davies: Re-Wilding Toronto: The Billion-Dollar Dream. 

    Come out to hear what promises to be a fascinating talk about Toronto’s ravines. Eric Davies, PhD candidate at the Faculty of Forestry, has been featured in local and international media. Come meet the man with a plan to change the Toronto Ravines into a veritable Louvre of biodiversity. Location: UFT, St. George Campus, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street from 12-1pm

  • May 27: Town Hall on Doug Ford's Bill 108 (the OMB is back). For more information click here.

  • May 27: The final Shaftesbury Salon Series concert for this season. It will be held in the atrium of 21 Shaftesbury Avenue at 7.30 p.m. For more information please visit the community events tab at the top of the page. 

  • May 23, 24, 25: The Summerhill Players Musical Fundraiser, 'NaughtyHam'.  The Show this year is a hilarious rendition of Robin Hood performed in the spirit of Monty Python. The cast is performing at the Isabel Bader Theatre. Proceeds of our ticket sales go directly to support a registered charity, Childhood Now (childhoodnow.ca), which is an arts-based program giving at-risk children in Northern Canadian and African communities the opportunity to experience the magic of the arts. $42 tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here!! https://summerhillnaughtyham.eventbrite.ca Password is: maiden.

  • May 16: Reservoir Update #20 on exterior work. For more information click here..


  • May: Ravine Update: please click on the Ravine Appeal tab on the left for more information

  • May 10: Mike Layton May Newsletter: Child Care Cuts, Inclusionary Zoning, Ravine Working Group & more. Click here for more information

  • May 3: Statement: Doug Ford bring back OMB, handing planning over to wealthy developers. For more information  click here.

  • April 13: Toronto City: Saturday work. The contractor will be resuming construction work on the reservoir exterior on Saturdays, starting tomorrow April 13 (weather dependent) to the end of the year. 

  • April Update from Josh Matlow: click here

  • April 12: Reservoir Update #19: The contractor will be resuming construction work on the reservoir on Saturdays, starting tomorrow April 13, weather dependent.

  • March 27: Update #18: Public presentation material and tree removal. Click here for more information.

  • March 6: Update #17: A New design for David A Balfour Park please click here.

  • March 6: Mike Layton News: His plan for a dedicated transit and transportation fund. Click here for more information.

  • March: Councillor Josh Matlow's Community and City Hall Update. To view please click here

  • February 15: Josh Matlow: Take Action: Sign the Petition to Save Our Subway. To view please click here.

  • Federation of North Toronto Residents Association (FONTRA): Letter to City Hall regarding the 2019 City of Toronto Budget to view please click here.

  • City of Toronto: Rosehill Reservoir presentation given to SRA at their AGM on January 23, 2019. To view please click here.

  • New Instagram page for SRA. Follow us @ mediasummerhill.

  • January 17: Update #16 Revised Construction Schedule – Phase 2A and 2B. For more details please click on the Rosehill Reservoir tab on the left.

  • City of Toronto Public Consultations: Noise Bylaw Review The City of Toronto is reviewing the Noise Bylaw and wants to hear from you! The review aims to introduce updates that reflect our growing and vibrant city, while enhancing the noise standards that protect the residents of Toronto. For more details please click on the tab 'City Issues' at the top of the page.