City Resources

We encourage BIA members and local citizens to engage with their community.

With this in mind, listed below is information that we think you’ll find helpful.


What’s the 311?

Need to tell the City what’s up? 311 Toronto is there to assist with a multitude of city-related issues.

These include waste collection, bins, roads, graffiti and litter, trees and animals, water, and other complaints and comments.  Everyone can help keep our neighborhood clean and green.

Other direct lines:

  1. TTC General Info: 416-392-7906
  2. TTC Customer Service: 416-393-3030
  3. Toronto Police (non-emergency): 416-808-5300
  4. Toronto Parking Enforcement: 416-808-6600
  5. Green P Parking: 416-3937275

Metrolinx Contact Information


Metrolinx welcomes your comments and questions!

West Community Office, 1848 Eglinton Ave West | 416-782-2847

City Councillors



Councillor Josh Matlow – Ward 22 (South Side)

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen Street West, Suite A17
Toronto, ON  M5H 2N2
Phone: 416-392-7906
Fax: 416-392-0124 |

Councillor Christin Charmichael Greb – Ward 16 (South Side)

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen Street West, Suite B32
Toronto, ON  M5H 2N2
Phone: 416-392-4030
Fax: 416-392-4124 |

Members of Provincial Parliament

The Honourable Eric Hoskins – Toronto St. Pauls

Constituency Office 803 St. Claire Avenue West
Toronto, ON  M6C 1B9
Phone: 416-327-4300
Fax: 416-326-4300 |


The Honourable Michael Colle – Eglinton – Lawrence

Constituency Office 2882 Dufferin Street
Toronto, ON  M6B 3S6
Phone: 416-781-2395
Fax: 416-781-4116 |

Members of Federal Parliament

The Honourable Carolyn Bennett – Toronto St. Pauls

Constituency Office 1650 Yonge Street Suite 103
Toronto, ON  M4T 2A2
Phone: 416-952-3990
Fax: 416-952-3995 |

The Honourable Marco Mendicino – Eglinton – Lawrence

Constituency Office 511 Lawrence Avenue West
Toronto, ON  M6A 1A3
Phone: 416-781-5583
Fax: 416-781-5586 |

Mail may be sent postage-free to any Member of  Federal Parliament.

Commercial Façade Improvement Program for BIAs

The City of Toronto will match 50% of the cost of commercial façade improvements up to a maximum of $10,000.

Awesome! Funds are awarded on a first come first served basis.

Residents Associations

Oriole Parkway Residents Association 

Cooperation and consensus are at the heart of this residents association’s mandate. Oriole Park residents can get in touch with any issues relating to property and residency in the area.

The Eglinton Way Residents Group

Stay in touch with the word on the street by joining The Eglinton Way Residents Group on Facebook!

 Avenue Road and Eglinton Community Association (ARECA) 

ARECA is a not-for-profit community association that is governed by board of elected volunteers. The organization, which has been active since the 1970s, has worked on behalf of the residents at Avenue Road and Eglinton on a variety of issues.