The Bloor Street East Neighbourhood Association represents Bloor St. East from Yonge to Parliament, Howard, Selby and Charles St. East; including Hayden, Ted Rogers Way, and Mount Pleasant Rd to the Rosedale Valley Rd.
We have started several large-scale projects and manage many public space improvement initiatives. Learn more about our work and ways for you to join your neighbourhood association.
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Please excuse our website’s limited content – we are in the process of upgrading our website to better serve our community. Please visit our Facebook or Twitter pages for more up-to-date information on what we are doing and how we are working to help improve our neighbourhood.
The Bloor Street East Neighbourhood Association represents Bloor Street East from Yonge Street to Parliament Street, Howard Street, Selby Street, and Charles Street East; including Hayden Street, Ted Rogers Way, and Mount Pleasant Road to Rosedale Valley Road.
The following map outlines the border of the Bloor East neighbourhood. If you are a resident, we urge you to learn more about BENA’s activities and to get involved.
In these and other issues relevant to our community, the BENA Board of Directors communicates, consults and acts to represent the Bloor Street East area’s interests to City Council and City Staff through the offices of Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27), Councillor Pam McConnell (Ward 28), MPP Glen Murray.
Monitoring Road and Traffic Conditions
BENA Initiatives include monitoring road and traffic conditions, developments affecting the Bloor Street East neighbourhood and community events. We urge you to get in touch with BENA if you have noticed any road and traffic issues.
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Toronto Centre Community Action Plan
We welcome your feedback
Our email is email@example.com. Please contact us to share your suggestions and anything you might have noticed in the neighbourhood.