About Us

Who, What, Why

For residents to have a stronger voice in the community, since 2010

The Cityplace Residents Association (CPRA) is a volunteer community group with no membership fees from either individuals or condominiums. We have a 9-member executive board of directors, and all our activities are curated and organized by dedicated community volunteers who donate their time, experience and expertise to build a cohesive and vibrant neighbourhood. We welcome engagement by all. The Cityplace Residents Association strives to improve the quality of life for residents and encourages a sense of pride in our community.

If you live at any of the addresses and streets that intersect with Front Street West (Blue Jays Way including Rogers Centre Area), Spadina Ave (East on Bremner to Reese St, and West on Fort York Blvd to Bathurst), and Lakeshore Blvd and Bathurst Street, you are a member of the CityPlace Residents Association.

We are working behind the scenes to make community happen

CityPlace is one of the largest high density vertical neighbourhoods in the heart of the city. As a relatively new community, we organized and formed the CPRA to create a stronger voice for residents, since 2010. CPRA collaborates with residents, the BIA, and other community partners to organize events to create a sense of community. It also bring concerns forward to our elected officials that have an impact on our community. As a group it aims to be an effective voice in our community.


To be a voice and advocate for residents of the CityPlace community.


To collaborate with appropriate groups (e.g. business, law enforcement, recreational, community and environmental) on matters of interest to CityPlace residents.


To foster an environment where residents feel connected to our community.


To consult and work with local electorates on issues that impact the CityPlace community.


To become a forum to engage our residents and raise awareness on community
activities, issues or concerns.