This website has been created by the Grange Park Advisory Committee (GPAC) to share information about Grange Park and its revitalization project.

Grange Park is a beautiful and historic greenspace located between Beverley and McCaul Streets, south of Dundas. Like many inner city parks, it is in need of special care to return it to its natural beauty. The local community has taken the lead to work with the Art Gallery of Ontario, the City of Toronto and other neighbouring organizations to restore and revitalize Grange Park.

Vision for Grange Park:

β€œTo undertake a restoration and revitalization plan that will make Grange Park green, strikingly beautiful, resilient, sustainable and accessible. To create a park that is interactive as well as a place for contemplation. To create a park that welcomes all neighbours, residents and visitors to our community by utilizing design excellence, state of the art conservation techniques and outstanding works of art.”

Upcoming Meeting

Grange Park Revitalization Project
Community Open House/Meeting

Tuesday April 22, 2014
6:30 – 7:30 pm Open House
7:30– 8:30 pm Meeting/Q&A

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)
317 Dundas Street West

Please come to this community open house/meeting to learn more about the Grange Park Revitalization Project and provide your feedback as we work together to create a beautiful and healthy Grange Park!

Presented by the Grange Park Advisory Committee (GPAC)

In co-operation with the:
Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)
Grange Community Association (GCA)
Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCADU)
St. George the Martyr Church
University Settlement
Councillor Adam Vaughan

Mandarin and Cantonese interpretation will be available at the meeting.