Residents’ Associations are non-political community groups with an interest in neighbourhood issues. The various Associations meet regularly at neighbourhood locations, such as schools and churches, to discuss matters of local concern. When required, Residents’ Associations work with the City to assist on matters such as traffic, zoning, parks and recreation initiatives and social issues. Meetings are open to all neighbourhood residents. For more information, please contact the Residents’ Association in your area.

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Residents’ Associations

1– Connaught Heights Residents' Association
Mike Bohn - President
email:
website: connaughtheightsnwr.blogspot.com

2 - West End Residents’ Association
Elmer Rudolph – President (phone: 604-521-3346)
Gavin McLeod - Secretary/Treasurer
email:
website: mywestend.blogspot.com

3 - Moody Park Residents’ Association
Christopher Bell – President
email:

4 - Glenbrooke North Residents’ Association
Mike Folka - President
Marya McLellan – Secretary
email:
website: glenbrookenorth.ca

5– Massey Victory Heights Residents’ Association
Jason Lesage – President
email:
website: masseyvictoryheights.com

6 – Brow of the Hill Residents’ Association
Nadine Nakagawa, President
email:
website: browofthehill.ca

7 – Queen’s Park Residents’ Association
Kathleen Langstroth – President
email:
website: QPRA.org

8 – McBride-Sapperton Residents’ Association
Catherine Cartwright – President
email:
website: mcbridesapperton.org

9 - Quayside Community Board*
Vickie Turvey – President
email:
Website: quaysideboard.com

10 – Downtown Residents’ Association
Diane Butler – President
email:
website: nwdra.org

11- Queensborough Residents’ Association
Laurie David Moore – Acting President
email:
website: qbresidents.wordpress.com

*Please note that the Quayside Community Board is made up of elected strata representatives from the Quayside community.
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