Browse through this alphabetical listing and learn more about Toronto’s BIAs.

Queen Street West BIA is located along Queen Street West from Simcoe Street to Bathurst Street.

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The BIA is made up of retail stores (more than 50 per cent of businesses in the area), many of which are fashion-focused, as well as restaurants, cafes, bars, and service-oriented businesses.

BIA Contact:
416-801-5910
queenstreetto@gmail.com

Councillor:
Joe Cressy, Ward 10 – Spadina-Fort York

Regal Heights Village BIA is located along St. Clair Avenue West between Winona Drive and Westmount Avenue.

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Established in 2000 (as the former St. Clair West BIA), the Regal Heights Village BIA is made up of retail stores, restaurants, cafes and service-providing businesses.

BIA Contact:
437-235-1299
contact@regalheightsvillage.com

Councillor:
Ana Bailão, Ward 9 – Davenport

Riverside District BIA is located along Queen Street East from the East Don Roadway to Empire Avenue.

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The BIA was established in 1980. Rich in history, green spaces and public art, the BIA includes over 100 unique eateries, retails shops, boutiques and a range of professional services. The BIA is home to many attractions such as De Grassi Street, the Riverside bridge – illuminated nightly in dynamic colours – The Broadview Hotel, and The Opera House.

BIA Contact:
416-466-8167
office@riverside-to.com

Councillors:
Paula Fletcher, Ward 14 – Toronto-Danforth

Rogers Road BIA was established in 2019. It is bounded by Weston Road to the west and Bronoco Avenue to the east, and the area along Keele Street, south to Lavender Road.

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BIA Contact:

rogersroadbia@outlook.com

Councillors:

Frances Nunziata, Ward 5 – York South-Weston
Ana Bailão, Ward 9 – Davenport

Roncesvalles Village BIA is located along Roncesvalles Avenue from Queen Street West to Boustead Avenue.

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Established in BIA in 1985, the BIA is comprised of retail shops, restaurants and delis – with some still reflecting the area’s Polish heritage – as well as cafes, bakeries, pubs, and a range of healthcare and other professional services. The annual Roncesvalles Polish Festival has taken place in the neighbourhood every September since 2005, drawing upwards of 300,000 people who come to enjoy live entertainment, food and family activities. In June, we celebrate our local music, arts, community and entrepreneurial spirit at Roncy Rocks.

BIA Contact:
416-537-2701
info@roncesvallesvillage.ca

Councillor:
Gord Perks, Ward 4 – Parkdale-High Park

Rosedale Main Street BIA is located along Yonge Street between Crescent Road in the south and Woodlawn Avenue in the north.

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Rosedale Main Street BIA represents one of Toronto’s most historic and finest communities fusing art, wellness, restaurants, cafes and boutiques. The BIA represents more than 180 businesses from Woodlawn Avenue to Ramsden Park along Toronto’s prominent Yonge Street. The BIA is led by a team of committed volunteer board members who strive to continue to make Rosedale the premier destination to live, shop and visit. The BIA hosts the annual Cavalcade of Lights Tree Lighting Festival in November, and the Rosedale Art Fair in June.

BIA Contact:
647-342-0821
info@rosedalemainstreet.ca

Councillors:
Mike Layton, Ward 11 – University-Rosedale
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s

Sheppard East Village BIA is located along Sheppard Avenue East from Midland Avenue to Markham Road.

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Established in 2007, the BIA has more than 500 members and is largely made up of retail stores, restaurants, professional offices and many other service providers.

BIA Contact:
416-607-5399
ernie@sevbia.com

Councillor:
Cynthia Lai, Ward 23 – Scarborough North

shoptheQueensway.com BIA is located along The Queensway from Parklawn Road to just west of Kipling Avenue.

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The BIA is largely made up of restaurants, cafes and retail stores, as well as a range of personal service providers.

BIA Contact:
info@shoptheQueensway.com

Councillor:
Mark Grimes, Ward 3 – Etobicoke-Lakeshore

St. Clair Gardens BIA is located on St. Clair Avenue West from McRoberts Avenue to just west of Old Weston Road.

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Established in 1985, the BIA is mainly comprised of retail stores and various service-providing businesses. The BIA hosts the annual Corn Fest on St. Clair community event.

BIA Contact:
416-628-8269
info@stclairgardens-bia.com

Councillor:
Ana Bailão, Ward 9 – Davenport

St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA, located in Old Town, extends from Richmond Street East and/or Britain Street in the north to Lakeshore Boulevard in the south, and from Yonge Street and/or Victoria Street in the west to Parliament Street in the east.

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Established in 1994, the BIA is made up of restaurants, cafes and food vendors – many located withing the historic St. Lawrence Market complex – as well as professional and personal service providers, retail stores, health and wellness providers, and performance arts venues. The area is the site of several annual events, including Music and Movies in St. James Park, Feast of St. Lawrence, Bard in Berczy, Berczy Beats, 1812 Legacy Project and Cavalcade of Lights.

BIA Contact:
416-410-9242
info@stlawrencemarketbia.ca

Councillors:
Joe Cressy, Ward 10 – Spadina-Fort York
Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 13 – Toronto Centre

The Beach BIA is located along Queen Street East from Lockwood Road to Neville Park Road.

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The BIA is located on Queen Street East in Toronto’s famous Beach neighbourhood. The area boasts a significant number of businesses that are independently owned and operated; including many retail shops and boutiques, restaurants and cafes, service-providing businesses, and health and wellness providers. The BIA hosts a number of annual events, including Movie Nights in the Park, and Halloween on Queen.

BIA Contact:
416-693-2242
office@thebeachvillage.com

Councillor:
Brad Bradford, Ward 19 – Beaches-East York

The Eglinton Way BIA is located along Eglinton Avenue West between Oriole Parkway and Chaplin Crescent.

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The BIA is made up of retail shops and boutiques, food vendors, cafes, health and wellness practitioners, and professional service providers.

BIA Contact:
416-487-3294
info@theeglintonway.com

Councillors:
Mike Colle, Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s

The Kingsway BIA is located along Bloor Street West between Prince Edward Drive and Mimico Creek.

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Established in 1973 (and expanded in 2003), The Kingsway BIA is a mix of specialty shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes, a preserved theatre, professional and medical services, and events throughout the year that bring families and the community together.

BIA Contact:
416-239-8243
info@thekingsway.ca

Councillor:
Mark Grimes, Ward 3 – Etobicoke-Lakeshore

The Waterfront BIA is mainly centred along Queen’s Quay West from Yonge Street to Stadium Road, and includes the Toronto Islands.

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Established in 2004, the Waterfront BIA supports the continued growth of the waterfront as a premier destination that is well-connected to the rest of the city and is beautiful, clean and vibrant year-round. BIA activities include representing the area on key policy and advocacy issues, making targeted public realm improvements, and highlighting the area’s vibrancy with activations and daily promotion online.

For background information on the boundary expansion of The Waterfront BIA see staff report and City Council decision.

BIA Contact:
416-596-9821
info@waterfrontbia.com

Councillor:
Joe CressyWard 10 – Spadina-Fort York

Toronto Downtown West BIA generally extends from Richmond Street West to Lakeshore Boulevard, and from Spadina Avenue to Simcoe Street and/or west of York Street.

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The BIA is comprised of many entertainment, culture and sports-related enterprises. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Roy Thomson Hall, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre are all located in the area. The BIA also includes restaurants, bars, nightclubs and hotels, as well as a range of service-oriented businesses.

BIA Contact:
416-926-1337
info@tdwbia.ca

Councillor:
Joe CressyWard 10 – Spadina-Fort York

Trinity Bellwoods BIA is located along Dundas Street West from Bathurst Street to Grace Street.

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Established in 2007, the BIA is made up of retail shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, and service-providing businesses. The BIA hosts the annual Do Design event in January – when storefronts on Dundas Street West become exhibition venues for design objects – and Film Nights in Trinity Bellwoods Park in the summer.

BIA Contact:
tribellondundas@gmail.com

Councillors:
Joe CressyWard 10 – Spadina-Fort York
Mike Layton, Ward 11 – University-Rosedale

Upper Upper Village BIA is located along Eglinton Avenue West between Bathurst Street and Strathearn Road.

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Established in 1983, the BIA is made up of retail shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and service-oriented businesses.

BIA Contact:
416-785-0111
uppervillageto@gmail.com

Councillors:
Mike Colle, Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s

Uptown Yonge BIA is located along Yonge Street from Roehampton Avenue in the south to Glengrove Avenue West and Glengowan Road in the north.

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Established in 2005, the BIA is made up of retail stores, restaurants, pubs, health and wellness practitioners and service-oriented businesses.

BIA Contact:
416-985-4924
website@uptownyonge.com

Councillors:
Mike Colle, Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s
Jaye Robinson, Ward 15 – Don Valley West

Village of Islington BIA is generally located along Dundas Street West from Montgomery Road to Kipling Avenue

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Established in 1986, the BIA is made up of retail stores, health and wellness providers, restaurants, pubs, and a range of professional and personal service businesses. The Village of Islington is home to 28 murals depicting the area’s history, some of which were created with a grant from the City of Toronto’s Mural Street Art Program. The BIA organizes walking tours of these murals.

BIA Contact:
647-703-4802
info@villageofislington.com

Councillors:
Stephen Holyday, Ward 2 – Etobicoke Centre
Mark Grimes, Ward 3 – Etobicoke-Lakeshore

West Queen West BIA is located along Queen Street West between Bathurst Street and Gladstone Avenue.

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Established in 2005, the BIA is made up of retail stores (more than half of all businesses in the area) specializing in fashion, design and style. It also includes restaurants, cafes and galleries. More than 400 businesses are part of the BIA.

BIA Contact:
416-820-2727
web@westqueenwest.ca

Councillors:
Ana Bailão, Ward 9 – Davenport
Joe Cressy, Ward 10 – Spadina-Fort York

Weston Village BIA is located along Weston Road between Wilby Crescent and Church Street.

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Established in 1979 – one of the oldest Business Improvement Areas in Toronto – Weston Village BIA  is comprised of retail stores, restaurants and professional and personal service providers. The BIA hosts the annual Santa Claus Parade as well as a weekly farmer’s market that runs from May through October.

For background information on the boundary expansion of Weston Village BIA see staff report and City Council decision.

BIA Contact:
416-249-0691
admin@westonvillagebia.com

Councillor:
Frances Nunziata, Ward 5 – York South-Weston

Wexford Heights BIA is located along Lawrence Avenue East from Victoria Park Avenue to Beacon Road west of Birchmount Road.

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Established in 2004, the BIA is made up of retail shops, restaurants and food vendors – many offering Middle Eastern cuisine – as well as professional and personal service-providing businesses. The BIA hosts the annual Taste of Lawrence, an event featuring food, live entertainment and family activities that draws upwards of 100,000 attendees.

Contact:
416-288-1718
wexfordbia@rogers.com

Councillors:
Michael Thompson, Ward 21 – Scarborough Centre

Wilson Village BIA is primarily located along Wilson Avenue from Transit Road to just west of Keele Street, extending south to Highway 401 and north to Carl Hall Road where it incorporates part of Downsview Airport.

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Established in 2013, the BIA is made up of restaurants, retail stores and service providers – more than 260 businesses in total.

BIA Contact:
647-349-2424
info@wilsonbia.com

Councillor:
James Pasternak, Ward 6 – York Centre

Wychwood Heights BIA is located along St. Clair West Avenue from east of Hilton Avenue to Humewood Avenue west of Christie Street.

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Established in 2002, the BIA is made up of retail stores, restaurants, health and wellness practitioners, and a range of service-providing businesses.

BIA Contact:
info@wychwoodheights.ca

Councillor:
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s

Yonge & St. Clair BIA consists of the area along Yonge Street bounded by Woodlawn Avenue to the south and Heath Street to the north, and the area along St. Clair Avenue from Avoca Avenue in the east to Avenue Road in the west.

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For background information on the establishment of Yonge & St. Clair BIA see staff report and City Council decision.

BIA Contact:
416-551-2523
info@yongestclair.ca

Councillors:
Mike Layton, Ward 11 – University-Rosedale
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s

Yonge Lawrence Village BIA is located along Yonge Street from south of Lawrence Avenue to Donwoods Drive.

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Established in 2001, the Yonge Lawrence Village BIA is comprised of owner-operated shops and services plus some of Toronto’s best restaurants. The BIA hosts the annual Village Day & Sidewalk, and has undertaken a number of streetscaping Initiatives including decorative pole banners, benches, hanging flower baskets and decorative lights attached to hydro poles.

BIA Contact:
647-255-8834
info@ylvbia.com

Councillors:
Mike Colle, Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence
Jaye Robinson, Ward 15 – Don Valley West

York-Eglinton BIA is located along Eglinton Avenue West between Marlee Avenue and Dufferin Street, and along the east side of Dufferin Street from Eglinton Avenue to Whitmore Avenue.

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Established in 1981, the BIA is made up of retail shops, restaurants and service-providers – many of which reflect the area’s Caribbean and Italian cultural connections. The BIA hosts an annual International Street Festival in August as well as the Celebrate Winter event.

BIA Contact:
416-789-1835
info@yorkbia.com

Councillors:
Mike Colle, Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence
Josh Matlow, Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s