Welcome to The Cabbagetown Preservation Association.
The CPA was founded in 1989 to preserve the architectural integrity and historic character of the Cabbagetown neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cabbagetown is one of the largest areas of continuous, preserved Victorian housing in North America.
What's new at the CPA?
|Spring 2013 Newsletter||
Spruce Court: 100 Years; CPA Annual General Meeting; Eden Smith; Garden Tour; Renovating: What You Need to Know; 2013 Walking Tours
|Streetscapes in Bloom||
A great Cabbagetown tradition: gardening!
Digitized information on your property.
|CPA Survey Results||
Results of the fall 2012 CPA Community Survey.
|Fall 2012 Newsletter||
CPA Night, November 26, 2012: Stained Glass with Andrew McCausland. Results fo teh CPA Community Survey. Is it Restoration or...? In celebration of hats. A successful 2012 Cabbagetown Tour of Homes.
|Streetscapes in Bloom 2012 Presentation||
This is a presentation for the 2012 Streetscapes in Bloom award. It summarizes the 16 year history of the program.
|The CPA is now on Facebook.||
"Like" us on Facebook and keep abreast of CPA activities and heritage issues that affect Cabbagetown. Furthermore, learn about Cabbagetown's history and the remarkable people who once called Cabbagetown home.
|Spring 2012 Newsletter||
War, Power and Rebellion; CPA AGM; Digitized Street Surveys -- coming soon; Proposed HCD: Cabbagetown Southwest; CRP Museum; Sir Ernest MacMillan
|What's with the lane names||
City of Toronto - Ward 28 Lane Naming Project -- Proposed Names and Background Information