Agincourt Village Community Association

Preserving our Past to Ensure a Vibrant Future

Agincourt Community News and Events

This page will keep you updated on the latest news and events happening in the Agincourt and surrounding area.

AVCA February 2018 Update

Thank you for supporting Agincourt Village Community Association. We look forward to working together with you in the coming year.

Please see our February newsletter detailing upcoming events in the community.

Community Safety Evening

AVCA is sponsoring a FREE Safety Awareness Event on March 21, 2018 at the Metrolinx Office at 4142 Sheppard Avenue East from 7:30 - 8:30 pm. Police Constable Gary Gomez will be the speaker and light refreshments will be served.

Community Clean-Up

Our Clean-Up Day is planned for April 21, 2018. Our focus this year will be Knott Park.

AVCA Yard Sale

Our Yard Sale is being planned for May 26, 2018. Please stay tuned for more information.

Communities of North Scarborough BBQ

AVCA and 4 other area associations will be hosting a free BBQ again this year. Currently planned for June 2, 2018 located at Agincourt Mall. Stay tuned for more information.

AVCA featured in Toronto news outlets

Read about AVCA's activity in the community in local news outlets.

Agincourt protesters demand safety improvements

Agincourt community concerned about increased Go Transit service

Agincourt residents have voiced issues about safety, noise, and the overflowing Agincourt GO Station parking lot. AVCA was not informed of the doubling of trains prior to June 26, 2017. 34 trains daily on weekdays 6:03 am - 11:16 pm has infuriated residents.

Read more about this here.

Increase in GO Trains at Agincourt Station

On June 8, 2017 Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca announced the increase of Metrolinx/GO trains on the Stouffville Corridor to 34 trains on weekdays. That means for Agincourt Community trains will stop at Agincourt Station southbound at 6:02 am and northbound at 11:16 pm and pass through our community at 31 minute intervals.

The Agincourt Community since 2014 has requested grade separations at the tracks for safety, noise walls for quality of life, and increased station parking for community access to trains after 8:00 am.

Stouffville Corridor trains are increasing June 26, 2017 without the completion of our community requests.

Please use caution! Please help AVCA advocate for the safety of our historic community! Links to various elected officials are available on this website. Follow AVCA on twitter @avcatoronto.


You can find our latest newsletter here.

February 2018

January 2018

August 2017

June 2017

February 2017

October 2016