Creemore Area Residents' Association (CARA)

Welcome to the Creemore Area Residents' Association (CARA) website. For more than 30 years, CARA has been acting on local issues in an effort to preserve the unique and wonderful character of the Creemore area. 

If you live in or appreciate the area, we invite you to become a member. Everyone in the area is eligible to join. To join or renew your membership, click here

Please come back to this website often to review local issues and events in the area. If you have an idea, issue or concern you would like to discuss, please contact one of the Directors or email us at info@creemoreresidents.ca.  

(To navigate our website, just click on the three horizontal bars on the upper right corner of our web pages.)

We look forward to hearing from you.  

CARA Board of Directors

RECENT NEWS

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Check out Creemore nights: A great new initiative sponsored by the BIA. These events are all free and open to both residents and visitors of Creemore and surrounding area. Stores are staying open late (until 8pm) on Friday nights. Note the special entertainment on two nights:

July 19 - Justin Rutledge concert on Mill St.
August 9 - Samantha Martin concert on Mill St.

July 13, 2019: CARA at the market. Click here if you missed our membership drive.

June 10, 2019: CARA made a presentation to Council in support of the Creemore Community Foundation and the emerging Creemore Village Green project. Council approved the resolution to direct Staff to work with the Creemore Village Green Project Team to prepare a redevelopment plan for the former TD Bank property on Mill Street in Creemore. A draft partnership agreement will be created for review by Clearview Council at a future Council Meeting.

June 8, 2019: CARA held its AGM. Thanks Stuart Lazier, our guest speaker, who updated us on the Creemore Community Foundation, and all who attended.

October 2018 to date: CARA has been active in the TD Lands Committee (TLC) that was established to work with Small Consulting to develop a community consultation process and make recommendations regarding the future of the TD Lands. Thanks all who took the time to attend the workshops - this was an extraordinary amount of productive community engagement. Following CARA’s involvement, a new Implementation Committee has been established to oversee the continued development of the Creemore Village Green and implement the “supporting measures” that emerged from the TLC’s recommendations.