A Quick Note From the New Board

New board members James, Jessica, and Laurie, along with outgoing board members Angela and Nancy, have been busy transferring the administrative and legal paperwork for the association, as the leadership transition moves ahead. We, the new board, have undertaken some initial efforts to update the website, newsletter, and social media platforms, in order to provide […]

Urban League March Meeting: Age Friendly London

The Urban League presents an opportunity to learn about Age Friendly London’s initiatives and events. When: Thursday, March 28, 2019 Time: 7:00PM-8:00PM Where: Goodwill Industries Building (255 Horton St) Come learn about Age Friendly London’s initiatives and upcoming events through this information session and panel. The Age Friendly London Network is a community-based network with the vision […]

Public Participation Meeting on Transit Funding Priorities

When: Wednesday, 20 March, 3PM Where: Centennial Hall What: Have your say on the city’s priorities for provincial and federal transit funding: anyone can speak for up to 5 minutes. Links City Staff Report: outlining the list of specific transit initiatives for consideration — 19 potential transit or transit-related projects City website resource outlining project […]

SoHo Thames Valley Corridor — Community Open House #2

Provide input to the City of London at the second Community Open House regarding the SoHo Thames Valley Corridor Project When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Time: 6:00PM to 8:00PM Where: Goodwill Industries Building (255 Horton St, 3rd floor) Links: Recent letter to the neighbourhood regarding the open house Thames Valley Corridor: SOHO project overview Poster […]

Nominations for the Board

President David Lundquist I am a resident of the Community since 2011 and a homeowner. SoHo is a wonderful community, and it is important that we work together. The Community Association can be a conduit for getting residents achieving a common good for all. As a resident I have only realized the SoHo Community Association […]