A member of the Urban League of London
The St. George-Grosvenor Neighbourhood has long been identified as an area of outstanding architectural, historical and natural characteristics that are linked through a history dominated by residences, institutions, and Gibbons Park.
Institutions such as Huron College, Matthews Hall and Western Fair District all had origins in the St. George-Grosvenor Neighbourhood and some, such as St. Josephs Health Care and Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care, continue to maintain a presence in the area to this day.
In 1926, the City of London acquired a gift of substantial park land in honour of a worthy local family; Londoners from across the City have been enjoying Gibbons Park ever since. Originally consisting of about 13 acres, the City has continued to add additional lands to the park until in 1964 the area had grown to 60 acres. It was at that time the third largest park in London after Springbank Park and the Thames Valley Golf Course.
(SGGNA) was formed in 1980 as a non-profit, member-run, volunteer organization dedicated to:
SGGNA has continually reached out to residents of the neighbourhood, the Civic Administration of the City of London and property developers by responding to issues such as:
The purpose of the Association is to:
Membership in the SGGNA is open to all residents of the neighbourhood who support the vision, goals and ideals of the Association. Residents who are not already members are invited to join and support its endeavours. Membership for 1 year is only $20 per household and enables the Association to keep the community informed via e-newsletters and website, deal with community issues and be a part of the Urban League of London.
The SGGNA holds an annual general meeting at which it elects an Executive Committee responsible for the ongoing operation of the Association and which is entrusted to make decisions on behalf of the Association between meetings of the general membership.
Our 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held
St. John the Evangelist Church, Wellington and St. James (in the Church hall, entrance off Wellington)