Community Centre 55 is an award-winning agency of the City of Toronto and a registered charity. We are located in Ward 32 of the City of Toronto. As the centre of our community, we provide a variety of multi service programs and we help people to help themselves.
The building is owned by the City of Toronto and is a historical property, built in 1911. It was formerly Police Station Number 10 of the Toronto Police and became the headquarters for 55 Division of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Services. The building was allocated to the community in 1975 and the community used the numerals ‘55’ in its name to pay respect to the history of the building.
Free income tax preparation for low income clients
The Graffiti Removal & Information Program removes graffiti vandalism from the Beach Community. The program also paints Murals to leave a lasting legacy in the community.
Join your friends or make new ones at one of our monthly Pasta Nights.
Held on Monday (FULL), Wednesday, Friday from 10am – 11am.
Held on Tuesdays (FULL) and Thursdays from 10am – 11am.
Nursery School, Enrichment Program and Before, Lunch & After School Programs.
Full service birthday parties designed to meet your childs’ interests in mind
Pancakes, crafts and an egg hunt with the Easter Bunny.
Fun in the sun for 5-12 year olds.
Too old to be a day camper and too young to get a job? Community Centre 55 has great opportunities for Motivated 13 – 15 years old to gain valuable on-the-job experience.