13 Division Open House

By Staff Sergeant Courtney Chambers,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 10:32 a.m. May 6, 2014

The public is invited to 13 Division for a station tour during police week and the unveiling of murals created by local students.

A building with "No. 13 Division" sign and a Canadian flag flying beside it
13 Division station at Eglinton Ave. W. and Allen Rd.

As part of Police Week, 13 Division has partnered with five schools within the Division to support this year’s theme of Building Community Partnerships. Officers from 13 Division came up with an artistic idea, not only to build partnerships, but to beautify the Eglinton Ave. West area.

The five schools are each creating a piece of art work that will be weatherproofed and attached to 13 Division fence, at 1435 Eglinton Avenue West, prior to and for the duration of Police Week.

The schools involved are Cedarvale Community School, D'Arcy McGee Catholic School, Fairbank Memorial Community School, J.R Wilcox Community School and The Leo Beck Day School. The students will receive a private tour of the station and will be presented with a certificate by Superintendent Scott Baptist to honour their work.

The public is invited to come and see the students’ art work and take a tour of the station on Wednesday, May 14,  from 4 – 8 p.m. Food and refreshments will be served during this time.

TPS Mounted Offiers will be on hand during the station tour to meet with the public and will be available for photo opportunities.

TPS crest watermark