MVHRA Street Capper

Massey Victory Heights Residents Association recognizes and acknowledges the Qayqayt First Nation, as well as all Coast Salish peoples, on whose traditional and unceded territories we live, we learn, we play and we do our work

About the
Massey Victory Heights
Residents' Association

The Massey Victory Heights Residents' Association (MVHRA) was established by the City of New Westminster in 1992 to provide a platform for residents to discuss and consider local issues. [Read City Guidelines] Our mandate is to foster community and ensure livability within our neighbourhood, which represents approximately 1,000 households.

The Massey Victory Heights neighbourhood in New Westminster encompasses the area of:

South of 10th Avenue
North of 8th Avenue
East of McBride
West of Columbia Street E
Plus the two blocks bounded by Colby Street along East Columbia Street border

MVH History
MV Heights Historic Context Presentation

All residents are encouraged to attend meetings/events and participate in the MVHRA. Each year, we organize a neighbourhood garage sale on the first Saturday in May and the Massey Heights Neighbourhood Block Party on the first Sunday after Labour Day, as well as regular meetings throughout the year.

The annual membership fee is just $10, which helps us hold meetings, produce events and advocate the important issues to elected officials and governments (municipal, provincial and federal). As a member, you will receive regular emails about what's happening in your community and be connected with your neighbours.

To join the MVHRA, please fill out the membership form that can be found on the side menu. Please note that your information will not be shared with any other organization.

If you have a question or comment regarding the MVHRA or our neighbourhood, please contact any of the executive listed on the executive page.