Wanted pages and external links
- Harringayonline, local or hyperlocal W social networking site / see also Communities online UK resources
Haringey has been Town twinning with Koblenz, Germany since 1969.  It has also twinned with the towns of Arima in Trinidad and Tobago, Clarendon in Jamaica, Larnaca in Cyprus, Livry-Gargan in the suburbs of Paris, France, Sundyberg in Sweden and Jalasjarvi in Finland
- food from the sky, non for profit collaboration between Thornton’s Budgens and Positive Earth Project – a permaculture community garden/workshop/event space on the roof of the Crouch End’s store.
- The Meadow's Project, The Shepherd's Cot Meadow
Haringey has 600 acres (2.4 km²) of parks, recreation grounds and open spaces which make up more than 25% of its total area. They include both smaller local areas and large green areas which provide an amenity for Londoners beyond the borough's boundaries. Local Nature Reserves and a number of conservation areas can also be found in the borough. The borough is also home to five distinct ancient woods. These are Highgate Woods, Queen's Wood, Coldfall Wood, Bluebell Wood and North Wood.
The borough has achieved Green Flag status for eight of its parks which is the highest awarded to any London borough. Highgate Woods in Haringey is one of only eight Green Heritage sites in London.
Amongst the larger open spaces are: Finsbury Park, Alexandra Park, Highgate Woods, Coldfall Wood and the Lee Valley Park.