The City of Toronto creates opportunities for the public to:
- shape a vision for the future
- plan changes in their neighbourhoods
- provide information and insight on the issues Council is debating and
- serve on the City's agencies, board and commissions
Get Informed. Get Inspired. Get Involved with your City.
Feeling Congested? Toronto Talks Transportation
This engagement, called 'Feeling Congested?,' will support and inform the comprehensive review of Toronto's Official Plan transportation policies, as well as the development of a new long-term transportation plan, and a funding and investment strategy. The City is hoping to hear from users of all transportation modes (driving, transit, walking, cycling), in all parts of the city. Participate through in-person events, online consultation tools, social media, and do-it-yourself consultation opportunities.
Be part of the conversation. Visit www.feelingcongested.ca to complete the interactive survey and learn more about how you can have your say.
The City of Toronto is undertaking Eglinton Connects, a comprehensive planning study along the length of the Eglinton Avenue corridor. Eglinton Connects is about planning for the future Eglinton Avenue, and how to best leverage investments in rapid transit for the benefit of our communities and our city. Find how to get involved here.
Consultations with condominium occupants
The City of Toronto is consulting with Toronto's condominium occupants, to identify possible changes to City policies as they relate to condo living in Toronto.
In 2011, the City of Toronto launched a Service Review Program to address a budget gap of $774 million. The program is reviewing all of the City's services, looking at what it takes to run the country's largest, most diverse city and hearing what's important to you. Read the City Manager's report, background information, and results of the public consultation on the Toronto Service Review website.
How is Toronto doing? Measuring Toronto's progress
The City of Toronto continually strives to improve service delivery to our residents. See how we're doing in relation to other Ontario municipalities and beyond.
2010 - 2014 Council Briefing book
The City Council briefing binders contain information on the wide range of programs, policies, and issues Councillors need to know about. All of this material is available online and is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning about many of the things Council will discuss this term.
Toronto Casino Consultation
In January 2013, The City of Toronto held a public consultation to seek input on the establishment of a casino in Toronto, including the public's views and opinions on a casino generally, on possible locations for a casino, and what the public would like Council to consider when making a decision on this matter.
More information on this consultation and Council decision-making.