City of Toronto Construction Information
The City of Toronto Construction Information Website brings together information on the various construction activities throughout the city. If you have any questions, concerns or feedback about any construction project, please contact the Project Lead using the phone number or e-mail provided.
The City is responsible for the building, maintenance and reconstruction of city sidewalks, roads, watermains, sewers. This section will help you find information about construction activities throughout the city. Click on the ward below for public and construction notices on the construction projects in your area. If you have any questions, please contact the project lead identified in the notices.
Find your ward and return to this page to look up the public and construction notices in your area.
Other Construction Activity Information
Search for the location and details of construction projects planned for 2013. The map includes different types of information from Transportation Services, Toronto Water, City Planning, transit authorities and utility companies.
Many large-scale projects undergo in-depth studies to evaluate various options before construction begins. These studies include opportunities for public input. Get informed and involved.
Search for information on the status of active building permit applications.
Search for Development Projects or individual Planning Applications by ward, district, address and application number.
City of Toronto conducts study of downtown transportation operations
The purpose of the Downtown Transportation Operations Study is to identify and address congestion and traffic operations issues in downtown Toronto. The study will develop a near-to-medium term improvements to the existing surface transportation network that will help to achieve safe and efficient transportation in the downtown.
Revitalization of Queens Quay
Construction is now underway to revitalize a 1.5 kilometre stretch of Queens Quay in the Central Waterfront. When major works are completed in late 2014, Queens Quay, Torontos main waterfront street, will be completely rebuilt above and below ground. Learn more about the project and sign up for weekly construction updates from Waterfront Toronto.