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    311 Toronto   Requesting a non-emergency City service or reporting a problem is easy to do online. Visit toronto.ca/311 for many convenient self-service options, including popular City service requests and status tracking.

311's Customer Service Representatives are available to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call volumes are highest between the hours of 8 am and 6 pm so we encourage callers to call 311 at off-peak times when our call volumes may be lower.
 
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* * City of Toronto Career and Information Event
Find out about careers in the Toronto Public Service and meet with representatives from City divisions, agencies, boards, commissions, and corporations at the City of Toronto Career and Information Event on Tuesday, October 15.
Register for the event online.
Toronto Employment & Labour Market Information
The Toronto Employment & Labour Market Information (TELMI) website provides one-stop access to updated information to help you make informed decisions on career or job seeking, education, growing your business, labour market trends/conditions. You'll also find listings of a wide variety of community support resources.
Human Rights Office is Here for You
The Human Rights Office provides advice, information and help about City-related human rights and harassment issues. Services are available to members of the public, members of the Toronto Public Service and Members of Toronto City Council.
Toronto Public Service People Plan
The Toronto Public Service People Plan (pdf) and supporting strategies set bold, long term directions to ensure we continue to have a high performing, skilled, diverse and engaged workforce to serve a great city and its people.
BizPaL
BizPaL helps you find the permits and licences you may require when starting or operating your business.
Online Meeting Monitor
The City Clerk's Office has launched the Meeting Monitor, a web-based tool that allows the public to track the status of agenda items in near real-time during all Standing Committee and Community Council meetings.
Temporary on-street parking permits now available online
City of Toronto residents and their guests can now obtain a temporary on-street parking permit conveniently from their own home or office.
Fun Guide
Start planning your activities! Browse through this season's programs and activities offered for people of all ages.
Apartment Standards
The Apartment Standards web pages provide information about by-law violations, details and status, within common areas and individual units of rental apartment buildings.
Site map and improved search
Looking for information and services on the City of Toronto website? The new site map contains detailed page listings by section. You will also notice improved results when you search the site.
Provincial Offences Act ticket payment online
You can pay Provincial Offences Act (POA) tickets online with a valid credit card. POA tickets include fines issued by the OPP, Toronto Police Service, GO Transit, TTC and others.
Pay your parking ticket online
You can pay a City of Toronto parking ticket online with a valid Mastercard or VISA. The parking ticket payment system is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Search Toronto's Inventory of Heritage Properties
Use the online Inventory of Heritage Properties to find and print information about heritage properties in Toronto.
Children's Services
Child care in the City of Toronto is available in over 900 licensed child care centres and through 21 licensed private home care agencies working with over 2,000 approved home care providers. Children served in licensed child care settings range from infant to school age. Find out more about child care centres and services.
Toronto's Urban Forestry Services
Toronto Urban Forestry Services manages the urban forest for both today and tomorrow. Our forest management goal is to ensure the continued viability of the urban forest through programs that achieve our objective of a healthy, diverse and sustainable tree canopy.
Help for small business
Enterprise Toronto is a small business self-help centre. Staff provide valuable information on startup financing, developing business and marketing plans, and more.
Long-Term Care Homes and Services
Through its 10 directly-operated long-term care facilities and supportive housing at a variety of contracted sites, Toronto's Long-Term Care Homes and Services provides long-term care for people who can no longer live independently in the community. As well, the division offers services that help people remain in their own homes for as long as possible.
Museum Services
The City operates a number of museums throughout Toronto. Each one preserves an important piece of Toronto's history.


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