The Corporate Strategic Plan is guided by City Council’s vision, Toronto’s motto and the Toronto Public Service’s mission. It identifies our organization’s strategic areas of focus and is grounded in our commitment to our people, partnerships, and performance.
The City of Toronto, TTC and Province of Ontario are performing a joint review of transit responsibilities in Toronto, and spanning the broader region.
Toronto participates in several performance measurement and reporting initiatives that help identify the areas where we're doing well and areas where we need to improve.
The City budget determines how much money the City will raise and spend within a year.
The Plan helps set Council priorities, aids in the annual budget process and enables future-year financial planning. It also forms a blueprint for discussions between the City and such funding partners as the federal and provincial governments.
The City of Toronto, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and Metrolinx are working together to bring more transit to communities across the city with connections to the entire Greater Toronto and Hamilton Region.
The City is holding consultations to help residents learn about how City Council's governance, including how the City & Council identifies issues, engages the public and makes decisions; and to contribute their ideas for the Special Committee to consider.
Before Bill 5, Better Local Government Act established the City’s 25 wards, Toronto City Council had approved a new 47 ward model. Find more information about 2014-17 Toronto Ward Boundary Review.
The Service Review Program helps the City Manager and Council to identify what services the City should deliver, how they can be more cost efficient and effective, and how we should pay for them.
The gaming facility at Woodbine Racetrack, has approximately 3,000 electronic games, but no live-dealer tables. To expand gaming at Woodbine Racetrack, the Province of Ontario requires a resolution of support from City Council.