Effective July 1, 2021, the Committee of Adjustment will roll out across the city a redesigned Notice of Public Hearing Sign, first piloted in Scarborough District last year. The sign has a new look and will be printed in a larger format on durable weather-proof material.
Toronto City Council has appointed a Committee of Adjustment consisting of citizen members. They regularly hold public hearings to consider applications for minor variances and consents. Learn more about minor variances and consent applications.
Due to technical difficulties, the Scarborough Panel hearing held on July 22nd for the following Items: 20, 21, 24, 26 and 28 to 40 has been postponed. Please be advised that this hearing will be rescheduled shortly.
The information collected on the Committee of Adjustment application form is considered to be a public record as defined by section 27 of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Our public hearings are recorded on video and posted to YouTube on our publicly accessible channel. As such, any information disclosed during the public hearings will be shared online to the general public.
All Committee of Adjustment hearings will be held as Virtual Public Hearings until further notice. Committee of Adjustment hearings are being conducted through Webex, an on-line digital platform, and streamed on the Toronto City Planning YouTube Channel.
YouTube closed captions are generated automatically using speech recognition technology. There may be discrepancies between the words spoken and the captions that are generated as YouTube works to improve their closed captioning service.
Search the City Planning Application Information Centre for active Committee of Adjustment applications and status updates.
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