Taylor Massey Sub-Watershed Master Plan
The Taylor Massey Creek is a tributary of the Don River, situated within a heavily urbanized section of Toronto, immediately east of the confluence of the West and East Don Rivers. The Taylor Massey Master Plan will be a sub-watershed scale plan for the improvement, management, maintenance and public use of the parkland along Taylor Massey Creek sub-watershed. The Master Plan will consider the study area’s diversity of features and functions and their interconnectedness, including natural areas, park infrastructure, recreational amenities, trails, storm water facilities, and other utilities.
This Master Plan is the second of three steps in the Taylor Massey Creek planning process, as approved by Parks & Environment Committee on June 2, 2015 and City Council on July 7, 2015. Based on preliminary discussions with stakeholders, the Taylor Massey Creek planning process has been divided into three phases: Status Report, Master Plan Update and Taylor Creek Park Management Plan.
The Taylor Massey community was invited to review the Opportunities & Constraints and help develop Guiding Principles for the Master Plan Update at a public meeting held on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017.
Please use the following links to access the Community Meeting Summary Report and the Presentation Panels that were used at the meeting:
- Taylor Massey Creek Master Plan Staff Report
- Community Meeting Summary Report
- Characterization of Study Area
- Cultural Resources and Archeological Potential
- Recreational Resources and Trails
- Geomorphic Issues and Constraints
- Ecological Land Classifications
- Flora: Rare Species and Species Sensitivity