This is a photograph of a workers cottage at 91 Seaton Street
Workers cottage on Seaton Street

Public meetings, community advisory group meetings and events will be posted here as they are scheduled, including material presented and meeting summaries.

The Cabbagetown Southwest Heritage Conservation District Study was presented to the Toronto Preservation Board on June 20th, 2019. The Heritage Conservation District Plan phase will be initiated in Fall 2019.

On Thursday, April 26th 2019 the City of Toronto held a community meeting (open house) at Central Neighbourhood House from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Members of the community were invited to review the HCD study analysis and recommendations, and to provide feedback and ask questions of City staff and the project consultant team.

Presentation Boards – Project Overview
Presentation Boards – Evaluation and Recommendations

The City of Toronto held the third Community Advisory Group (CAG) meeting for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study at Central Neighbourhood House on March 25, 2019. The purpose of this meeting was to:

  • Present the criteria for determining a district’s cultural heritage value and boundary
  • Review the draft evaluation and proposed cultural heritage value and boundary for Cabbagetown Southwest
  • Receive feedback from CAG members
  • Discuss the format for the second community open house

A summary of the meeting is available for download:

CAG Meeting #3 Summary

The City of Toronto held the second Community Advisory Group (CAG) meeting for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study at Central Neighbourhood House on November 13, 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to:

  • Provide an update on the HCD Study and work completed to-date
  • Respond to questions from CAG meeting #1
  • Facilitate a guided discussion on neighbourhood history and character analysis

A summary of the meeting is available for download:

CAG #2 Meeting Summary

It was agreed upon at the meeting that a third advisory group meeting will be held in early February 2019 to review the HCD Study evaluation, prior to the second community consultation (open house).

The City of Toronto held the first Community Advisory Group meeting for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study at Central Neighbourhood House on October 2, 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to:

  • Review and adopt the CAG Terms of Reference
  • Learn about the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study process
  • Present work completed to date by the study team
  • facilitate a guided discussion on neighbourhood character and the area’s defining features

A summary of the meeting is available for download:

CAG #1 Meeting Summary

The City of Toronto held the first Open House for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study at Central Neighbourhood House on July 5, 2018.

The purpose of the event was to:

  • Introduce the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD Study
  • Present background material and a preliminary understanding of the area
  • Seek participation of members for the Community Advisory Group
  • Answer community member questions about the HCD Study process
  • Highlight next steps in the study process

You can read a summary of the meeting, including feedback received by the study team, and review the display boards presented at the links below.

Meeting Summary

Display Board #1

Display Board #2

Display Board #3