An Independent Facilitator, who has no vested interest in the outcome of the Study, is leading the community and stakeholder meetings. The Facilitator’s role is to conduct all meetings with the community in an open and fair manner. To reach their office, please contact Liz Nield at 416-410-3888.

For ongoing communication and feedback from the community, a Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) has been established and includes representatives of the various residents associations in the area, landowner representatives, business representation and members of the general public.

Consultation materials and summaries from past meetings & events are listed below. View schedule & phasing for the full study timeline.

The purpose of this community meeting is to review final study recommendations and obtain feedback from the community on these recommendations. The recommendations cover topics such as built form (i.e. building, height, scale, and massing), land use, public realm, parks and open spaces, complete streets, and cultural heritage matters. Staff will also to provide an update on key deliverables and study timelines.

The format of this community meeting will include two open house sessions. There will be a brief presentation from staff at the beginning of each open house timeframe.

For copies of the materials from the community meeting, including meeting notice, contact Daniel Woolfson, City Planning: Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca or 416-392-7574.

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The purpose of this stakeholder advisory committee meeting is to provide updates on the Danforth Avenue Planning Study, provide an overview of the draft policy recommendations, and review and discuss the presentation information and format for Community Consultation Meeting #5.

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The purpose of this community meeting was to review the development proposal and discuss the upcoming Main Street Planning Study process. For copies of the materials from the community meeting, including meeting notice, contact Daniel Woolfson, City Planning: Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca or 416-392-7574, or George Pantazis, City Planning: George.Pantazis@toronto.ca or 416-392-3566.

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The purpose of this community meeting is to review and obtain feedback from the community on the built form (i.e. building height, scale, and massing) analysis, public realm analysis, engage in a discussion and exercise on Complete Streets, review other work done to date, and to provide an update on key deliverables and study timelines.

For copies of the materials from the community meeting, including meeting notice, contact Daniel Woolfson, City Planning: Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca or 416-392-7574.

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Who says planning can’t be fun? If you enjoyed putting your creativity to the test on creating a new vision based on Complete Streets for a future Danforth Avenue right-of-way, or if you weren’t able to join us on December 11, 2017 and want to test your hand at visioning a new street, there is a free to use website called streetmix. Please keep in mind that in order to get a representative picture of Danforth Avenue, you will have to adjust the right-of-way width to 27 metres, and building heights to 7 to 8 storeys. The City will not be collecting any feedback from this website, but is providing the link as it is a fun program to play around with and to visualize potential future rights-of-way combinations for Danforth Avenue. Go ahead and have some fun!

The purpose of this stakeholder advisory committee meeting is to provide updates on the Danforth Avenue Planning Study, review and discuss the presentation information and format for Community Consultation Meeting #4, and provide comments on the charrette exercise for Community Consultation Meeting #4.

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The purpose of this community meeting is to review and obtain feedback from the community on the built form (i.e. building, height, scale, and massing) analysis, provision of parks, and other work done to date, and to provide an update on key deliverables and study timelines. Staff from Metrolinx provided an update on their ongoing revitalization of the Danforth GO transit station.

For copies of the materials from the community meeting contact Daniel Woolfson, City Planning: Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca or 416-392-7574.

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The feedback form is closed. Thank you to those who replied using the online feedback form. If you did not get a chance to comment using the feedback form, don’t fret! City staff will be holding another consultation meeting in the near future and there will be many more ongoing opportunities to comment on the progress of the study. Thank you for your interest and feedback!

The purpose of this stakeholder advisory committee meeting is to provide updates on the Danforth Avenue Planning Study, review and discuss the presentation information and format for Community Consultation Meeting #3, and provide information on the Metrolinx Danforth GO Connectivity Study.

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The purpose of this community meeting is to introduce the Danforth Avenue Planning Study – Area Profile Report, review and obtain feedback on a draft vision statement and work done to date, and provide an update on key deliverables and study timelines.

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For a copy of other documents that were available at the community meeting, please contact the City Planner: Daniel Woolfson, at 416-392-7574 or Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca.

The purpose of this stakeholder advisory committee meeting is to discuss the upcoming Danforth Avenue Planning Study – Area Profile Report, and other items that will be presented at the second Community Consultation Meeting including feedback on a draft vision statement, work done to date, and updates on key deliverables and study timelines.

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The purpose of this stakeholder advisory committee meeting is to review the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) mandate and roles; provide an update on the study process and timeline; and, discuss and develop a vision statement for the study area.

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The purpose of this community meeting is to introduce the Danforth Avenue Planning Study, discuss neighbourhood assets, and review and obtain feedback on the draft Terms of Reference in detail. Comments from the community will help to shape the Terms of Reference and Scope of Work of this study.

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For a copy of other documents that were available at the community meeting, please contact the City Planner: Daniel Woolfson, at 416-392-7574 or Daniel.Woolfson@toronto.ca.