On December 16, 2020, City Council adopted Official Plan Amendment No. 482 (Protected Major Transit Station Areas) and endorsed Official Plan Amendment 483 (Keele Finch Secondary Plan). Official Plan Amendment No. 482 is before the Province for consultation and approval.

Keele Finch Plus is a City of Toronto Study about planning for the future of the area and how to best leverage investment in subway and light rail transit (LRT) for the benefit of the community and city. The goal is to develop a planning framework to encourage the right kinds of growth and investment in the area and direct investments into broader community improvements.

Grayscale photo of Keele Street and Finch Ave in 1955, with dirt roads and historical properties
Keele & Finch in 1955


Photo of Finch Ave facing East with traffic heading west, with sidewalks and a mid-rise office building with retail on the ground floor.
Keele & Finch in 2015
Photo of generic artist's rendition of a street with mid-rise sized buildings lining both sides, along with street trees and wider sidewalks. Is this what Keele and Finch will look like in 2045?
Keele & Finch in 2045?


The context, rationale and timelines for the Study.

Information & Reports

Access Staff Reports, technical assessments and studies.

News & E-updates

View the latest news, updates and distributed e-updates.

Get Involved

Find ways to participate, including event details and consultation materials.

Subscribe to receive periodic email updates. Please type (do not copy and paste) your email address:


Click to: Unsubscribe

The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006. The information is used to allow the City to send you an email to confirm your wish to subscribe to a City of Toronto e-notice. Questions about this collection may be directed to the ListServ Administrator, Strategic Communications Division, City of Toronto, Toronto City Hall, 7th floor, West Tower, Toronto M5H 2N2. Telephone: webfeedback@toronto.ca. By subscribing to one of the City of Toronto’s e-updates you are providing express consent, as defined by the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), to receive email updates from the City of Toronto.