Meetings & Events: Pet Friendly Design Guidelines for High Density Communities
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Dog Walk: Pet Friendly Environments in Downtown TO
Led by James Parakh and Ran Chen, City of Toronto
Saturday, May 5, 2018, 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Meet in the Roundhouse Park, at the Entrance of the Rec Room
It is estimated that for each new high-rise residential development in the City of Toronto, there are 4-8 pets in each floor of these buildings. As the pet population in our urban environments increases, it becomes increasingly important to understand the needs of pets, their owners and the needs of non-pet owners. Come join us for this Walk to see how recent developments have attempted to accommodate these needs and to have a conversation about how to design spaces in new developments that can support this growing trend. This walk will end at Canoe Landing Park at City Place.
Come join us at our Pet Friendly Pop-up!
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Berczy Park (35 Wellington St E, Toronto)
The City of Toronto’s Planning and Development Team has initiated a project to examine pet friendly design for Toronto’s multi-unit, high-density communities, and develop a set of Design Guidelines to support people and pets in our vertical communities.
We want to hear from you! Come by to learn about the project, chat with us and share your great pet friendly design ideas.