From August 4 to September 14, Parks, Forestry and Recreation is seeking public input to help identify opportunities and confirm priorities for park improvements. Tell us how you use the existing Midtown parks, areas of concern, and your ideas to make the parks more enjoyable and welcoming.

The Yonge-Eglinton area – commonly referred to as Midtown – has been experiencing rapid growth. The City Planning Division, at the direction of City Council, is undertaking a review of the zoning in the Midtown area and leading the advancement of a series of related Implementation Strategies. The zoning review will align and update existing zoning to reflect the City’s Official Plan and provincial policy. It will address land use, building heights and other matters that shape development and buildings. The Implementation Strategies will assist the City in securing and delivering local infrastructure and public realm improvements to support continued growth. They will also inform the use of holding provisions in the Midtown area.

Overview

Learn about the study purpose, background information and how to get involved.

Midtown Zoning Review

Learn about the City’s work to update the zoning by-law for the Yonge-Eglinton Area.

Parks & Public Realm

Follow our ongoing progress to make Midtown a greener place.

Implementation Strategies

Find out about other key initiatives to ensure adequate transportation, servicing and community services for the neighbourhood.

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