At its meeting of June 15 and 16, 2022, City Council adopted the Midtown Infrastructure Implementation Strategy, the Midtown Public Realm Implementation Strategy, and the recommended zoning by-law for the five Midtown ‘Villages’.

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 advancing an Infrastructure Implementation Strategy. The zoning review will align and update existing zoning to reflect the Yonge-Eglinton Secondary Plan (OPA 405), 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 Strategy will assist the City in securing and delivering improvements to community facilities, parks, the public realm, local transportation, sewers and watermains so that the area grows and evolves as a complete community.

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.

Public Realm

Follow our ongoing progress to make Midtown a greener place.

Infrastructure Implementation Strategy

Find out about the Strategy for delivering improvements to community facilities, parks, the public realm, local transportation, sewers and watermains in Midtown.

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