This is an archival photograph of Queen Street West at Gwynne Ave in 1896.
Queen Street West at Gwynne Ave, 1896. Sunnyside Historical Society.

Public meetings and community advisory group meetings are listed below. Material presented at the meetings, including display boards, presentations and meeting summaries, can be requested from Pourya Nazemi, Heritage Planner at Pourya.Nazemi@toronto.ca.

On October 17, 2019, the City of Toronto held a community consultation meeting for the West Queen West & Parkdale Main Street Planning Study and HCD Plans at the Parkdale Public Library.

The purpose of this meeting was to provide an update on the West Queen West and Parkdale Main Street HCD Plans and present the draft Official Plan policies. City Planning Staff were available during the Open House to answer questions and explain the objectives of the proposed West Queen West and Parkdale Main Street Site and Area Specific Policy, as well as the proposed HCDs.

The Open House was followed by a facilitated presentation and discussion.

On November 29, 2016, the City of Toronto held a community consultation meeting for the West Queen West Heritage Conservation Study at The Theatre Centre.

The purpose of this meeting was to present the findings from the built form & character analysis and heritage evaluation as well as the draft recommendations of the West Queen West HCD Study. This was followed by a facilitated discussion and activity.

On October 26, 2016, the West Queen West HCD Working Group met at the Trinity Recreation Community Centre for its second meeting. The evening was facilitated by Sabrina Colletti (MMM Group) with material presented by heritage consultant, Dima Cook (FGMDA Architects).

The City of Toronto held the first Working Group meeting for the West Queen West HCD Study at the Toronto Public Library’s Parkdale Branch on July 11, 2016.

The City of Toronto held the first Community Consultation Meeting for the West Queen West HCD Study at The Theatre Centre on June 23, 2016.

The purpose of this meeting was to introduce the study, provide an update on the concurrent West Queen West Planning Study and to gather community input on the area’s heritage value.