Help create strong neighbourhoods and welcoming, inclusive, thriving local communities by getting involved in a variety of resident-led community initiatives that the City helps to facilitate.
Find the Community Development Officer (CDO) responsible for your neighbourhood that can work with you or your organization on Community Planning, Community Safety, Tower Renewal and more.
Help plan local programs and services in one of Toronto's 31 NIAs or Revitalization neighbourhoods by joining a local, resident-led planning group.
Learn how non-profit organizations can lease spaces in City-owned properties to deliver community services.
Work with fellow apartment tower residents, community members and building operators to collaborate and improve older apartment tower communities.
Find the tools you need to be part of a Toronto that is more welcoming, more inclusive and better for all of us.
Give voice to seniors not often heard. The Forum works with City staff to ensure the City is meeting its commitment to provide equitable services to all senior residents.
Join the City's official advisory group that advocates on youth issues. The TYC works with various youth organizations across the city to promote policy development and get youth involved in civic engagement
The Community Crisis Response Program is supporting Community Safety Networks across the City. Contact your Community Development Officer to get involved
Learn about grants to help achieve social, economic and cultural goals for Toronto residents.
Learn how Torontonians use their firsthand poverty experience to inform the City’s Poverty Reduction Strategy.
Learn about the City's progress in implementing the Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism.
Read the City’s response addressing a request to rename Dundas Street.
Discussions on racial injustice, inequity and anti-Black racism within police services resulted in recommendations and actions.
Learn about how the City is supporting Toronto's most vulnerable residents, in partnership with United Way Greater Toronto and 400 community-based organizations.