Since March 2020, the  Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 activities have been suspended and The City of Toronto is currently engaging in the restart process for 2022.

From 2015-2020 Neighbourhood Planning Tables offered a place-based planning approach that involved residents, community agencies, local businesses, City Councilors and City staff. All who worked in the 31 Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIAs). Meeting regularly to identify local priorities, planned solutions, and also created partnerships for stronger neighbourhoods.

Each table was supported by a Community Development Officer who assisted with the implementation of Neighbourhood Action Plans that reflected priority issues identified by residents and other stakeholders.

For the restart of 2022 activities, specific dates will be announced through local networks and on the Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy webpage.

Find Your Neighbourhood Planning Table

Learn how your Neighbourhood Planning Table is engaged in local planning and community networking.

Community Development Officers

Identify who supports the planning and implementation of Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy in your area.

Find Your Neighbourhood

Discover demographic information about your neighbourhood which is defined by Statistics Canada Census Tract boundaries.