The City believes all Torontonians should have safe, secure, affordable and well-maintained homes where they can realize their full potential. Over the next year, we will be working with all housing stakeholders and the public to develop a comprehensive solutions-based plan to address housing and homelessness challenges over the next decade.

The public engagement process will kick off in early 2019 and we want you involved. Subscribe below to receive your invitation to participate!

 

More details coming in January 2019. 

Public Meetings

Hosting four to six public meetings across the city at City Hall, Scarborough, North York and Etobicoke Civic Centres to provide the public with an opportunity to share their experiences and ideas.

Online Consultation Opportunities

Creating a dedicated webpage and social media campaigns to collect input and feedback through written submissions, surveys and online dialogue.

Engagement Sessions by Community Organizations

Providing financial support to community organizations and groups to hold consultations with vulnerable residents including survivors of gender-based violence, youth, people experiencing homelessness, people with interactions in the correctional system, seniors, people with disabilities and newcomers.

Engagement with Indigenous Communities

Engaging with Indigenous people and service providers in recognition of the City’s commitment to reconciliation and to identify ways to better support access to culturally appropriate housing and homelessness services for Indigenous people.

Housing Stakeholder Workshops

Strategic stakeholder consultation workshops on key policy areas including a Council directed charrette with supportive housing stakeholders. These consultation workshops will be held in collaboration with university partners in Toronto.

External Advisory Committee

Creating an Advisory Committee comprised of external experts from a wide variety of organizations and sectors as well as people with lived experience of poverty, housing insecurity and homelessness to advise staff in developing the new Housing Plan.

Housing Forum

Hosting a housing forum to bring national and international experts and stakeholders together to discuss housing models and solutions.

Existing Housing Plan

In 2009, the City approved Housing Opportunities Toronto (HOT): An Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010-2020 which provided a city-wide roadmap for action on housing and homelessness, and guided the work of the many divisions and agencies that have a role in delivering related policies, programs and services.

See our HOT annual update reports.

Housing Plan 2020-2030 – Council Direction

In July 2018, City Council approved a framework to develop the 2020-2030 Housing Plan throughout 2018 and 2019, including undertaking a comprehensive engagement with housing stakeholders and the public.

Toronto Housing System

The housing system chart outlines the City’s various roles as a service manager, regulator, funder and administrator in the housing system.

Toronto Housing Market Analysis (Coming January 2019)

A range of factors contribute to making Toronto one of the most unaffordable Canadian cities to live in. As requested by City Council, a market housing analysis is underway to provide a snapshot of Toronto’s housing market and an overview of housing needs and demands over the next decade.

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