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Animal Bylaw Review

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Automated Shuttle Trial

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City-wide Heritage Survey

Subscribers will receive monthly updates about a feasibility study for a city-wide survey of heritage properties in Toronto. The study will make recommendations to Council for a heritage survey that could engage communities to identify sites that have cultural heritage value.

Danforth Study

Subscribers will receive updates and information about the complete street & planning Study for Danforth Avenue.

Digital Infrastructure Plan

Subscribers will receive updates and information about digital governance, privacy and data stewardship in Toronto.

Downsview Secondary Plan Update

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Downtown East Action Plan

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Dundas-Sherbourne Neighbourhood Revitalization Plan

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Gardiner Expressway Rehabilitation – Section 2 Dufferin to Strachan

The City is rehabilitating the Gardiner Expressway between Dufferin Street to Strachan Avenue. Subscribe to receive details of construction activities that may be disruptive.

Energy & Water Reporting and Benchmarking (EWRB) for Large Buildings

Subscribers receive reminders, update announcements and information on helpful resources available to building owners and other individuals reporting building energy and water use to the Ministry of Energy, under the provincial Energy and Water Reporting and Benchmarking (EWRB) regulation (O.Reg. 506/18).

Fairbank-Silverthorn Storm Trunk Sewer System

The City of Toronto, with support from the Government of Canada, is protecting against basement flooding in the Fairbank-Silverthorn community for more than 4,656 homes. Subscribe to receive regular project updates.

iPHARE

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Jane Finch Initiative

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Multi-Tenant Housing Review

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Modular Housing – 150 Dunn Avenue

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Modular Housing – 175 Cummer Avenue

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New affordable supportive housing at 4626 Kingston Road

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Noise Bylaw Implementation

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North York at the Centre

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Our Plan Toronto

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Parking Requirements for New Development

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Quality in Early Learning Environments

Subscribe to this quarterly e-newsletter to receive information and updates from Toronto Children’s Services related to quality and pedagogy initiatives for the early learning sector.

Rehabilitation of Eastern & Adelaide Bridges

The City is rehabilitating the bridges and elevated roads near Eastern Avenue and Adelaide Street East. Subscribe to receive details of construction activities that may be disruptive.

Short Term Rental Updates

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Supportive Housing – 65 Dundas Street East

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Toronto’s Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism

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Toronto Island Ferry

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Toronto Urban Design Awards

Subscribers will receive periodic email updates about the Toronto Urban Design Awards and deadlines.

Vehicle for Hire Review

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Toronto’s Vision Zero Road Safety Newsletter

Toronto’s Vision Zero Road Safety is an initiative led by Transportation Services in collaboration with multiple agencies, organizations and stakeholder groups. The Vision Zero Road Safety Plan is a comprehensive five year (2017-2021) action plan focused on reducing traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries on Toronto’s streets.

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If you are a Toronto youth age 13 – 29, subscribe to learn about City of Toronto and community services and events for youth. The timing of newsletters and e-updates varies.

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Get Involved

Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter to receive updates on upcoming opportunities to provide your input and ideas to the City on a range of issues through community consultation sessions, public meetings, pop-up engagements, listening sessions and public surveys (in person and online).

Affordable Housing Opportunities

Subscribe to receive notifications when new affordable housing opportunities become available.

Agincourt Mall Planning Framework Review

Subscribe to receive periodic updates about upcoming meetings and events.

Alexander St. Park Improvements

Alexander Street Parkette will be improved to meet the evolving needs of the community. The improvements may include new pathways, lighting, seating, planting, site furnishings and features, protection of existing trees and enhancements to overall safety for park users.

Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant (ICMC)

The Implementation and Compliance Monitoring Committee (ICMC) assists the City with the implementation of aspects of the Environmental Assessment Approval for the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. Subscribers receive meeting invitations and minutes, usually bi-monthly.

Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant (NLC)

The Neighbourhood Liaison Committee (NLC) facilitates communication between the City and the community around the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. Committee members provide input on issues related to the plant’s operation and changes to the site that affect the community. Subscribers receive meeting invitations and minutes, usually bi-monthly.

Automated Vehicles

Subscribe to receive project updates and information about upcoming public consultation opportunities related to Automated Vehicles.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Review

The City is conducting a review of a request from Porter Airlines to permit jet-powered aircraft operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. This list will provide study updates and invitations to provide input. Two to three messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the study.

Bloor-Yorkville Secondary Plan

Subscribers will receive updates related to the City’s work on creating the Bloor-Yorkville Secondary Plan, including project milestones and opportunities to participate in the process through meetings and events.

Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres: Bylaw Review

Subscribers will receive updates related to the City of Toronto’s review of the bylaw governing Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres.

Cashman Park Improvements

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Christie’s Planning Study

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Community Funding Mailing List

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Design Review Panel

This e-update is used to provide subscribers with Design Review Panel updates, including meeting agendas and project highlights. Subscribers receive messages once every 3 to 4 weeks.

Don Mills & Eglinton Area Study

Subscribe to the Don Mills and Eglinton Area Study eUpdate to receive periodic updates and notices about upcoming meetings and events.

East Don Trail

The City of Toronto is working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to study options for a multi-use trail within the East Don Corridor from O’Connor Drive and Don Mills Road, north along the Don River, to Lawrence Avenue East. This study is following a provincially mandated Environmental Assessment (EA) process. One to two messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

Expanding Housing Options In Neighbourhoods

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Green Line Implementation Plan

Approximately five kilometres in length, the Green Line is a rare opportunity to create a linear park system in an active hydro-electric corridor that will contribute to the broader open space network in midtown and west Toronto. The construction of new parks and revitalization of existing parks in the Green Line are guided by the Green Line Implementation Plan final report.

George Hislop Park Improvements

The George Hislop Park improvements will be guided by the Yonge Street Linear Park Master Plan 2017 and updated as required to meet the community’s needs. The improvements will include new pathways, lighting, seating, planting, site furnishings and features, and protection of existing trees. A new integrated public artwork will celebrate 2SLGBTQ+ history and resilience.

Growing Up: Planning for Children in New Vertical Communities

Subscribers will receive information about City Planning’s study that seeks to explore opportunities to better accommodate children and youth in new multi-unit developments.

Home Energy Loan Program (HELP)

The Home Energy Loan Program provides low interest loans to homeowners to make energy and water efficiency improvements on their home. Subscribers receive updates on the pilot program including program expansion details and program milestones.

Inclusionary Zoning

Subscribe to receive key updates and information about upcoming public consultation opportunities for the City’s inclusionary zoning policy consultation. Proposed new official plan policies will require residential developments to include a certain percentage of affordable units.

Investing in Toronto’s Future: Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Plan

Subscribers will receive information about the City’s Long-Term Financial Plan engagement and consultation initiative, information about upcoming opportunities for public input, and directions to the engagement initiative’s background information resources.

Joseph Burr Tyrrell Park & Playground Improvements

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Keele & Finch Planning Study

City Planning is undertaking a study to determine how to best leverage investment in new transit infrastructure (subway and light rail transit) at Keele and Finch for the benefit of the community and city. Subscribers will receive updates on a periodic basis of approximately one/month, with more updates around consultations.

King Parliament Secondary Plan Review

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L’Amoreaux Kidstown Water Park Redesign & Replacement

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Liberty Village Study

The City is undertaking a Public Realm and Community Services and Facilities Study to address the need for more open space and community services and facilities resulting from significant residential and commercial growth in Liberty Village. Subscribers will receive periodic updates and notifications on upcoming meetings, events, and engagement opportunities.

Licensing and Zoning for Restaurants, Bars and Entertainment Venues

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Little Jamaica & Eglinton West

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New Park at 60 Howard Street

Subscribers receive updates about the park design for a new 1,305 m2 park at 60 Howard St. in the Bloor and Parliament area.

Night Economy

Subscribe to stay informed of key updates, information, and resources connected to the City of Toronto’s multi-divisional Night Economy initiatives.

Official Plan Review

The City is undertaking an Official Plan Review and Municipal Comprehensive Review. This exercise will not create a new Official Plan, but will review and adjust the Plan where necessary. Subscribers receive updates on a periodic basis, with more updates around public consultation meetings.

Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan

Subscribe to stay informed about updates and public consultation activities in the development of the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. Parks and recreation facilities support participation in activities that keep people active, healthy and connected to their communities. This 20-year plan will guide decision-making and future investment, and is being developed to support sustainable and equitable access to high quality parks and recreation facilities across the city. Updates are typically monthly.

Parkland Strategy

Stay informed about public consultation activities and surveys regarding Toronto’s Parkland Strategy. The Parkland Strategy is a long-term vision and investment strategy for the enhancement of Toronto’s park system through the creation of new parks and the expansion and improved access to existing parks. Updates will be sent regularly.

Participatory Budgeting Pilot Project

The City is conducting a Participatory Budgeting pilot project in Wards 12, 33 and 35. This list will provide updates on the pilot project and invitations to provide input. Two to three messages will be sent at key stages of the pilot project.

Plaza Point of View (POV)

City Planning is studying commercial strip plazas (or “strip malls”) across Toronto to understand how they serve local communities and contribute to the city’s economy. Subscribers will receive updates related to PlazaPOV Study including notices about upcoming meetings, events, ways to participate and get involved, project milestones and Council and Committee decisions.

Policing Reform

Subscribers will stay engaged on necessary changes required to rebuild community trust and confidence in our police services. Learn more about upcoming consultations and engagement opportunities.

Property Standards and Apartment Buildings Review

Subscribers will receive updates related to the City of Toronto’s review of the bylaws governing housing, apartment buildings (RentSafeTO) and property standards.

Poverty Reduction Strategy

Stay informed about what the City of Toronto and its partners are doing to reduce poverty in the city. Regular updates sent monthly.

Rail Deck Park

Subscribers received the latest updates on the Rail Deck Park projects including upcoming engagement events, news releases, staff reports, and Council decisions. Timing and frequency of emails will vary depending on relevant events and updates.

Reimagining the Gardens – Edwards Gardens and Toronto Botanical Garden Master Plan

Reimagining the Gardens is an initiative led by Parks, Forestry and Recreation in partnership with the Toronto Botanical Garden. to develop a Master Plan Study for the long-term planning for Edwards Gardens (as City parkland), the ravine system, and the Toronto botanical Garden complex within Edwards Gardens.

Ready, Set, Midtown

Subscribe for periodic updates about project milestones, as well as information on opportunities to participate in Ready, Set, Midtown.

Richmond-Adelaide Cycle Track Study

The City is studying the potential for physically separated bicycle lanes in the Richmond-Adelaide corridor, from Bathurst Street to Sherbourne Street. A north-south cycling connection between the existing Beverly Street bicycle lanes and the waterfront will also be studied. This study is following an Environmental Assessment process. Two to three messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

Scarborough Centre on the Move

The City of Toronto is undertaking a Transportation Master Plan study for Scarborough Centre. The study will support the vision and evolution of Scarborough Centre into a walkable and connected urban centre, with an efficient, safe, and balanced transportation network. Subscribers will receive updates and notifications of meetings on a periodic basis, especially around public consultation meetings.

Special Committee on Governance – Public Consultations Information

Subscribe to receive updates on the series of public consultations being undertaken by the Special Committee on Governance. The consultations will help the City better understand how residents engage with the various decision-making processes at the City of Toronto, and opportunities to share their ideas for strengthening Toronto’s municipal government.

St Lawrence Market North Redevelopment

Subscribers receive information about the redevelopment of an iconic landmark – the St. Lawrence Market North Building. The City has launched a design competition to find the best architectural design for the redevelopment of this property. The number of e-updates varies.

Toronto Housing Plan

Receive invitations to consultations and updates on the new plan to address affordable housing and homelessness in Toronto. Approximately 1-3 emails per month.

Toronto Planning Review Panel

The Toronto Planning Review Panel is a new resident advisory group providing input into the planning process. Sign up to receive updates, including meeting agendas, learning materials and summary reports. Subscribers will receive approximately one communication per month.

Transit-oriented Communities

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Transportation Innovation Zones

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Wabash Community Recreation Centre

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Waterfront Transit Network Expansion

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West Toronto Railpath Extension

The City is studying a preferred route for extending the West Toronto Railpath from Dundas Street West, along the Georgetown GO Transit rail corridor, to Strachan Avenue. This study is following an Environmental Assessment process. One to two messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

Woodside Square Planning Review

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Yonge Street Linear Park Improvements

The Yonge Street Linear Park network provides vital green space and a popular pedestrian route parallel to Yonge Street in the Church-Wellesley neighbourhood. The revitalization project includes George Hislop Park, Norman Jewison Park and Alexander Street Parkette. The park improvements will be guided by the Yonge Street Linear Park Master Plan 2017.

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