This is a reminder that you will be receiving the Garbage Bin Order Packages (i.e. brochure and Garbage Bin order card) starting
Need help deciding which bin is right for you? Visit a display to see the different sizes of Garbage Bins available and to talk to City of
Events in Ward 14:
Parkdale Public Library
Gord will be there from 6pm-730pm
Gord will be there from 430pm-6pm
Gord will be there from
Bin Sizes: garbage-bin-illustrations-all-sizes.pdf
Please find attached a copy of the letter that I have submitted to the
and the item in question is number 16.6 (in conjunction with the Toronto Pedestrian Committee’s request). If you would like to make any comments on this item, please write to the Committee administrator Rosalind Dyers at email@example.com. You can request to depute in person on this item, or submit written comments.
Rosalind can also be reached at 416-392-8018.
On Saturday May 31st I will be co-hosting a “Parkdale Sports Day,”with the Parkdale Intercultural Association. All children and youth of
Free health information and exciting take home items will also be available. Light refreshments will also be served.
Please see attached flyer for more details.
The spring is here and our Parkdale –
I encourage you to check out the website event calendar for more details. If you and your neighbours are interested in knowing more about community gardening please don’t hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to seeing you all out this planting season!
Western Beaches Master Plan – Notice of Community Advisory Groups Meeting #2- Charette
This Saturday, at , planningAlliance is hosting the second charette meeting at St. Joe’s Hospital. The City of
Please see attached flyer notice-of-cag-_2-charette-_-sent.pdf
Riding your bike helps your health and the environment
The City of
Cycling is a great way to get around the City. And, when you bike, you are doing a number of positive things for you and your community.
You are helping in the efforts to stem climate change by helping to reduce the harmful emissions in our air and you are assisting the community by reducing our dependence on vehicular traffic. That helps reduce traffic congestion.
And then, there’s the effect on you. Cycling is a positive physical activity that leads to a healthy lifestyle and healthy communities.
It’s a combination that just can’t be beat!
Don’t forget, one of the major highlights of Bike Month is the Toronto Criterium – a high speed circuit bike race on Friday, May 30th. Riders will compete for $20,000 in prizes on a course near the St. Lawrence Market. Come out and watch the action. There will also be a bike expo on site.
Join in the fun. Join bike Week 2008. From film screenings to art exhibits, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Go to www.toronto.ca/cycling/events for a list of these special activities.