The Community Service Partnerships (CSP) program is a key City resource for community-based services. The funding provided helps organizations provide activities that advance City strategic directions and improve social outcomes for vulnerable, marginalized and high-risk communities.
CSP is now open for 2010 funding requests. Community organizations can find information about the program guidelines, priorities and application procedures on the City’s web site at www.toronto.ca/grants/csp/
Returning applicants have been sent information about training and how to prepare their 2010 submissions. New applicants are encouraged to attend one of the information sessions and training workshops in using the on-line application system. Flyers with information about the time and place of information and training sessions can be found on the City’s web site.
The deadline for new and returning applicants is
Questions about the 2010 CSP application process can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or people may contact me directly at 416-397-7302. Please call our general line at 416-392-9125 to be connected with an Agency Review Officer.
As many of you know, the City’s first priority during a major snowfall is to keep the main roads safe and clear for emergency and
Once the main roads are clear, then our crews can get to the side streets. Ploughing on side streets will usually be completed within 14-16 hours after the snow stops falling. An additional 24 hours is often required to plough difficult areas where snow has not been completely cleared.
Sidewalks on main roads, bus stops and transit shelters will generally be ploughed within 48 hours after a snowstorm.
If you live in an area where the City is unable to mechanically clear snow from sidewalks, it is your responsibility to clear the snow and ice. Hey, be a good neighbour! If you are responsible for clearing the sidewalk, please do so promptly for the benefit of all pedestrians in your community.
Here’s an important tip about shoveling snow. Please don’t push snow back onto the road. It’s against the law, hampers snow clearing efforts and is very dangerous for motorists.
Remember, you can get current snow ploughing information by calling 311. Residents can call this number to find out how snow ploughing operations are progressing.
Winter, and the snow that comes with it, is a part of what makes us Canadians. By working together, we can make sure that
Please note there has been a change in location for the Fort York Design Competition Open House that is being held this weekend
The Open House is now located in – COMMITTEE
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