Laneway Reconstruction North of Queen Street West from Callender Street to Triller Avenue

Posted on September 1, 2015

Laneway Reconstruction North of  Queen Street West from Callender Street to Triller Avenue

Expected Start Date: Early Fall 2015

Expected End Date:  Winter 2015

*Timeline is subject to change. Future notice to be provided.

 The City of Toronto is planning to reconstruct a laneway in your area. The laneway is located 30m north of Queen Street West and runs from Callender Street to Triller Avenue. Our inspection of the laneway shows that it needs reconstruction to bring it to a state of good repair.

This work is part of the Council-approved 2015 Capital Works Program to renew aging city roads and laneways for current and future needs.

MAP OF WORK AREA

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WHAT TO EXPECT BEFORE CONSTRUCTION

  • Work crews will mark the locations of underground utilities, such as gas, water and cable so that the construction work does not interfere with these utilities.
  • Affected properties will receive a Construction Notice approximately two weeks before work begins with more information about the work.
  • Work in the boulevard in front of homes and commercial properties is expected. This work includes removing and replacing driveways, municipal sidewalks and grassed boulevards, where necessary.
  • Property owners should remove items located within City property limits (boulevard), such as landscaping and or decorative objects before work starts. If you have a sprinkler system within the boulevard, please contact the Field Ambassador listed below.

Accessible Accommodation: Residents who require accommodation (level entry, longer notice, etc.) must contact the Field Ambassador to arrange for access during the construction period.

 

MORE INFORMATION:

If you have questions about the upcoming work, please contact us.

Field Ambassador  

Taras Pawluk, 416-806-1763, taras.pawluk@wspgroup.com

TTY Hearing Impaired Service 416-338-0889

(7 Days a week, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, closed holidays)

General inquiries 311
Website www.toronto.ca/improvements/ward14.htm

Call for Applications – Looking for 5 Great Project Ideas Led by Youth – Sept. 14 deadline

Posted on September 1, 2015

Calling all youth-led project leaders:
Do you have a passion for improving your community? Are you a youth group with a great idea that needs funding? Are members of your youth group 15 to 29 years old?

If yes, the City of Toronto invites you to consider applying for a
2015 Identify ‘N’ Impact (INI) Grant.

The City of Toronto are looking to fund 5 great ideas!

The Identify ‘N’ Impact (INI) Investment Funding Program Grant is now open for applications. The deadline is September 14th, 2015 at midnight.

This year the City is introducing a Project Idea Pitch Forum.

First, complete the online eligibility and short application form (four questions).

Next step, ten applicants will be shortlisted and invited to attend the October 22, 2015 Idea Pitch Forum from 6:00 – 9:00 PM at City Hall. Five projects from among the 10 finalists will be recommended to City Council for approval in December.

The City has simplified the application form and made it available for you to complete online, please visit: http://cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/s/INI2015/

Applications are due by midnight, September 14th, 2015.

You can access the Guidelines by clicking here.

Who is eligible to apply?
The City’s INI program will award grants to groups of three or more youth, ages 15-29 years old. A group is eligible to apply for an INI grant if it is youth-led, based in Toronto and is not-for-profit. Please visit the 2015 INI Guidelines for more details.

What is INI?
The 2015 INI funding program provides up to five, $10,000 grants, for youth to lead and deliver projects up to one year in length that promote youth empowerment and broader community safety in the City of Toronto. For more information on INI and priority areas for consideration please review the 2015 INI Guidelines.

How to apply:
Please visit the 2015 INI online application here: http://cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/s/INI2015/

Should you have any questions about INI, please contact:

Okeima Lawrence (416) 392-9343 olawren@toronto.ca
Laura Metcalfe (416) 397-4496 lmetcal2@toronto.ca
Zannalyn Robest (416) 392-8691 zroberts@toronto.ca

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