Metrolinx Additional Landscaping

Posted on October 1, 2015

As part of Metrolinx’ commitment to beautify and provide greenery along the rail corridor, they have identified 5 additional locations in Parkdale-High Park where they will be adding landscaping which includes tree and shrub planting.  Approximate depictions of the plans are attached. The areas include:

Noble Street
Cunningham Avenue
West Lodge Park
Wabash Avenue
Morrow Avenue

Metrolinx will maintain the plantings for the two year warranty period and the City has assumed responsibility after the warranty period. Metrolinx  plans to begin planting by mid-October.

Please click here for full details: Metrolinx Additional Landscaping

RoDARS King ST West

Posted on October 1, 2015

Construction of concrete sidewalks and road cut repairs to repair utility cuts at various locations. Traffic control persons will be on site to direct pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Work will be done on one side of the street at a time.

Please see the following PDF for more information:
RoDARS King St West from Oct 01 to Oct 31 2015

Public meetings continue this week on options for Toronto's ward boundaries

Posted on October 1, 2015

 

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Residents and business owners are invited to attend public meetings to provide input on five options for Toronto’s new ward boundaries as part of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review process. The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is intended to ensure that each person in Toronto has equitable representation at City Council.

 

This week, three public meetings are scheduled in the Toronto and East York area:

 

  • Saturday, October 3 from 10 a.m. to noon
    Holy Rosary Church Hall, 356 St. Clair Ave. W., Room 2 (main floor)
  • Wednesday, October 7 from 7 to 9 p.m.
    Metro Hall, 55 John St., Room 308-309
  • Thursday, October 8 from 7 to 9 p.m.
    Riverdale Hub, 1326 Gerrard St. E., 3rd floor, south space

 

Three public meetings are also scheduled for each of the Scarborough and Etobicoke-York community council areas. Meetings already took place in North York. The full schedule is available at http://www.drawthelines.ca.

 

Input received at the public meetings and via the online survey at http://www.drawthelines.ca/completesurvey will inform the final Ward Boundary Review Report, which will include a recommended option. The final report will be presented to the Executive Committee and Toronto City Council in May 2016.

 

The City of Toronto has oversight of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review. The study is being carried out by an independent team of consultants that is responsible for making sure the process is objective.

 

The consultants responsible for the project released the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Options Report on August 11. That report, available at http://www.drawthelines.ca/theoptions, outlines five options for Toronto’s new ward boundaries. The design of the options incorporates input received during round one of the civic engagement and public consultation process.

Public meetings continue this week on options for Toronto’s ward boundaries

Posted on October 1, 2015

 

City-Of-Toronto-BannerLogo

Residents and business owners are invited to attend public meetings to provide input on five options for Toronto’s new ward boundaries as part of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review process. The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is intended to ensure that each person in Toronto has equitable representation at City Council.

 

This week, three public meetings are scheduled in the Toronto and East York area:

 

  • Saturday, October 3 from 10 a.m. to noon
    Holy Rosary Church Hall, 356 St. Clair Ave. W., Room 2 (main floor)
  • Wednesday, October 7 from 7 to 9 p.m.
    Metro Hall, 55 John St., Room 308-309
  • Thursday, October 8 from 7 to 9 p.m.
    Riverdale Hub, 1326 Gerrard St. E., 3rd floor, south space

 

Three public meetings are also scheduled for each of the Scarborough and Etobicoke-York community council areas. Meetings already took place in North York. The full schedule is available at http://www.drawthelines.ca.

 

Input received at the public meetings and via the online survey at http://www.drawthelines.ca/completesurvey will inform the final Ward Boundary Review Report, which will include a recommended option. The final report will be presented to the Executive Committee and Toronto City Council in May 2016.

 

The City of Toronto has oversight of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review. The study is being carried out by an independent team of consultants that is responsible for making sure the process is objective.

 

The consultants responsible for the project released the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Options Report on August 11. That report, available at http://www.drawthelines.ca/theoptions, outlines five options for Toronto’s new ward boundaries. The design of the options incorporates input received during round one of the civic engagement and public consultation process.

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