Mark your calendars!
Come join us for our annual Compost Day taking place at the northeast corner of Wabash and Macdonell on Thursday, May 25th at 4 PM.
Just in time for the gardening season, compost will be available for pickup at the location free of charge and while supplies last, so be sure to arrive early with your shovel and containers!
We hope to see you there.
Time for a new roof? The City offers incentives for the installation of green and cool roofs on Toronto’s residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. Green roofs are eligible for $100 per square metre, cool roofs from $2 to $5 per square metre. You can also get a grant to assess the capacity of your building to support a green roof. Learn more and apply here: Eco-Roof Incentive Program.
The City of Toronto will replace the combined sewer and a portion of the City-owned portion of sanitary service laterals on Spencer Avenue from 70 to 100 Spencer Avenue starting in May 2017. This replacement is in response to an operational defect found in this sewer and is necessary for the functionality of the sewer system. More information can be found within the flyer below.
Start Date: May 15, 2017
End Date: June 9, 2017
The Victoria Day Holiday meal list (a list of drop-in hours and meal times) for Monday, May 22nd can be downloaded via this link:http://tdin.ca/res_documents/Victoria%20Day%202017%20drop-in%20hours%20and%20meal%20times.pdf
The list is also posted on the TDIN website here: http://tdin.ca/resource.php?id=493
Please share this information with anyone who might need to know where to access free meals and daytime shelter during the Victoria Day holiday.Victoria Day 2017 drop-in hours and meal times
Please see below the preferred concept design for Chelsea Park.
Special thanks to all the community members who called, sent an email, or attended the meeting on April 20th. Parks’ staff worked very hard to meet the community’s desires as best as possible.
Staff will be proceeding with preparing the Contract Documents (Drawings & Specifications) for Contractor procurement purposes.
The current schedule is to commence construction in the fall of 2017.Chelsea Park Improvements Final Concept
The City continues to phase in delivery of the new Green Bins and our neighbourhood will start receiving the new bins beginning May 19. It will take about three months to complete this distribution. Don’t be alarmed if you see residents in your area with new bins and you have not received one — yours is coming. On the same day that residents get their new Green Bin, the old one will be taken away and recycled. If we miss removing your old bin that day, set it out EMPTY on your next collection cycle and it will be picked up then (those who miss this second opportunity may contact 311 to arrange removal).
Here are some of the New Green Bin’s key features:
- It is animal-resistant so it can be stored outside or placed at the curb the night before collection with the lid in the locked position.
- It is larger and can hold more organics, with no weight restrictions. Plus, it meets automated collection requirements.
- Set out position is important. Place the bin with the dial in the locked position with the arrows on the top of the lid facing the street to receive collection. Please remember to leave space (0.5 metres) between bins for automated collection.
- It is assigned to your address just like your recycling or garbage bins
- It is repairable, simply call 311 if your bin breaks and they will send someone to your house to fix it.
More tips on using your new bin will be delivered with the bin. More information, including maps of bin delivery progress, can be found at www.toronto.ca/greenbin. It is important to start using your new bin on your next collection day because we will no longer be able to collect from the old one.
Your strong participation in the Green Bin Program has made it the most successful and beneficial program of its type in North America. Thank you for your dedication.
In partnership with the Indonesian Consulate General, a shadow puppet Wayang Kulit show will be held at Parkdale Library (1303 Queen St W) on Saturday, May 13th at 2:00pm.
Renowned for its elaborate puppets and complex music style this form of storytelling originated on the island of Java, Indonesia. Wayang is a Javanese word for shadow puppet theatre, sometimes the puppet itself is referred to as Wayang. UNESCO designated Wayang Kulit, the best known of the Indonesian Wayang, as a masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on November 7, 2003. In return for the acknowledgement, UNESCO required Indonesians to preserve their heritage.
The City of Toronto is planning to reconstruct the laneway between Cowan Avenue and Spencer Avenue. Our inspection of the laneway shows that it needs reconstruction to bring it to a state of good repair.
The work is expected to start in summer 2017 and finish in fall 2017.
The work is part of the Council-approved 2017 Capital Works Program to renew aging city roads and laneways for current and future needs.17ECS-TI-03LR Pre-Construction Notice - S King E Cowan Laneway
The City of Toronto will be improving the intersection at Indian Road and High Park Blvd to improve Pedestrian Safety at this intersection by raising the elevation of the intersection to reduce the driving speed, adding zebra cross lines, and tactile plates at the curb corners.
Work is expected to start in summer of 2017 and finish in fall 2017.
The work is part of the Council-approved 2017 Capital Works Program to renew aging city roads and sidewalk for current and future needs.17ECS-TI-03LR Pre-Construction Notice - Indian Road
Mark your calendars!
Come join us for our annual Compost Day taking place at Indian Road Crescent Junior Public School (285 Indian Rd. Crescent), on Saturday, May 20th at 10 AM.
Just in time for the gardening season, free compost will be available for pickup by the parking lot located north of the school, while supplies last.
Be sure to arrive early with your shovel and containers!
We hope to see you there,