Basement Flooding Improvements Study

Posted on August 13, 2019

Notice of Study Commencement

The City of Toronto has initiated several Class Environmental Assessment (EA) studies to identify causes of flooding and develop solutions to reduce the risk of future surface and basement flooding before it is discharged to watercourses.

Study Areas 42, 44 & 62, located within the St. Clair Avenue, Jane/ Keele Street, DVP area, has experienced basement and surface flooding during extreme storms in the past.

In response, the City of Toronto has initiated these EA studies to address flooding that originates within the City’s property such as roads and sewer infrastructure (public property).

The Process

These studies are being planned as a Master Plan in accordance with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process and will result in a series of recommended basement flooding remediation projects. The Master Plans will define the problem, consider and evaluate alternative solutions, assess
impacts of the preferred solutions and identify measures to lessen any adverse impacts.

Public Consultation

Opportunities for public input are planned throughout the study, including an online survey, stakeholder meetings and public consultation events.  Information about each study’s progress will be made available on the webpage and shared with persons who sign-up for updates.

We Would Like to Hear From You

Visit toronto.ca/bfea for more information and to take part in our online survey or contact us if you want to be placed on our mailing list for updates.

Tel: 416-392-8210
Tty: 416-338-0889

Email: floodingstudy@toronto.ca
Visit: toronto.ca/bfea

Toronto’s Child Care and Early Years Programs

Posted on August 13, 2019

Toronto Children’s Services is developing its next five year plan to guide the planning and delivery of child care and early years programs in Toronto. This plan will include actions for improving and advancing these services for Toronto’s diverse families. It’s important that these services meet local families’ needs and preferences. We need to hear from as many families as possible about what’s working well and what’s not. Thank you in advance for adding your voice to this important process!

Share your feedback in two different ways:

-Complete an online survey at www.torontofamilieshaveyoursay.ca before September 18th, 2019

or

-Attend a consultation event in June, July, or August 2019

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