The CNE is opening this Friday August 15th. Modifications to parking in adjacent neighbourhoods have been put in place to accommodate residents during CNE operation. The changes reflect city initiated community consultation with residents, businesses and stakeholders in the area to receive feedback on traffic and parking impacts during the CNE.
Please see the attached Toronto and East York Community Council approved documents, illustrating the location of the Transportation signs that have been erected in your neighbourhood.
I am pleased to announce that I am in the process of finalizing the Ward 14 annual newsletter that will be delivered to every household and business in the ward this fall. This year’s newsletter will be full of exciting updates on the work we have done together in Ward 14, and will include my work at City Hall and a few of the many exciting new initiatives we have accomplished in each of your communities.
I hope you all with take a look!
This year, I participated in a safety audit with members of the Tibetan Community in the
If you are interested in community safety please consider attending a METRAC Community Safety Audit Training session this fall, or for more information please refer to the attached PDF.
In the coming weeks, you will see advertisements informing
If you or your constituents would like more information, please contact the City’s Tax Customer Service Call Centre at 416-338-4829, or visit the website atwww.toronto.ca/taxes.
Yes in My Back Yard is coming to the Gladestone this fall. For more information please see the PDF below. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Parkdale Youth Festival
The annual Parkdale Youth Festival is back this Saturday August 23rd from 2:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. at Masaryk-Cowan Park, Queen and Cowan. It’s a day of family entertainment to raise awareness for various Parkdale youth service organizations.
The Festival will be comprised of various components, including an “Interactive Art Zone” where individuals can contribute to a “mural of street art”. At the end of the day these pieces will be offered to various community organizations in hopes that they are proudly displayed. Throughout the day there will also be a variety of performances, a children’s activity area and wading pool, a Marketplace of local artisans and vendors, and a Community Information Fair with displays of materials from various youth organizations.
For more information please refer to attached flyer: pyf-web-image.jpg