3194-3206 Dundas St West: LPAT appeal

I wanted to give you an important update on the development proposal at 3194-3206 Dundas St West. I have been informed by the City Clerk’s Office and our Planning Department that earlier this week the proponent appealed their application to the Local Planning Appeals Tribunal (LPAT), formerly known as the OMB. As you may remember in… Continue reading 3194-3206 Dundas St West: LPAT appeal

ActiveTO will include Lake Shore Boulevard West this weekend

Yesterday, the City of Toronto announced that the ActiveTO major weekend road closure along Lake Shore Boulevard West will be in place for the first time in 2021 this weekend. Weekend road closures to vehicles will also be in place along Lake Shore Boulevard East, Bayview Avenue, and in High Park to make more space… Continue reading ActiveTO will include Lake Shore Boulevard West this weekend

City of Toronto begins provincially-mandated review of its Official Plan

The City of Toronto is reviewing its Official Plan to develop a revised vision for city planning over the next 30 years, through to 2051. The City is calling this Official Plan review process “Our Plan Toronto” because it is a plan for everyone and requires input from all. The Province of Ontario’s “A Place… Continue reading City of Toronto begins provincially-mandated review of its Official Plan

Information on Official Plan and Rezoning application: 2 Howard Park Avenue

An Official Plan and Rezoning application has been filed for 2 Howard Park Avenue (at Dundas St West). The Application proposes a 10-storey flat-ironed shaped mixed-use building, including 377 square metres of grade-related retail, 128 residential units, 40 below-grade parking spaces, 116 long-term bicycle parking spaces, and 13 short-term bicycle parking spaces. Planning staff are… Continue reading Information on Official Plan and Rezoning application: 2 Howard Park Avenue

The West Toronto Junction Historical Society are looking for members for their Executive team

WTJHS is a volunteer organization of local history enthusiasts. This year the WTJHS is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Society’s incorporation as a non-profit charitable organization.  It is led by the Executive which includes all standing committee chairs and six elected executive officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Membership Secretary, Recording Secretary and Correspondent Secretary.  At this time… Continue reading The West Toronto Junction Historical Society are looking for members for their Executive team

Help prevent your home from basement flooding

Basements can flood for many reasons. While the City of Toronto is working to improve its complex system of underground pipes, sewers and catch basins, these improvements alone cannot completely protect a home from basement flooding. During heavy rain, the sewers can become overloaded and it’s important for homeowners to take steps to help protect… Continue reading Help prevent your home from basement flooding