For Those Impacted by Ice Storm – City of Toronto Reception Centres

In collaboration with the Red Cross, the City of Toronto has opened a number of Reception Centres for residents affected by power outages. Staff continue to identify additional locations and updates will be forthcoming. At the centres, residents will have access to heat, food, water and rest. Centres are open 24 hours:

Dennis R Timbrell Community Centre
29 St Denis Drive (Eglinton/Don Mills)

Malvern Community Centre
30 Sewells Rd, (Neilson/Rd/Finch)

Agincourt Community Centre
31 Glen Walford Rd (Sheppard/Midland)

Don Montgomery Community Centre
2467 Eglinton Avenue East (Eglinton/Midland)

Driftwood Community Centre
4401 Jane Street (between Finch and Steeles)

Mitchell Field Community Centre
89 Church Avenue (Yonge/Finch)

Joseph P Piccinini Community Centre
1369 St Clair Avenue West (St Clair/Keele)

In addition, 13 Toronto Police Service facilities have been identified as having community rooms available for use 24/7 as warming centres:

Division 11 – 2054 Davenport Road (Davenport/Osler)

Division 12 – 200 Trethewey Drive (Trethewey/Black Creek)

Division 14 – 350 Dovercourt Road (College/Dovercourt)

Division 22 – 3699 Bloor Street West (Bloor West/Dundas West)

Division 23 – 5230 Finch Avenue West (Kipling/Finch)

Division 31 – 40 Norfinch Road (Norfinch/Finch West)

Division 33 – 50 Upjohn Road (York Mills/Don Mills)

Division 42 – 242 Milner Avenue (Milner/Markham)

Division 51 – 51 Parliament Street (Front/Parliament)

Division 52 – 255 Dundas Street West (LOBBY ONLY)

Toronto Police Service College – 70 Birmingham Street (Birmingham/Fifth)

Toronto Police Service Headquarters – 40 College Street (College/Bay)