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Main Street Retail: Share your views

November 6, 2014 Main Street Retail: Animating the public realm through active retail and commercial uses Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, 2nd floor, Committee Room 1 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Background Toronto historic main streets network, one of the most extensive in North America, forms a critical backbone within the city. Main […]

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Public invited to learn more and provide comments on wayfinding in Toronto

September 25, 2014 The City of Toronto is hosting several public consultation activities to obtain input from residents, commuters and visitors on the City’s proposed Wayfinding Strategy and an updated Highway Destination Signage Policy. Wayfinding enables people to find their way around a city. More than just signs and maps, wayfinding comprises names, landmarks and […]

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Ideaspace. Share your ideas with the City

The City is piloting new ways for residents to share their ideas, knowledge and expertise, and help shape the future of Toronto. IdeaSpace is an interactive opportunity for residents to discuss, explore and comment on each other’s ideas and interact with City staff on a variety of topics. First up: City Planning staff want your […]

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Feeling Congested? July 8

“Feeling Congested?” Review of Selected Official Plan Transportation Policies Open House (July 8, 2014) As part of the Five Year Review of the Toronto Official Plan, the City is updating and strengthening selected transportation policies of the Official Plan. A draft set of Official Plan transportation policy changes were presented to the Planning and Growth […]

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Electronic Dance Music Concerts

NOTICE OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION MEETING TO BE HELD BY THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF EXHIBITION PLACE RELATED TO ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC CONCERTS You are invited to attend the public meeting to make your views known regarding Electronic Dance Music Concerts held at Exhibition Place. To assist in scheduling, if you wish to address the Board […]

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Friends of George Webster Park (May 29)

Join Councillor Davis, Parks staff and the Park People to share your ideas of how to animate George Webster Park. Meet Thursday, May 29, 7 to 9 pm at Gower Park Place, 10 Gower St. Contact 416-392-4035 or councillor_davis@toronto.ca for more info.

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Save the Red Door Shelter

The Red Door Shelter for Homeless Families in South Riverdale is threatened by condominium development. The building that houses its long-term home has been put into receivership and is now being bid on by condo developers, leaving the Red Door Family Shelter without a concrete future. Help stop the redevelopment of this family shelter at 875 Queen […]

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Consultations on local appeal body for C of A decisions

City of Toronto hosting public consultations on a proposed local appeal body for Committee of Adjustment decisions The City of Toronto is holding public consultations to speak with Torontonians about the establishment and implementation of a local appeal body that would hear appeals of Committee of Adjustment decisions. The Province of Ontario granted the City […]

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LED Signs: City Consultations

January 23, 2014 City of Toronto seeks input on proposed regulations for electronic and illuminated signs The City of Toronto is holding a series of public consultation sessions from February 3 to 12 to gather public input on proposed changes to regulations for electronic and illuminated signs and billboards. In 2013, the City of Toronto […]

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Online petition: Save our pumper truck!

The 2014 City Budget includes reallocating one pumper truck and crew from Station #224 Woodbine (Woodbine and Holborne Avenue) to a new station in Scarborough. This would leave only one truck in our local station. Please click here to view a map of the response zone. Council will be voting on this in mid-January. Woodbine Heights […]

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Petition – Save the Local Pumper Truck and Crew!

Please print and sign this petition to save our pumper truck and crew! In March 2014, a pumper truck and crew will be taken from our neighbourhood Fire Station 224 Woodbine, and moved to new Station D at Midland and Eglinton. Our local station will be left with one truck, reduced service and increased response times. The City […]

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LED Billboard Consultations

Next week the City of Toronto is hosting public meetings to get your input on potential changes to the sign regulations related to electronic and illuminated signs and billboards. Currently, LED billboards are only allowed along the Gardiner Expressway and in Dundas Square. The proposed changes would allow LED billboards to be posted in all […]

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