Stanley G. Grizzle Park Upgrade Consultation happening Thursday, October 19th at 5:30pm in the park.
Based on a recommendation in the Toronto Police Service’s Transformational Task Force report Action Plan, 54 Division and 55 Division are being consolidated. The City of Toronto’s Real Estate Services division, in partnership with the Toronto Police Service and City Planning, has conducted a search for suitable properties within the service areas of 54 Division and 55 Division. After evaluating properties through a set of criteria, three potential properties were chosen and Staff are holding a community consultation to hear from residents.
Community feedback is an important part of the site selection process. Staff are looking forward to working together to ensure that the new site is selected based on the vision and the needs of the Toronto Police Service and the communities they serve.
You can find my latest update on the proposed development at 90 Eastdale at the link below, including information about the OMB Prehearing on August 1st: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/90-Eastdale-Update–OMB-Prehearing-Information.html?soid=1108948661327&aid=2KXCyxdcHSc
Join us for an information session for east end parents on the City of Toronto’s bold new 10-year Child Care Growth Strategy, on June 26th at 6:30pm at the East York Civic Centre (850 COxwell Ave). Featuring Elaine Baxter-Trahair, General Manager of Toronto Children’s Services. Please note that free child care for this meeting is […]
This fall, construction will begin on a new splash pad in Coleman Park, complete with a variety of spray water features for kids to enjoy! The existing wading pool will be upgraded and remain in the park. We’d love to get your input on the design for this project, so I’ll be hosting a drop-in […]
From May through October 2017, the City of Toronto’s fourth annual Cultural Hotspot initiative will celebrate and spotlight the arts, artists, culture, food, events and communities of East York and east-end neighbourhoods. Highlights of this year’s Cultural Hotspot program include projects produced in partnership with local community arts groups, such as: three new […]
Free City of Toronto compost will be dropped this Saturday, April 22nd at 9 AM at the following 2 locations. Topham Park – South End Parkview Hills – intersection of Northline Rd and Northdale Blvd (northeast corner) All compost is provided free of charge from the City’s yard waste program. Compost will also be available […]
Clean Toronto Together is this weekend on Saturday April 22nd and Sunday April 23rd. Thousands of people across Toronto will be pitching in to clean their local green spaces and I hope you can join us! Drop by any of the scheduled cleanups listed below. You can learn more about this City-wide event on the website here. […]
Based on a series of community consultations, Parks staff have now provided a final concept design for improvements to the playground in Joshua Cronkwright Parkette. Thanks to everyone who came out to give input and ideas for this important community space! Construction at Joshua Cronkwright Parkette is expected to begin late summer/early fall of 2017. […]
As you know, the City has been exploring ways to improve the quality of our rental housing stock, home to half of Toronto’s residents. Good News…. In December Council directed staff in the Municipal Licensing and Standards Department (MLS) to draft a regulatory bylaw for apartment building owners, and their recommendations are coming to the City’s […]