The date’s been set for this year’s Environment Day…
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 […]
Here comes the snow! Prior to the onset of a storm, Transportation Services will be applying a layer of salt brine to hills and bridges throughout the city. The application of salt brine is intended to prevent the snow from bonding to the pavement and to make it easier to plow the snow to the […]
If you are a senior or disabled resident of Toronto, the City will clear snow from the sidewalk in front of your home in those areas where the service is not provided by machine. The City of Toronto provides sidewalk snow clearing in most of Toronto, however, there are some areas where equipment is unable […]
Another Opportunity to Comment on the Toronto Ward Boundary Review The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) team is seeking feedback from the public, stakeholders and Members of City Council on two items outlined in the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Additional Information Report: REVISED OPTION 2 which has 44 wards and incorporates the refinements suggested during […]
You can find highlights from City Council’s July 12, 13, 14 and 15 Meeting at this link, including Toronto’s 15-year Transit Plan, the Road Safety Plan, and Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Direction. Council will be meeting again on October 5th. 2016.
Dear Neighbours, By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the weekend shooting on the Danforth, just west of Coxwell. I know this incident is very concerning for many residents, particularly because it took place in the same location as previous shootings. I want to assure you that all your local councillors are taking this situation […]
The Ontario government is proposing dangerous changes to our child care regulations which will affect quality and access. Read my e-blast on this issue and sign onto OCBCC’s open letter here.
The Solid Waste Management Services is developing a Long Term Waste Management Strategy to help spark discussion on how the City will manage waste over the next 30 to 50 years. In order to create further discussion on the Draft Waste Strategy, Solid Waste Management Services will be holding a movie night. The movie being […]
Gather your friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates to clean a park, laneway or any other space that needs your help. Friday, April 22 is the Corporate & School 20-Minute Makeover, and Saturday April 23 & Sunday April 24 are the Community Clean-up Days. Learn more, register and find out where to get your free GLAD® garbage and recycling bags […]
The City of Toronto has begun a review of its Noise Bylaw. The bylaw exists to prevent noise that is likely to disturb residents’ enjoyment and comfort. The goal of the review is to create a noise bylaw that balances the interests of all stakeholders, is up-to-date and easy for residents, property owners and businesses to […]