Call 311 for City Services!

Recent News

  • Extreme Heat Alert, Wed. July 29

    EYCC sq

    East York Civic Centre is one of several cooling centres open. Based on information from Environment Canada, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health has upgraded the Heat Alert to an Extreme Heat Alert for today. The Extreme Heat Alert will be in effect until further notice. During an Extreme Heat Alert, the public is encouraged to […]

  • Please water your tree! A friendly reminder from DECA

    It’s very dry out and trees are suffering! If a tree has drooping and yellowing leaves it’s in trouble. It needs a slow tricking hose OR several large watering cans of water (best administered while holding a beverage of choice ) . Depending on the size of the tree give it 8-20 gallons in a […]

  • Danforth Safety

    July 23, 2015 Dear Neighbours, I am writing to provide information about the shooting on the Danforth last evening, and steps being taken in response. As a local resident and City Councillor, I know this was a frightening incident that has raised questions and concerns about the safety on the Danforth and in our local […]

  • Heat Alert declared for Toronto

    July 27, 2015 Based on information from Environment Canada, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a Heat Alert for Toronto today. The Heat Alert will be in effect until further notice. During a Heat Alert, the public is encouraged to call or visit family, friends and neighbours, especially isolated adults and seniors who are […]

  • Long weekend! City of Toronto recreational services offered on Simcoe Day

    The City of Toronto encourages residents to take advantage of the City’s attractions and recreational sites open for residents and visitors to enjoy on Simcoe Day, Monday, August 3. Outdoor swimming Drop by your local outdoor pool, splash pad or wading pool on Monday. All City outdoor pools, wading pools and splash pads will be […]

  • Public and industry input invited on regulations for Toronto’s ground transportation industry

    The City of Toronto is undertaking a review of the operations of Uber and similar technologies, including the public’s interest in them and their impacts on Toronto’s taxicab and limousine industries. Key areas of the review will include: ● what bylaw changes are necessary to bring new and emerging technologies into regulation as part of […]

  • Mayor’s Housing Task Force finds millions for repairs, pushes for immediate action to improve conditions for tenants

    July 15, 2015 The Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing announced today in its Interim Report that it has found hundreds of millions of dollars in additional funds for housing repairs through mortgage re-financing. Working closely with officials from the City and Toronto Community Housing (TCH), the Task Force helped re-finance a number of […]

  • Have your say on Toronto’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy


    Don’t miss this opportunity to share your ideas on how the City should manage its waste in the future: Get caught up by reading our most recent Project Update Take an online survey and share your feedback before July 24, 2015 The City needs and welcomes your input. Find out what the Waste Strategy is […]

  • Go Swimming!


    Click here for the leisure swim hours for all City of Toronto pools!

  • News from East End Arts

    Hot days call for cool community events – and the east end is full of summer fun! –> Pan Am Path Zone 9 – Shift: On July 11, join us for a bike ride tour of Zone 9 for the Pan Am Path Art Relay. Meet at Taylor Creek Park at 1 pm. BYOB(icycle)! –> Dawes Crossing Community Events: Free events at the outdoor meeting […]

  • Davis Dispatch Summer Greetings, June 2015

    Davis Dispatch Summer Greetings, June 2015

  • Pan Am Games


    This summer, our city will be the proud Host City of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games. The Pan Am Games are the third largest international multi-sport games, only surpassed by the Olympic Summer Games and the Asian Games. Toronto will welcome 10,000+ athletes, coaches and officials as well as tens of […]

  • Toronto’s Summerlicious has begun!


    From July 3 to 26, Summerlicious, presented by Interac Association, offers three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at exceptional value, served at more than 210 of Toronto’s top restaurants. Summerlicious is also introducing its first culinary event series featuring five special dining experiences. More information and a complete list of participating restaurants is available […]

  • Public input sought on City of Toronto Act, 2006 and other municipal legislation

    The City of Toronto encourages Torontonians to provide their input this summer to the Province of Ontario on how municipal legislation is working. Led by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Province is reviewing key pieces of municipal legislation to ensure that municipalities across Ontario have the tools, powers and flexibility they need […]

  • The City’s second cycling survey online

    The City of Toronto has launched the next phase a new bike plan process: fill out their second survey now! Later this year, City staff will bring a new 10-year cycling network plan forward to City Council. Our goal is to ensure that our core ask of building a city-wide Minimum Grid of 100 km of […]