Infrastructure and Environment

  • Clean Toronto Together

    Clean Toronto Together CancellationClean Toronto Together, the City's annual spring cleanup, which brings together more than 200,000 resident and community groups, schools, and businesses to help clean public spaces, including parks, beaches and schoolyards, has been cancelled due to COVID-19. The City is planning to reschedule Clean Toronto Together in September, subject to public health approvals at that time. Additional details about the September cleanup, including the dates, registration process and safety measures, will be announced at a later date.
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  • ActiveTO 2021

    ActiveTOThis week, a City of Toronto staff report on ActiveTO recommends the return of Major Weekend Road Closures as well as a complete street pilot project along a section of Yonge Street to support the local economy and CaféTO with an expansion of the temporary ActiveTO cycling network. As detailed in the report, City staff are recommending that Major Weekend Road Closures return in 2021. The dates and locations of closures will be determined in the coming months. This program...
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  • Community and Allotment Gardens 2021

    City to Expedite Opening Community Gardens and Allotment GardensTo help gardeners get a head start on spring preparation work, the City of Toronto will be opening its community and allotment gardens six weeks earlier this year. Having these gardens across our Ward, including at Dufferin Grove Park, Symington Avenue Playground and Earlscourt Park, these spaces provide our communities with a source of fresh produce and another option for essential fresh air and exercise.
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  • Commemorating Toronto's Natural Ice Rinks

    Commemorating Toronto's Natural Ice Rink ProgramAs part of its Welcome T.O. Winter parks plan this season, the City of Toronto worked closely with community groups to facilitate 46 natural ice rinks in parks across the City. Every winter, residents build and maintain natural rinks on parkland, providing a family-friendly and safe recreational activity in parks across Toronto. Davenport-based director Kelsey Larkin created a short video about the natural ice rink at Dovercourt Park, which documents community volunteers and City employees'...
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  • 2021 Park People Grant

    Park People GrantTD Park People Grants will provide $2,000 to groups from the Greater Toronto Area to help build vital connections between people and city parks. Enhance green spaces by hosting three online or in-person activities such as nature webinars, scavenger hunts or photo contests. Applications close on March 1st. Visit the website to get all of the details, helpful event ideas and application forms for the TD Park People Grants program.
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  • Smart City Challenge: How would you improve Toronto through data and technology?

    The City is competing for $50 million in the Federal Smart Cities Challenge and we need your help to come up with an ambitious and unique idea. Using data and technology, smart cities have the potential to improve all aspects of livability and opportunity in a city– from transportation, the environment, economy, communities, engagement and social services. We want to know your ideas for how data and technology can make a meaningful impact to life in Toronto. Think big! Please...
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  • Investing In the Potential of Toronto's Waterfront

    The ongoing revitalization of our waterfront presents new opportunities to re-imagine how our city can grow to support Toronto's livability and long-term prosperity. The potential to create modern, sustainable, inclusive and enjoyable communities is no more apparent than in the Port Lands. In June, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, the Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne, and Mayor of the City of Toronto, John Tory, joined Waterfront Toronto CEO Will Fleissig to announce joint funding of $1.185 billion for Waterfront Toronto...
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  • Torontonians encouraged to help protect migrating birds

    Each year, tens of millions of birds make their way over and through the city of Toronto on their annual spring migration in April and May. It is estimated that during this migration, more than a million of them end up injured or dead from collisions with windows in the Toronto area. Many of the birds come from Central and South America and travel as far north as Canada's boreal forest. They prefer to fly during the night, using natural...
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  • Metrolinx Dufferin Bridge Expansion Announcement

    Earlier this month, I was pleased to welcome Mayor John Tory and the Ontario Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca to the West Queen West neighbourhood as the Province announced the commencement of construction on the Dufferin Bridge Widening Project (you can learn more about this project by clicking here). The expanded bridge will be constructed to accommodate the space required for the proposed southward extension of the West Toronto Railpath to the West Queen West Community and will connect...
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Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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Phone: 416-392-7012

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1240 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N5

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