Bathurst Street (south of Front Street) Road Bridge Rehabilitation and Pedestrian Bridge Replacement.
Expected Start Date: January 8 2018
Expected End Date: August 31 2018
Download Bathurst St Bridge Repairs
Download TOcore December 2 Meeting Notice
Date: December 2, 2017
Time: Drop in between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Presentations at 10:15 a.m., 11:45 a.m. & 1:00 p.m.
Location: YWCA Toronto, 87 Elm Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 0A8
The City of Toronto is holding an open house on the proposed Downtown Plan, where you can drop by to gather information, speak with staff and share comments.
The proposed Downtown Plan will serve as a blueprint to guide growth in the heart of Toronto and the development of infrastructure to support it over the next 25 years. The Plan seizes on the opportunities that come with intensification, while addressing the challenges often associated with growth. To guide implementation, the Downtown Plan will include five supporting Infrastructure Strategies that address parks and public realm, mobility, community services and facilities, energy, and water.
This open house will provide an overview of the proposed Downtown Plan and the five Infrastructure Strategies. Please drop in at any time, share your thoughts, and learn more about how the plan for our growing Downtown will improve liveability for all Torontonians.
For more information and to take our online survey on the Plan:
Toronto Planning Department is holding a public meeting to bring citizens up-to-date on *New City Initiated Official Plan Amendment* Rail Deck Park. (Another Private Development Proposal is scheduled for review for this Space)
Please plan to attend this important meeting.
DATE: Tuesday, November 14th
TIME: 10:00 AM
PLACE: City Hall, Committee Room 1, 100 Queen St. w., 2nd Fl
For more information or to get involved visit http://toronto.ca/railcorridorstudy
Download Nov. 14 Meeting Notice
The CityPlace Residents Association is pleased to support the commemoration November 5-11 as Treaties Recognition Week.
A Traditional Territory Land Acknowledgement of the Indigenous First Nations, Metis and Inuit presence through the creation of a miniature village with longhouses, teepees and more is located in the CityPlace Community near the planters on the sidewalk by Jumblies Theatre 132 Fort York (between Dan Leckie Way and Queens Wharf Rd).
We were made to understand that “the miniature village was created a few years ago by Ojibway artist Philip Cote with diverse CityPlace community members of all ages. It was a way for people to chat and learn some Indigenous history while making art. [Jumblies Theatre] used the village in many performances, events, photographs and installations.”
As a fitting way to commemorate Treaties Recognition Week, we are calling for the installation of a Traditional Territory Land Acknowledgement plaque in Canoe Landing Park.
Audio Link: http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1087752259822/ CBC Metro Morning on need for the city’s first Indigenous Office
The CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl has been very successful and the buzz and vibrancy of the event was one that can only be described as awesome/awe inspiring.
We would greatly value your feedback through this 2 minute survey: http://cityplacera.com/survey/
Please complete the survey by Sunday, November 12th, 2017.
What: Waterfront Summit
When: October 27, 2017 at 7pm – October 28, 2017 at 5pm
Where: The Globe and Mail Centre
351 King St E
Toronto, ON M5G 0L6
On October 27 and 28, stakeholders and residents from across the waterfront will gather for the Waterfront For All Summit at the Globe and Mail Centre located at 451 King Street East.
Waterfront Toronto and other stakeholder organizations are partnering to discuss preserving and enhancing the Toronto waterfront as a unique natural and cultural resource for all of us to enjoy.
Tickets are $25 – lunch will be served on October 28th. Limited tickets are available at http://www.waterfrontforall.ca/?recruiter_id=41327