Jul 21 2022

City of Toronto Public Engagement Review

Have you ever seen an invitation from the City to answer a survey, participated in a public meeting, joined a committee or helped shape City decisions in other ways? These are all forms of public engagement that help the City develop its policies, programs and services.   The City is reviewing its public engagement activities […]

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Jul 21 2022

City of Toronto Thermal Comfort Study

The Thermal Comfort Study is intended to address thermal comfort in the public realm and shared outdoor amenity spaces, taking into consideration future climate projections and the impacts of surrounding built form. It is becoming increasingly important to protect the quality and comfort of public realm that serves and is enjoyed by all populations in […]

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Jul 12 2022

Climate Advisory Group

    Climate Advisory Group The Climate Advisory Group will provide a forum for organizations and individuals with diverse perspectives to advise City staff and leadership on how to achieve climate and environmental objectives. Climate Advisory Group members will act as advisors, champions for climate action and reviewers of policies, programs and initiatives designed to […]

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Jun 16 2022

Under Gardiner: Public Realm Plan | Survey

The Under Gardiner is the area below the elevated portion of the Gardiner Expressway, stretching from Dufferin Street in the west, to the Don River in the east. This corridor supports a variety of street-oriented uses, modes of transportation and connects key residential, retail, employment, and cultural destinations. Why a public realm plan for the […]

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May 19 2022

City of Toronto: Official Plan Review | Have Your Say!

City Planning is seeking your input on our draft Employment policies, future directions and 160+ Major Transit Station Areas. Learn more about them at our Future Directions Storymap. The Official Plan is Toronto’s road map for land use. It sets out our long-term vision, shared values, and policies that help guide decision-making on land development, […]

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May 19 2022

City of Toronto: Recognition Review Project Survey | Have Your Say

The Recognition Review project examines how the City honours history in public spaces. As part of the Recognition Review, the City is developing a new framework to guide how it commemorates public figures and events in monuments, street and place names. This framework will be presented to City Council for consideration in July 2022, and […]

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May 12 2022

City of Toronto: Cultural Districts Program Survey | Have Your Say

In response to community-based advocacy and efforts to support local culture across several neighbourhoods, the City of Toronto is moving ahead with the creation of a Cultural Districts Program. We understand that culture is both boundless and dynamic. Using an equity-based placemaking lens and co-stewardship model, the City’s overall goal is to co-create a program […]

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Apr 26 2022

City of Toronto | Have Your Say: Micro-utility Devices (MUDs)

Micro-utility Devices (MUDs) Tell us what you think about sidewalk robots! City of Toronto, Transportation Services are consulting on the use of micro-utility devices, also known as sidewalk robots. City Council prohibited the use, stopping, and storing of micro-utility devices in December of 2021 until the details of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation pilot project are released, […]

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Apr 14 2022

Material Matters: Embodied Carbon Benchmarking in Ontario | Stakeholder Workshops

Embodied Carbon Benchmarking in Ontario (Builders for Climate Action, Passive Buildings Canada, Mantle Developments, University of Toronto DFLAD, TAF, City of Toronto) As part of a project with the City of Toronto, a series of four workshops will be held over the coming months to educate about construction-based embodied carbon of materials, share our study […]

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Nov 30 2021

City of Toronto | Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods (Missing Middle)

Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods is a City of Toronto initiative to facilitate more low-rise housing in residential neighbourhoods to meet the needs of our growing city. The City is working to expand opportunities for “missing middle” housing forms in Toronto, ranging from duplexes to low-rise walk-up apartments. All of these housing types can be […]

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