Past Events

Yonge St NCO Quarterly Meeting

This event, hosted by the Toronto Police Services and your local neighbourhood community officers, serves as a unique opportunity to connect with your Neighbourhood Community Officers, offering an open platform for citizens to receive firsthand updates on critical incidents in the area, and to ask direct questions about public safety concerns.

Moss Park NCO Quarterly Meeting

This event, hosted by the Toronto Police Services and your local neighbourhood community officers, serves as a unique opportunity to connect with your Neighbourhood Community Officers, offering an open platform for citizens to receive firsthand updates on critical incidents in the area, and to ask direct questions about public safety concerns.

EHON Neighbourhood Retail and Services Study - Public Consultation

The report PH12.4 - Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods - Neighbourhood Retail and Services Study Phase Two Proposals Report (Agenda Item History - 2024.PH12.4 (toronto.ca) was adopted at the May 9th Planning and Housing Committee meeting. The report forms the basis of a city-wide consultation program to inform a refined Zoning By-law Amendment and final report to be considered in late 2024. 

More information about the initiative can be found on the project website: Local Neighbourhood Retail & Services – City of Toronto.

Register link: https://toronto.webex.com/weblink/register/r765ec36e6e222dee2a76dea5f2ba0b81

Waterfront NCO Quarterly

This event, hosted by the Toronto Police Services and your local neighbourhood community officers, serves as a unique opportunity to connect with your Neighbourhood Community Officers, offering an open platform for citizens to receive firsthand updates on critical incidents in the area, and to ask direct questions about public safety concerns.

EHON Neighbourhood Retail and Services Study - Public Consultation

The report PH12.4 - Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods - Neighbourhood Retail and Services Study Phase Two Proposals Report (Agenda Item History - 2024.PH12.4 (toronto.ca) was adopted at the May 9th Planning and Housing Committee meeting. The report forms the basis of a city-wide consultation program to inform a refined Zoning By-law Amendment and final report to be considered in late 2024. 

More information about the initiative can be found on the project website: Local Neighbourhood Retail & Services – City of Toronto.

Downtown East Action Plan 2025-2030 Forum

Join me on June 5th, 2024, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT for the third monthly TC Talks forum where we will be discussing the new Downtown East Action Plan. This hybrid event will be at Central Neighbourhood House (349 Ontario St, Toronto, ON) and online.The forum is your chance to learn about the upcoming strategic plan for Downtown East and voice your thoughts.

Please RSVP for both in-person and online attendance.

5 Huntley Street, and 2-8 Earl Street Community Consultation

The City has received development application at 5 Huntley Street, & 2-8 Earl Street. The proposed development is a 63-storey residential building with a total of 730 total dwelling units.

Drawings and submission materials provided by the applicant in support of the proposal can be accessed at www.toronto.ca/5HuntleySt

 

Join Online:

To register for the event, please visit the City Planning Consultations Webpage at http://www.toronto.ca/CPconsultations and find 137-141 Isabella Street and select "Register" to enter your information and receive the meeting link. You can also register by clicking here.

Note: Please register for the meeting in advance of the start time.

For more information about how to join the meeting and how to participate visit www.toronto.ca/HowToEngageOnline.

 

Join by Phone:

If you are joining by phone, there will be limited functionality.

To join the meeting: On March 5, from 6:30 – 8 p.m., call 416-915-6530 and, when prompted, enter 2634 359 8880 as the Meeting ID Number, and if prompted for a password, please enter 57522257.

During the meeting: To ask a question by phone, press *3 to raise/ lower your hand.

 

If you are unable to participate in the meeting you can contact the City Planning Staff or the Councillor’s Office with your comments and questions using the contact information provided below:

Tiffany Ly, Planner 
City Planning Division
[email protected]
[email protected]

Edward LaRusic, Manager, Development and Major Capital Projects
City Councillor Chris Moise
[email protected]
416-392-7903

Notice to correspondents

Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record. Based on the expert advice of our Medical Officer of Health to practice physical distancing to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of Toronto residents and our staff, this meeting will be Online and phone-in only. The City of Toronto is committed to taking the necessary steps to ensure compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

 

Regent Park Permit Parking Community Consultation

Join us for a community consultation on Regent Park permit parking, held at the Regent Park Community Centre from 7 PM - 9 PM. We invite all Regent Park residents and community members to provide their feedback on the permitting of all streets in Regent Park. This event aims to gather valuable input to ensure that the new permit parking system supports the community's needs. Don't miss this opportunity to have your voice heard and contribute to the decision-making process. Sign up now to participate in shaping the future of parking in Regent Park!

MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign Up Clinics

I am excited to share new dates, locations, and expanded services for our Ward 13 MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign-Up Clinics!

If you're on the Rent-Geared-to-Income (RGI) Housing Centralized Waiting List (CWL) or need help applying for RGI housing, we have great news for you!

We're collaborating with Access to Housing and Housing Help Centres to host MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign-Up Clinics for Ward 13 residents from May 9 to May 31. We are also collaborating with Social Development, Finance & Administration (SDFA) staff on two dates to provide additional services.

During these clinics, staff from Access to Housing and Housing Help Centres will be present to assist you with the following:

  • Sign up on the new MyAccesstoHousingTO system to maintain your application and receive important updates;
  • Assist you with application updates and explain the choice-based housing offer process and how to express interest and 
  • Help you with your housing application.

To best help you, please bring the following if you need help with or registering your current application in the MyAccesstoHousingTO online portal:

  • Proof of status in Canada for all household members;
  • 2022 or most recent 2023 Notice of Assessment for all household members over the age of 16 and are working full or part-time; and
  • Your housing file number.

If you know someone interested, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or phone us at 416-392-7903

MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign Up Clinics

I am excited to share new dates, locations, and expanded services for our Ward 13 MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign-Up Clinics!

If you're on the Rent-Geared-to-Income (RGI) Housing Centralized Waiting List (CWL) or need help applying for RGI housing, we have great news for you!

We're collaborating with Access to Housing and Housing Help Centres to host MyAccesstoHousingTO Sign-Up Clinics for Ward 13 residents from May 9 to May 31. We are also collaborating with Social Development, Finance & Administration (SDFA) staff on two dates to provide additional services.

During these clinics, staff from Access to Housing and Housing Help Centres will be present to assist you with the following:

  • Sign up on the new MyAccesstoHousingTO system to maintain your application and receive important updates;
  • Assist you with application updates and explain the choice-based housing offer process and how to express interest and 
  • Help you with your housing application.

To best help you, please bring the following if you need help with or registering your current application in the MyAccesstoHousingTO online portal:

  • Proof of status in Canada for all household members;
  • 2022 or most recent 2023 Notice of Assessment for all household members over the age of 16 and are working full or part-time; and
  • Your housing file number.

If you know someone interested, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or phone us at 416-392-7903

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