Regent Park Permit Parking Consultation Recap

On June 3, I gathered with community members at the Regent Park Community Centre to talk about introducing new permit parking for local Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) residents.

The revitalization of Regent Park has resulted in a significant loss of parking spaces for TCHC tenants, and with limited parking options available, I felt it important to find an equitable and practical solution.

Residents shared their stories, experiences, and thoughtful suggestions — this included enforcement, education of parking by-laws, where to direct complaints and reporting of illegal parking — and the benefits of permit parking overnight and its positive impact on TCH Tenants.

If you weren't able to join us, the live recording of the consultation is available on our project website at this link. You can also view it directly on YouTube here. We also have prepared an online survey for you to share your feedback and suggestions. 

 

 

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