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Toronto, ON · Toronto
report seeking Council authority to install 8.6 centreline kilometres of new bikeways on the following streets
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Toronto launching second pothole repair blitz this spring on Saturday
Potholes form when water penetrates asphalt through cracks in the road. In the winter, moisture in the asphalt freezes and expands, forcing sections of the pavement up. On April 2, during the first pothole blitz of the season, 6,353 potholes were repaired.See the Story
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Toronto, ON · Toronto
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie proclaims Black Mental Health Week in Toronto
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie officially proclaims Black Mental Health Week in Toronto starting today through to Sunday, March 12. Throughout the week, various events planned by community groups and agencies will focus on the impact that anti-Black racism has on mental health. The week is also a call to action for more support and access to culturally-responsive mental health services and programs for Black residents.See the Story
John Tory · Toronto
Earliest-ever opening of Toronto park washrooms completed, says city
Toronto has completed its earliest-ever activation of washrooms in municipal parks. 122 seasonal park washroom buildings and the drinking fountains attached to them are operable. Last year, just 60 per cent of Toronto's public fountain were operable by the end of May.See the Story
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Toronto, ON · Toronto
Doors Open Toronto returns May 27 and 28 with 150 sites to explore
The free weekend-long celebration of architecture and public space is taking place Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28. Doors Open Toronto 2023 explores the influence and impact of music and sound on the city's development with more than 150 of Toronto's most architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings and sites.See the Story
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie proclaims May as Museums Month in Toronto, announces full lineup of museum programming
May is Museum Month in the City of Toronto. Toronto History Museums are a group of 10 museums with the mission to collect, preserve, interpret, interpret and enhance the understanding of the city's diverse stories. Admission to these museums is free so all residents of all ages can learn about Toronto's past, present and future.See the Story
City of Toronto report recommends housing pledge to build 285,000 new homes by 2031
City of Toronto staff report is recommending City Council make a housing pledge to achieve or exceed the provincial housing target of 285,000 new Toronto homes by 2031. Meeting this target would mean the completion of 31,050 homes per year, approximately double the average number of units built annually between 2017 to 2021. Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie: Committing to the Housing Pledge is another important step.See the Story
City of Toronto advances commitment to increase housing through Housing Action Plan
Housing Action Plan for 2022-2026. Aim is to meet or exceed provincial target of 285,000 new homes by 2031. Report includes aggressive timelines for approving and implementing a wide range of actions. Report also highlights several key deliverables to be brought forward in March and April.See the Story
City of Toronto plans for early opening of seasonal park washrooms
The City will activate 128 seasonal park washrooms and more than 700 water fountains which will be available to the public into the fall. The City budgets more than $180 million annually for all maintenance, staffing and operation of approximately 1,500 parks. In 2023, Toronto City Council approved an additional $2.8 million in new investment to ensure seasonal washrooms are open as soon as weather conditions permit.See the Story