Toronto residents are needed to serve on a range of City boards, committees, and tribunals. Whether you are just starting your board journey or you are an experienced director, there’s an opportunity for you!
There are many great ways to enjoy Family Day at City of Toronto recreation facilities in York Centre on Monday, February 18th
At the City Council meeting on January 31, 2019, I joined the Mayor and my Council colleagues in voting to designate the Columbus Centre a heritage property.
The budgets will be reviewed and debated by Budget and Executive Committees before being finalized and approved by City Council at its meeting on March 7.
The City of Toronto is inviting residents to public consultation sessions on the noise bylaw review. The review aims to introduce updates that reflect Toronto’s growth and vibrancy, while enhancing noise standards that protect residents.
Toronto budgets more than $90 million annually to ensure that its roads and sidewalks are clear and safe during the winter season.