The City of Toronto is planning to replace the curbs and sidewalks and resurface Antibes Drive. City inspection of the road shows that it needs repaving and sections of damaged curb and sidewalk need to be replaced to bring them to a state of good repair.
Everyone is invited to join us for a free coffee or hot chocolate while your dog enjoys the fenced in off-leash zone in Earl Bales Park.
The City of Toronto will improve the public boulevard at the South West corner of Finch Ave and Bathurst St. in the fall of 2018. This work will involve paving improvements and replacing existing paved boulevards with new planting, seating areas and paving.
Some areas in Ward 10 will experience different alternating relief weekends which should provide residents who live along final approach and initial departure paths with periods of predictable relief from aircraft noise on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) provides pedestrians with an advanced green signal at the start of each signal cycle to give pedestrians the opportunity to begin crossing the street before vehicle movement is permitted.
Arts in the Parks has begun its 2018 season, returning to neighbourhoods throughout Toronto once again. In collaboration with PFR, Toronto Arts Council, and Park People, Toronto Arts Foundation is supporting free theatre, dance, music and community arts performances, and workshops in parks outside the downtown-core.