The City of Toronto will be co-ordinating road closures as it performs significant construction work on the City’s roads, sewers and watermains this year to improve Toronto’s aging infrastructure for all users.
On Monday, May 9, 2016, at 12:30PM, we will be commemorating World War II V-E Day and Victory Day with a ceremony in Nathan Phillips Square outside of Toronto City Hall.
As Chair of the Community Development and Recreation Committee, I joined Mayor John Tory to announce plans to improve the City’s online registration process.
During March Break, March 14 to 18, the City of Toronto will offer free and low-cost activities at its community centres, parks and historic sites.
The City of Toronto has mailed 2016 interim property tax bills to property owners – the first of two regular tax bills that will be mailed this year. The 2016 final tax bill will be mailed in May.
Overall, the 2016 budget tax increase after assessment growth is 0.88%, with a 1.3% increase for residential properties and a 0.43% increase for non-residential properties, in keeping with Council’s tax policy to continue to reduce business taxes and taxes on rental apartment buildings in Toronto.