The City of Toronto is encouraging residents to share their views on various parks and recreation topics, such as how to improve facilities, how to get more people participating in sports and how to improve the permitting process for parks and recreation facilities.
Toronto residents are needed to serve on a range of City boards and committees. Board members provide oversight of their agency or corporation, bring a community perspective to board discussions, and help to reflect the needs and interests of Torontonians.
Nominations may be submitted until Friday, October 14 at 11:59pm.
Property owners who disagree with their assessment can file a Request for Reconsideration (RFR) and MPAC will review their assessment free of charge.
Any increases in assessment value are phased in gradually over four years. A decrease in assessed value is introduced to taxpayers immediately.
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.