The City of Toronto will begin removing snow from neighbourhood and arterial streets at various times and locations over the next five to seven days. Dozens of crews working 12-hour shifts will use snow blowers, loaders and dump trucks to pick up and move snow to City storage facilities.
City crews have already repaired more than 13,000 potholes in 2019. Crews can repair up to 4,000 potholes in a single day blitz.
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.
In partnership with the City of Toronto, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities has built a universally accessible playground in Earl Bales Park under Jumpstart’s Inclusive Playground Project initiative.