A little about us:

The Toronto & East York Community Preservation Panel is one of four volunteer committees appointed by Toronto City Council to help Council make informed decisions about the conservation of the city’s heritage buildings and sites. The panel is made up of citizens with a strong interest or expertise in Toronto’s heritage and historic preservation, and the Chair of each panel is a voting member on the Toronto Preservation Board.

Our mission:

Our mission is to help Toronto be a place where educated and engaged stakeholders ensure that development embraces our built, archaeological, cultural, and landscape heritage and values these as assets that enhance our community—because our environment tells our story.

Have Your Say!

Make sure you’re in the know and your voice is heard at City Hall! Check our website often for updates on planning studies and community consultations in Toronto & East York.

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