Have Your Say!


Make sure you’re in the know and your voice is heard at City Hall! Check the TEYCPP Twitter feed often—also available on our home page—for updates on planning studies and community consultations in Toronto & East York.


Upcoming Meetings:

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Previous Meetings:

57 Brock Ave. Public Meeting

Date: Wednesday, February 8

Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Place: Parkdale Library, Auditorium
1303 Queen Street West

The City is holding a Community Consultation meeting where you can learn more about this application, ask questions, and share your comments. Details are as follows:

The application proposes to amend both the Official Plan and the Zoning By-law to allow for a seven-storey residential building with two levels of above-ground parking located at the rear. You can view a copy of the Preliminary Report providing background information at: http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2016/te/bgrd/backgroundfile-97839.pdf.

Kensington Heritage Conservation District Study Community Consultation

Date: Thursday, February 9

Time: 6:30–9pm

Place: St. Stephen’s Community House, 91 Bellevue Ave.

Give your feedback at this final meeting on the Kensington HCD Study.


King Street Pilot Study Public Meeting

Date: Monday, February 13th
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 55 John Street, Room 308/309 (Metro Hall)

King Street is the busiest surface transit route in the entire City, carrying more than 65,000 riders on a typical weekday.

The King Street Pilot Study is about exploring bold, transformative ideas for how to redesign King Street in order to move people on transit more efficiently, improve placemaking and the public realm, and support business and economic prosperity.

The Study will explore a range of ‘pilot options’ that recognize the different neighbourhood contexts along the 6km corridor from Dufferin Street in the west to River Street in the east (the PRA has made sure Parkdale is included).

The pilot options will be analyzed and evaluated using a variety of transportation, transit, city-building, and economic perspectives. Consultation and engagement is a critical part of the King Street Pilot Study, and a variety of community and neighbourhood groups, businesses and BIAs, and other key stakeholders will be involved throughout the study.

You are invited to join and add YOUR voice the conversation! Read more about the Pilot Study here: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=4f149ca0cc3f8510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD