Have Your Say: What Kind Of Toronto Do You Want?

Have Your Say: What Kind Of Toronto Do You Want?

City Hall has launched a public consultation process, called the Toronto Service Review. This is your chance to send a strong signal to City Councillors and the Mayor about the kind of Toronto we want to live in and pass on to our children.

Some will try to use the Toronto Service Review to cut the important programs and services that we all rely on – the things that make Toronto a great community to live in.

There are special interest groups who are using the opportunity of a service review to hand over public service delivery to profit-seeking corporations. Cutting services, privatizing them and slapping new user fees on residents simply cannot balance the budget. They can, however, turn Toronto into a city in decline.

We can’t let this happen. The deadline for responses is June 17. Here’s what you can do:

1. Fill out the online or paper survey.

2. Go to a city-run roundtable discussion and make your voice heard. You must register in advance.

3. Host a meeting in your neighbourhood.

4. Let your City Councillor know that you don’t support service cuts.

Call 311 to register for one of the sessions or visit http://www.toronto.ca/torontoservicereview to complete the survey.

Thursday, May 26

Danforth Collegiate


800 Greenwood Avenue

7:00 to 9:00 pm

Thursday, June 2

Toronto Reference Library


789 Yonge Street

7:00 to 9:00 pm

Saturday, June 4

City Hall


100 Queen Street West

2:00 to 4:00pm

Recreation Service Plan

Parks, Forestry & Recreation is developing a 5 year Recreation Service Plan to guide the management of the programs they offer. To receive community input, they are hosting "town hall" sessions and have made a survey available. The deadline for responses is June 30.  The closest public session for Ward 30 residents is taking place at 7 to 9 pm on Thursday, June 9 at the Wellesley Community Centre, 495 Sherbourne Street. Space is limited. To attend, contact 416-338-6698 or email [email protected] For further information and other meeting dates please contact 311 or visit www.toronto.ca/parks/serviceplan

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