Share your thoughts about Toronto's parks

The City of Toronto's Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division is developing a 5-year plan for the City's parks. The Parks Plan will guide decision-making and investment in City parks in order to meet the diverse needs of Toronto residents, including:

  • designing beautiful, unique, and sustainable park spaces
  • protecting and expanding natural areas
  • balancing park uses to include play spaces, natural areas, sports activities, urban agriculture and cultural expression
  • engaging the community through stewardship, volunteering, and partnerships
  • ensuring the City's parks and trails are available and accessible to all residents
  • Because you care about City of Toronto's parks, I urge you to give your input into the City's new 5-year Parks Plan. There are two ways to share your ideas for the City's parks:
    1. Fill out the online survey at www.toronto.ca/parks/parksplan
    2. Attend one of the four public consultation meetings being held across the city:
    Scarborough - November 7, 2011; 7-9pm (Warden Hilltop CC - 25 Mendelssohn St.)

    North York - November 16, 2011; 7-9pm (Mitchell Field CC 89 Church Ave.)

    Toronto East York - November 24, 2011; 7-9pm (Wellesley CC - 495 Sherbourne St.)

    Etobicoke York - December 1, 2011; 7-9pm (Amesbury CC - 1507 Lawrence Ave. W)

    If you plan to attend, please call 416-338-6608 or e-mail [email protected] to reserve a seat.

     If you require ASL interpreting, attendant care, other accommodation or the use of drop-in activities for children over the age of three, please call or e-mail to the above at least 10 days prior to the meeting date.

    I encourage you to attend one of the public meetings and complete the online Parks Plan consultation survey. For more information about the plan, visit www.toronto.ca/parks/parksplan or contact 311.

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