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The association meets on the third Wednesday of every month from September to May in the 2nd floor staff room at Indian Road Crescent Public School.
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Hello, I’m David Driedger, a Planner with the Toronto City Planning Division. I am one of the City’s staff working on the Garden + Suites study. Please see below for details about the Garden + Suites study and … Continue reading
The City is seeking feedback on the natural garden exemption requirement and wants input from Toronto residents. Feedback will inform a report expected at the Planning and Housing Committee in Q2 2021. We would appreciate your help in sharing this … Continue reading
Good afternoon, Over the coming year, the City of Toronto will be reviewing the parking requirements in the city-wide Zoning By-law (569-2013). The review responds to growing interest in the impacts of parking on housing affordability and travel behaviour, … Continue reading
Help shape how the City of Toronto engages communities around new shelters and other services for people experiencing homelessness
Hello, We are writing to ask for your help in gathering input from local residents to help strengthen the City of Toronto’s community engagement process for new shelter and other services for people experiencing homelessness. The City is … Continue reading
The City of Toronto is reviewing two bylaws that may be of interest to residents in your community: election signs and fireworks. Please see below for more information about each review, as well as how you can provide feedback. … Continue reading
This email is intended for City of Toronto Resident/Ratepayer/Community Associations. If you are interested in participating on behalf of the West Bend Community Association, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can submit your name Toronto Building is … Continue reading
Dear West Bend , On September 15, Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) were installed at The Queensway and Ellis Avenue. APS advise pedestrians who are blind, visually impaired, or deaf-blind when they have the right-of-way to cross at a signalized intersection … Continue reading
View this email in your browser (mailchi.mp/cf9b5ea4abc4/pre-application-meeting-notice-1360-queen-st-w?e=382fa4aa2e) Please share this information with your neighbours. Kingsett Capital, the developer of 1360 Queen St West, the N/W corner of Queen and Brock, will be holding a virtual pre-application meeting to discuss their … Continue reading