Toronto's Downtown is in its most active period of residential and employment growth since the 1970s. This growth reflects its success in attracting residents seeking liveable, mixed-use neighbourhoods close to employment opportunities.
TOcore is a City of Toronto study looking at planning the Downtown. How should our Downtown grow in the decades ahead? What infrastructure and services will we need to keep it a great place live, work, learn and play? How can we reinforce Downtown's important economic role while ensuring it remains inclusive?
TOcore will lead to a renewed plan for Downtown. It will also develop strategies to ensure hard and soft infrastructure move in tandem with development:
- parks and public spaces - walking and cycling networks
- surface transit - community services and facilities
- water and waste water - energy
This event will introduce the study to resident and tenant associations in the Downtown and provide an early opportunity to give us your input.
Details are as follows:
DATE: Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
PLACE: City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Committee Room #2, 2nd Floor
Parking available underground for a fee.
This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Please send one representative from your association. Please also RSVP by Thursday, April 16th by emailing George Pantazis, Assistant Planner, firstname.lastname@example.org, with who will be attending from your association.
Can't attend this event?
Visit www.toronto.ca/tocore for all project materials.