Norwood Park is a 1.6 hectare located at 16 Norwood Rd., near Gerrard Street East and Woodbine Avenue. The children’s playground is being updated to increase accessibility and ensure it is in good condition for park users. The scope of work may include: New and/or refurbished play elements New universally accessible safety surfacing The City
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With the dedicated efforts of many (and many calls and emails to the City) we have gotten the City to add mulch to the bases of the new trees. The mulch will help the trees retain water and will protect them from dogs and nasty whippersnippers. All of the trees should now have a
We have asked the City to open up the tennis courts and install 3 of the 5 tennis nets. The hope is that this will give the kids who are staying home for the next three week things to do: play tennis, play shinny or basketball (if we can bring in portable basketball hoops). The
We have an opportunity to apply for a grant of money to conduct events in Norwood Park. One event MUST be on June 20, 2020, and two other events must be between April 18, 2020 and Dec 31, 2020. Do YOU have an idea for an event? Perhaps an event on Earth Day in April?...maybe
NEIGHBOURS - Just received this (BELOW THE PICTURE) as an email from our Councillor, Brad Bradford. Although there are only TWO WEEKS to make submissions, you SHOULD really look at the attachments (especially the Staff Report and Background Study - Click the links), as they are very informative, contain a LOT of information, and may
The City of Toronto and CreateTO will be hosting the second Housing Now Community Meeting for 777 Victoria Park on Monday, September 9th to share the updated development concept, provide further information on the next stages of the Housing Now Initiative and respond to your questions and comments. City staff will present their recommendations to City Council
Dear Dog Off-Leash Area stakeholders, We’re writing to provide you several project updates on the City-Wide Study of Dog-Off Leash Areas. 1. Invitation to next Stakeholder Meeting In response to feedback from participants in our June 20 Stakeholder Meeting, we have updated our consultation plan to include an additional Stakeholder Meeting. Please save the following
City-Wide Study on Existing City of Toronto Off-Leash Areas Join us for a Stakeholder Workshop The City Parks Standards & Innovations Unit is leading an interdivisional study to examine how the City’s existing Off-Leash Areas (OLAs) can be reimagined to better harmonize with existing park uses, provide a satisfying user experience, and operate with optimum efficiency. The
You’re invited to a Community Meeting for the City of Toronto’s Housing Now Initiative. In December 2018 Toronto City Council launched Housing Now, an initiative that takes a critical step forward in addressing Toronto’s current and future housing needs. Housing Now will create mixed-income communities on public land by providing a mix of affordable rental,
Join us on May 30 and 31 at 7:00pm, and June 1 at 2:00pm for a "Bard in the Park" presentation of Shakespeare's "As you like it"!!