Have your say on how to make cycling better and safer in our neighbourhood. Make your voice heard, learn about the City of Toronto’s Ten-Year Cycling Network Plan, and see what the Cycle Toronto Ward 14 Advocacy Group is doing to improve cycling conditions.
Bring ideas, feedback, and friends for a Q&A with:
– Councillor Gord Perks
– MPP Cheri DiNovo
– MP Arif Virani
– Toronto Cycling Planner Christina Bouchard
… followed by a social at a nearby pub TBA!
FREE for all at an accessible venue – including delicious refreshments and a prize draw! Hosted by Cycle Toronto Ward 14 Advocacy Group.
Date: Thursday, April 7th
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: 1303 Queen St W. – Parkdale Library (basement auditorium)
The City is holding a public consultation to discuss the built form and physical character within the study area and how to approximately accommodate future growth. This includes examining building envelopes, height and massing, heritage assessment and streetscape and landscape improvements. The Study covers the area along Roncesvalles from Queen St. to Dundas St. and includes a portion of Dundas St. to the East of Roncesvalles.
Date: Tuesday, November 17st
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 128 Fern Ave. – Fern Avenue Public School
VIEWING LIVE STREAMING via a web browser
All Rogers Customers (cable, internet, wireless, home phone) can watch the shows online WHEN they are airing on the channel.
You first have to REGISTER for a MyRogers account (don’t need to be a Rogers customer). Go to their website: www.rogerstv.com
Top left corner, big red box that says ‘Watch Now’. All you have to do is login ONCE using your MyRogers Account Login. Please note you can also watch any Rogers TV station throughout the country with this feature.
To watch “Structures” during the scheduled air times, please make sure you select Toronto in the top right corner.
New condo developments are moving into Parkdale!
Lifetime Developments submitted rezoning and site plan approval applications to the City of Toronto on July 20th. The company wants to build condo towers at 1221 and 1182 King St. W. The initial proposals put the buildings at 19 and 21 storeys, respectively.
In current renderings, each condo will offer three levels of underground parking as well as ground and second floor retail spaces. The project will also provide nearly 750 residential units. Currently, the intersection houses two banks, the only remaining downtown Island Foods location and some other fast food establishments.
On July 9th, the Pan Am Torch Relay runners will be at Dundas and Bloor at 11:36 and will stop for a minute at the CIBC (209 Roncesvalles) at 11:49. The route continues down to Queen Street and then proceeds east and stops at CAMH (1001 Queen Street W.) at 12:09. By 12:29 the Relay runners will be at Queen and Spadina.
Road Closures: http://parkdalevillagebia.com/2015/07/pan-am-coming-to-parkdale/
Canada Post has announced plans to replace door-to-door home delivery service with a Community Mailbox system. Other municipal governments, and their residents, have expressed significant concerns regarding the placement of these new large Community Mailboxes on residential streets.
We need to prevent similar problems here in Toronto where our densely populated neighbourhoods, narrow streets, and crowded streetscape will make implementation more problematic.
Toronto East York Community Council
email@example.com or 416-392-7033
Date: Tuesday, June 16th
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Place: City Hall, 100 Queen St W, Committee Room 1
City Planning has CANCELLED the planned walk for Tuesday, September 16th until after the election.
City Planning staff are conducting a study of Queen Street West from Bathurst Street to Roncesvalles Avenue. Join your neighbours for a walking tour of Queen Street West from Dufferin Street to Roncesvalles Avenue.
Let City Planning staff hear your thoughts and ideas during the walk through our neighbourhood. This will help inform the direction and objectives for the study. Please come out and join your neighbours.
Date: Tuesday, September 16th
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Place: Parkdale Amphitheatre, northwest corner of Queen Street West and
For more information click here.
Ride4RealFood is about raising money for better food security in our city. Money raised supports better access to real food for low-income people living in Toronto.
This all happens through the Coop Cred Program – a partnership between West End Food Coop and PARC. Raise money, register to ride and spread the word now by clicking here.
Ride4RealFood is the only city-to-farm fundraising event!
The ride is on Sunday, September 14th!