City of Toronto Seeks Input From Toronto’s Neighbourhood Associations

City of Toronto Seeks Input From Toronto’s Neighbourhood Associations

The City of Toronto wants to explore the relationships between neighbourhood associations, and their relationships with City Council, and how they participate in local and city-wide decision-making.

If you’re a member or coordinator of a neighbourhood or resident network, association or group, the City invites you to attend an upcoming consultation as part of City Council’s Special Committee on Governance.

Neighbourhood associations are invited to:

  • Provide input via an online survey at toronto.ca/TOgovernance
  • Drop in to talk with City Staff on these dates:
        • North York Civic Centre – Main floor, 5100 Yonge St. [September 25, 3-7 PM]
        • Toronto City Hall – Civic Innovation Office, Ground floor, 100 Queen Street W. [September 26, 3-7 PM]
  • Participate in a workshop – October 1, 6:30-8:30 PM at Metro Hall, 55 John St., Room 309.

The next meeting of the Special Committee on Governance is slated for September 25. The Committee agenda will be available online and the meeting at City Hall is open to the public to attend.

For more info, visit Toronto.ca/TOgovernance; email engagement@toronto.ca; or call 416-392-5491.

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