Toronto’s Planners in Public Spaces Engage with You Via Pop-Up Info Booths July 28-30 & Aug.2014

The goal of Toronto’s Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS) program is to engage with as many residents of the city as possible, and do it at a per person cost that is far less than a traditional public meeting.

  • Residents can learn about planning issues, hear what planners do, find out how they can get more involved in planning their city, and ask questions about planning and development in their city of Toronto in Ontario, Canada.
  • PiPS events will also focus on three City Planning initiatives.
    1. Feeling Congested: the consultation on reducing congestion and improving public transit in the City of Toronto.
    2. ResetTO: the City Planning Division’s plans to introduce a development permit system to streamline and provide certainty in the planning process.
    3. Growing Conversations: an engagement initiative where planners are asking Torontonians how they can improve upon public consultation in the planning process.

PiPS will feature City Planning pop-up information booths at the following locations:

  • North York District
    • August 6: 11am-3pm Mel Lastman Square
    • August 22: 11am-3pm Mel Lastman Square
    • August 27: 11am-3pm Mel Lastman Square

Watch for the blue City of Toronto tent and the display boards featuring information about Toronto planning issues.

The public can also follow the events live on City Planning’s official Twitter feed:

Please click here for more info.

City of Toronto Contact Info:

Phone within Toronto city limits: 311

Phone outside city limits: 416-392-CITY (2489)
(can be used within Toronto if you can’t reach 311)

TTY customers: 416-338-0TTY (0889)
Fax: 416-338-0685

If your matter is urgent, please call them. They are open 24/7.


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