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Official Plan Review
Final Public Meetings - October 20, 2021

 
Make "Our Plan" ... "Your Plan"
 
The City of Toronto Official Plan has to be reviewed and updated every 5 years to ensure that it conforms to provincial plans. Planning initiated that process in 2020 and has developed a Work Plan that extends into 2022, in order to meet the required submission date of July, 2022 to the provincial government. This review has been named Our Plan Toronto.  

Residents’ Associations, as important stakeholders, are invited to the final meeting a series to hear the City's thoughts on key Official Plan policy areas under review. This is your last and best opportunity to provide input.

 
Register for a Public Meeting
You are invited to join the final meetings on October 20th from
1 pm to 3 pm [
REGISTER HERE]
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Pre-registration is registration is required for the final public meetings on October 20th.  

Many of our residents and residents' associations attended one or more of the community consultation meetings that addressed the topics listed below. While the sessions have been completed, residents' associations are invited to write letters to the Official Plan Team to provide additional input. The doors are still open.
 
Environment and Climate Change 
Key topics included climate change adaptation, green infrastructure, reduction of urban heat island impacts, addressing density targets for Major Transit Station Areas that overlap with the Green Space System and ...
 
Affordable Housing and Intensification
Key topics included ongoing policy work on inclusionary zoning, Major Transit Station Area delineations and minimum density targets, other components of the intensification strategy and ...
 
Future of Work and Employment
Key topics included job growth trends, impacts of the global pandemic, trajectory of change in employment, matching labour force with opportunities, supporting small businesses, the Employment Area conversion request process and ...
 
Neighbourhoods and Complete Communities
Key topics included ongoing policy work on Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods, Major Transit Station Area delineations that fall within Neighbourhoods, components of complete communities, and ...

If you need a refresher on Our Plan Toronto visit the Project webpage. On the webpage you will also find a link to a public poll on expectations for Toronto 2051. You are encouraged to spend 5 minutes to participate in the poll.
 






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