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Official Plan Review
Public Consultations

 
YOU are invited to help plan the future Toronto
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.  

Toronto is growing and changing. Together we can create a plan for our shared future. Let’s plan for the next 30 years and beyond – from housing to the economy to climate change and more. The success of this process depends on engagement with communities including with stakeholders, equity-seeking groups, Indigenous communities, the general public and internal City divisions.  

Residents’ Associations, as important stakeholders, are invited to a series of upcoming meetings to hear the City's thoughts on key Official Plan policy areas under review.
You are invited to attend any of the meetings noted below. You are asked to register in advance so that the City can appropriately design each meeting. You are welcome to attend any combination of meetings that interest you. Meeting summaries will be made available following each meeting. All meetings will continue to be virtual in accordance with the City of Toronto’s policies until further notice.
Stakeholder Meeting #1: Environment and Climate Change – Monday October 4, 2021, 12pm-1:30pm (REGISTER)
Key topics include climate change adaptation, mitigation and resilience, protection of natural heritage and water resources, biodiversity, reducing consumption of natural resources, management of stormwater, green infrastructure, reduction of urban heat island impacts, and addressing density targets for Major Transit Station Areas that overlap with the Green Space System.
 
Stakeholder Meeting #2: Affordable Housing and Intensification – Thursday October 7, 2021, 10am-11:30am (REGISTER)
Key topics include ongoing policy work on inclusionary zoning, Major Transit Station Area delineations and minimum density targets, and other components of the intensification strategy.
 
Stakeholder Meeting #3: Future of Work and Employment – Thursday October 14, 2021, 12pm-1:30pm (REGISTER)
Key topics include job growth trends, impacts of the global pandemic, trajectory of change in employment, matching labour force with opportunities, supporting small businesses, and the Employment Area conversion request process and update.
 
Stakeholder Meeting #4: Neighbourhoods and Complete Communities – Friday October 15, 2021, 11am-12:30pm (REGISTER)
Key topics include ongoing policy work on Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods, Major Transit Station Area delineations that fall within Neighbourhoods, components of complete communities, and others.
Once you have registered for a stakeholder meeting you will receive a confirmation email from Dillon Consulting with a calendar invitation and meeting link. Agendas for each meeting will be circulated to registered attendees prior to each meeting.
Register for a Public Meeting
You are also invited to join us on October 20, 2021 from 
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (REGISTER)  or from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (REGISTER)  for city-wide conversations on Our Plan Toronto and the most pressing issues facing our city as we grow. 
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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