The City of Toronto is completing its second round of bent inspections and chipping operations on the underside of the Gardiner Expressway. This work will help the City maintain its aging infrastructure.
As we get closer to the beginning of winter and temperatures start to drop, Toronto Public Health is sharing tips with the public on how to stay warm during the cold weather season.
The City of Toronto offers affordable community recreation programming for the winter season. Residents of all ages can register for winter skating programs, swimming programs and March Break camps.
The City of Toronto will begin opening its outdoor artificial ice rinks at 3 p.m. tomorrow with a skate at Otter Creek, 140 Cheritan Ave.
Beginning tomorrow, weather permitting, 15 rinks will open, including featured locations such as the rink at Nathan Phillips Square, the covered rink and ice skating trail at Greenwood Park and the ice skating trail at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. The remaining 36 outdoor rinks are scheduled to open Saturday, December 3.
The pipes in your home can freeze in cold weather. This can leave you with no water or cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage.
If your pipes are prone to freezing, you may wish to contact a plumber for advice. Here are some other tips to protect your home:
Earlier today I attended a press conference in support of Cheri DiNovo’s Bill to Free Toronto from the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). See our press release below.
As you may be aware, Toronto FC is hosting the MLS Cup this Saturday, December 10 at BMO Field.
As part of this historic event MLSE will be hosting a pre-game party in Liberty Village outside of the Brazen Head Irish Pub and Restaurant.
To accommodate the event and allow for set-up and teardown, East Liberty Street will be closed between Lynn Williams Street and Hanna Avenue from 11:00a.m. and 8:00p.m.
The City of Toronto is moving forward with detailed design of a new pedestrian / cycling bridge over the north western Metrolinx rail corridor from Douro Street to the western leg of Western Battery Road.
You are invited to attend a public drop-in event to view the materials, discuss with the project team, and provide your input on design options for the look of the bridge and related landscaping.
If you are a senior or disabled resident of Toronto, the City will clear snow from the sidewalk in front of your home in those areas where the service is not provided by machine.
With winter just around the corner, the City of Toronto is gearing up to deal with the impacts of winter – both on city streets and beneath them. The work includes managing snow and ice on city streets, and responding to the effects of cold weather on the City’s watermains and water service pipes.
The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 in Committee Room 2 of Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West
TTC overhead crews recently installed new overhead cabling (pole to pole) along the east side of Ossington Avenue between College and Dundas streets.
TTC overhead crews will return to remove the old cable along the same section of Ossington Avenue. The removal of the old cable will be completed in two days, pending weather.