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Toronto City Council and TDSB ward boundaries based on the 47 ward structure – September 15, 2018 update

As of September 10, 2018 the City Clerk will commence preparations to administer the October 22 election under the 47-ward model.

The City of Toronto elections information can be found here:

https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/elections/general-information/update-on-the-2018-election/

The City of Toronto 47 Ward Boundaries can be found here:

https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/9834-2018_City-Wards.pdf

SERRA is in Ward 26.

 

Above is a map of the TDSB ward boundaries based on the City of Toronto 47 ward model.

Local TDSB schools within the SERRA area are in Ward 11.

The map can be found here https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/98b1-2018_TDSB.pdf

Under the 47 City Council Ward structure
TDSB Ward 11 includes our local schools:
Maurice Cody Junior Public School, Hodgson Middel School, Eglinton Junior Public School, Davisville Junior Public School and Spectrum Alternative School.

Note: North Toronto Collegiate Institute is in TDSB Ward 8 and Northern Secondary School is in TDSB Ward 13.

 

Share your Input at Upcoming Bylaw Reviews – 2019 Dates

The City of Toronto is reviewing the following bylaws and wants your feedback!   1. Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw Review February 28, 2019, 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, Committee Room 3 The aim of the review is to discuss potential improvements to the Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw to ensure that clothing drop boxes remain safe and maintained. More information: http://ow.ly/SqGe30nItzE   2. Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres Bylaw Review March 4 – … Read moreShare your Input at Upcoming Bylaw Reviews – 2019 Dates

Councillor Matlow to Host Two Community Meetings: 2019 Budget Town Hall ( Feb 21, 2019) & Community Safety Forum ( Feb 28, 2019)

During the month of February, Councillor Matlow will be hosting two different community meetings that you and Toronto-St. Paul’s residents’ are invited to attend. On Thursday February 21st, Councillor Matlow is hosting a budget town hall to discuss the proposed 2019 City of Toronto budget. On Thursday February 28th, he will also be hosting a community safety forum to provide an opportunity for residents to ask important questions to the Toronto Police Service about a number of … Read moreCouncillor Matlow to Host Two Community Meetings: 2019 Budget Town Hall ( Feb 21, 2019) & Community Safety Forum ( Feb 28, 2019)

Noise Bylaw Review – Public Consultations (Various dates from January to February 2019)

City of Toronto Public Consultations: Noise Bylaw Review MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD! Attend at least one of these five meetings and / or send your comments and concerns to the City by February 28th. Email: mlsfeedback@toronto.ca Copy the Toronto Noise Coalition Email: beheard@torontonoisecoalition.ca , SERRA at serra@southeglinton.ca and your City Councillor. councillor_matlow@toronto.ca or councillor_robinson@toronto.ca   There will be five public consultations, focusing on one particular area related to the Noise Bylaw, from January 28 – February 06, 2019. The public consultation … Read moreNoise Bylaw Review – Public Consultations (Various dates from January to February 2019)

Please support the growth plan for our community and write to Queen’s Park – Until November 29, 2018

Write to the Minister in support of (OPA 405) Midtown In Focus.   Our community deserves responsible growth! In July, after 3 years of consultations, workshops and reviews, City Council approved a new planning blueprint for our Y-E area called “Midtown In Focus” (MIF). As we learned with the redrafting of our city ward boundaries, the provincial government has almost total power over municipal matters and so, the MIF Proposal has to be approved by … Read morePlease support the growth plan for our community and write to Queen’s Park – Until November 29, 2018