While outside the boundaries of the DPRG, Eglinton Avenue is an important street in midtown Toronto and we wanted to make sure you are aware the City is consulting on its future design: In 2014 City Council approved the Eglinton Connects Planning Study which articulated the long term vision for Eglinton Avenue following the introductionContinue reading “Have Your Say – Eglinton Avenue”
The DPRG recently conducted an opinion survey to gauge the priorities of residents in our neighbourhood. Thank you to everyone who took the time to participate! If you are interested in seeing the results, please click below.
There has been a lot of discussion in the neighbourhood about the current installation of bike lanes and CurbTO installations down Yonge St. Click below to review the DPRG’s recent letter to the City’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness month and we want to spread educational resources around this issue.
For residents interested in meeting and learning more about Dr. Nathan Stall, the Ontario Liberal Party’s nominated candidate for our riding of Toronto-St. Paul’s, he will be holding a virtual “meet the candidate” event on January 13th. See the invitation below for details on how to register:
We greatly appreciate your interest in a safer more beautiful Avenue Road, and we thank those who participated at the Avenue Road Safety Coalition’s (ARSC) community meeting with Brown+Storey Architects this past Monday, September 13th. As councillors Mike Layton and Josh Matlow said in the meeting, projects like this only become reality when the cityContinue reading “A Safe Avenue Road Now”
Over the past year, neighbourhoods have experienced a rise in high-end vehiclethefts from residential areas. The primary targets for the thieves include Lexusand Toyota SUVs, as well as Land Rovers. Click below to learn more and see tips from Toronto Police:
Road safety, progress towards Vision Zero, Sidewalk snow clearing, and the latest reports about incidences in our neighbourhood – click to find out about the issues that matter to you and your family.
Council approved a pilot project to establish teams of mental health professionals become the first response when Toronto residents are in crisis. It is estimated that the Toronto Police Service responds to 30,000 mental health crisis calls every year- a 50% increase in just the last 5 years. Learn more about this great initiative fromContinue reading “A NEW APPROACH TO COMMUNITY SAFETY: MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS RESPONSE PILOT APPROVED”