The laneway between Royal York Road and Willingdon Blvd. will be closed to thoroughfare traffic. The contractor will be installing a sanitary line. Construction to make Royal York Station fully accessible began on May 7, 2017 and is scheduled to be completed by mid-2019. As part of the project, the following activities will take place July 24-26, 2017 between 7:00am – 5:00pm.
The City of Toronto has started Stage 1 construction of the Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration. Work during this stage will occur in stages along Bloor Street on the east side of Kipling Avenue, and on Kipling Avenue and the Bus Ramp (see map).
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The City of Toronto will be structurally re-lining the sewer main on The Queensway from Lane North
of The Queensway and East of Brawley Avenue to The Queensway between July 17 – August 11, 2017. This project is part of the Council-approved 2016 Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure.
On Tuesday July 11, 2017 the GTAA held a public consultation meeting in regards to issues brought up by Etobicoke residents.
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Did you attend the Six Points Interchange Configuration public consultation before the summer? If you did, you contributed to a beautiful piece of public art that will be displayed during construction!
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Due to significant infrastructure and technical issues, Centennial Park Ski and Snowboard Centre will not open for the 2018 season.
The City of Toronto is planning to resurface the road on Delroy Drive and reconstruct the road on Berl Avenue. The contractor on Berl Avenue will also replace the City-owned portion of substandard water services.
If you live on Berl Avenue in a house that was built before the mid-1950s, your water service may be made of lead. Please read this notice with important information about the risks of lead in drinking water.
The Ministry of Natural Resources will be dropping rabies bait west of Yonge St. around mid-July.
Please be advised there have NOT BEEN ANY cases of racoon rabies in Toronto to date – this is just preventative.
If people or dogs come in contact with the rabies liquid vaccine, they should call the number on the bait (1-888-574-6656)
For non-emergencies and information about our vaccine baits or rabies in wildlife, call Ontario’s Rabies Information Line at 1-888-574-6656
There has been a lot of discussion lately about a pilot project that will allow locavores to keep #backyardhens and #backyardchickens in four Toronto wards: Ward 5 (Etobicoke-Lakeshore), Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park), Ward 21 (St. Paul’s), Ward 32 (Beaches-East York).
@TorontoStar reports on this emphasising that it can be a healthy and fresh source of food.
TTC will be reconstructing the ramp leading up to the Kipling Station bus roadway, as well as rebuilding the entire length of the roadway within the TTC property. The contract will include concrete repairs to the subway structure, installation of new fencing, sidewalks, storm sewers, catching basins and lighting.
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