Infrastructure is the facilities like roads, sewers and watermains that provide the foundation on which the City is built. Infrastructure is always being improved, replaced and expanded to keep up with the needs of Torontonians.
Toronto is hosting a free Green Business Forum October 19!
Sustainability is good for business! Toronto businesses are invited to register for this free event taking place on Wednesday, October 19 from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at City Hall to learn how businesses can be even more successful by going green and diverting waste. Hear from the keynote speaker and panel of business owners and industry representatives on how going green has helped them. Join us for an opportunity to learn and network with sustainable business leaders. Registration details.
November 3, 2016 | TORONTO SATELLITE LOCATION *FREE*
A Future without Waste: Innovation in Policy, Innovation in Practice
We invite you to join leaders from across the country and the globe, contribute your ideas and join a national conversation. The second year of Toronto's satellite conference location will feature an in-person keynote panel before joining an interactive live stream of the main event in Vancouver. Click here for more information and to RSVP to this exciting FREE event.
City Council approves new Waste Strategy
Following two years of extensive work, the Long Term Waste Strategy was approved by City Council on July 15, 2016. This comprehensive strategy will guide waste management in Toronto for the next 30-50 years. The new Waste Strategy puts priority on reducing waste and minimizing the amount sent to landfill. It emphasizes the importance of community engagement and encourages prevention of waste, maximizing its value before disposal and supporting the move towards a circular economy.
Program implementation planning is underway. Updates will be posted – stay tuned!
The City of Toronto is working to improve the Lower Don Trail, a multi-use trail that runs along the Don River between Pottery Road and Corktown Commons.
Study on the potential for physically separated bicycle lanes (known as "cycle tracks") between Bathurst Street and Sherbourne Street using Richmond and Adelaide. North-south cycling connections between the existing Beverly Street bicycle lanes and the waterfront, using Peter and/or Simcoe Street, are also being studied. Learn more...
The City is consulting with interested stakeholders and industries on proposed changes to the Pollution Prevention Program to bring about effective and meaningful program compliance.
Learn more about current and upcoming construction projects.
Learn more about infrastructure being planned across the City.
Public AdvisoryGroups advise the City on various issues related to facilities and infrastructure projects.