Scarborough Centre on the Move

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Want to Get Involved?

We welcome your insights and comments at this point, and throughout the Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study. There will be a series of public consultation sessions.

The first public consultation meeting took place on November 29, 2016 (6pm to 9pm) at Scarborough Civic Centre. 14,338 notices were sent out to the local community in advance of the meeting (click here to view the public meeting notice).  Notices were also placed in the Scarborough Mirror on November 17 & 24, 2016.  Materials related to the first public consultation meeting are available below:

Public Meeting # 1 Presentation

Public Meeting # 1 Study Boards

Public Meeting # 1 Summary Report

Progress Memo # 1 Report

The second public consultation meeting took place on May 10, 2017 (1:30pm to 9pm) at Scarborough Civic Centre. Over 15,000 notices were sent out to the local community in advance of the meeting (click here to view the public meeting notice).  Notices were also placed in the Scarborough Mirror on April 27 & May 4, 2017.  Materials related to this public meeting are available below:

Public Meeting # 2 Presentation

Public Meeting # 2 Study Boards

Public Meeting # 2 Discussion Guide

Public Meeting # 2 Summary Report

Progress Memo # 2 Report

The study's first two Local Advisory Committee meetings took place on February 7 and April 20, 2017 at Scarborough Civic Centre.  The sessions generated great discussion and provided valuable insights to the study team moving forward.  A link to the meeting summaries is provided below:

Local Advisory Committee Meeting # 1 Minutes

Local Advisory Committee Meeting # 2 Minutes

The study team also engaged the local community over the summer and fall 2016 months at Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS) events to get people’s ideas on opportunities for change.  Click here to view the Scarborough Centre Transportation Master Plan's Study Initiation and Early Engagement Summary.  

Questions and comments can be e-mailed to SConthemove@toronto.ca.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS)

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What is PiPS?

Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS) is a public engagement initiative started by City Planning in 2013 in order to advance actionable items of its Strategic Plan, under the Strategic Direction for Clear, Consistent and Compelling Communication.

The basic purpose of Planners in Public Spaces is to bring planners to the people and provide opportunities for the public to engage with City Planners, one-on-one, on issues that affect the City and specific concerns they may have about development and policy in the city.

Planners in Public Spaces format is simple. We bring a tent, a table, some planning material and a bunch of planners and set up in parks, recreation centres and some special events like farmers' markets or festivals. Then we are ready to chat with anyone with a question or comment.

Past PiPS Events
  • November 1 at Scarborough Town Centre YMCA
  • October 29 at Scarborough Town Centre YMCA    

  • October 19 at Scarborough Town Centre Mall

  • October 15 at Scarborough Town Centre Mall      

  • September 20 at McCowan TTC Station                  

  • September 15 at 100 Consilium Place

  • September 13 at Scarborough Centre TTC Station

  • August 24 at 100 Consilium Place

  • August 18 at Scarborough Civic Centre Library

  • August 5 & 6 at Scarborough Multi-Cultural Festival

  • July 10 at Taste of Lawrence Festival