Toronto Public Health
Healthy people need healthy environments. By working together with our community and partners we are helping create a healthy environment for all.
Information about the air quality initiatives by Toronto Public Health, Air Quality Health Index, Smog and your health, idling by-law.
Information on how to identify bed bugs, prevent them, and deal with an infestation.
Information on Toronto Public Health's Blacklegged Tick Surveillance program and surveillance results.
Information on how buildings, transportation systems, energy systems, open space, and agricultural lands make up and support our communities.
Find out information about ChemTRAC, which aims to improve public health and support a green local economy by reducing toxic chemicals in our environment.
Our environment, the air we breathe, the land we walk on and the spaces we spend our time in, impact our health.
This page contains information on extreme cold weather and alerts.
From May 15 to September 30 of each year, Toronto Public Health staff monitors the heat health alert system to determine when the Medical Officer of Health should declare a heat or extreme heat alert.
Toronto Public Health works with health professionals to reduce the risk of rabies in humans by investigating exposures to animals. Find out more about rabies prevention in Ontario.
Inspection results of Toronto's public pools and spas (hot tubs) and water quality testing at the city's supervised beaches.