Maternal Mental Health Day aims to increase public awareness about postpartum depression and eliminate the stigma of mental illness. Learn more about our services and ways to help.
Residents are invited to submit a nomination for the 2016 Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards. The deadline is Monday, May 16. The AEHR Awards recognize people who, or programs that, have made a difference in Toronto by eliminating discrimination and barriers to equality. More information including how to submit a nomination.
The City of Toronto has launched MyWaterToronto, an online tool that customers can use to view their water use information anytime, anywhere, from their computer or mobile device.
Keeping traffic moving is a important priority. The City has developed a number of programs and initiatives aimed at helping you get around Toronto's streets safely and effectively.
From the delicious Summerlicious / Winterlicious promotions and architecture of Doors Open to the spectacle of Cavalcade of Lights and the all-night exhilaration of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, Toronto Special Events creates events that celebrate Toronto!
The City of Toronto Historic Sites host everything from fun family events to informative talks and tours.
Download City collected datasets and freely use the raw files to create mobile apps, web visualizations and more.
Try our map-based visualization tool that helps evaluate community wellbeing across Toronto's neighbourhoods.
If you believe that the City has been negligent in its maintenance of City facilities, roads, trees and sewers, which has caused bodily injury or damage to your property, you can file a claim against the City to seek compensation.
City services are available to all residents of the City of Toronto, regardless of immigration status. In many cases, City services may be accessed with proof of identification that's not necessarily an official government document. Learn more about the Access T.O. initiative and identification requirements.
The City of Toronto aims to deliver exceptional, equitable and accessible customer service to the citizens of Toronto. Members of the Toronto Public Service work within established telephone, voice mail and e-mail standards.
Cycling is a great way to get around downtown. The City of Toronto is working to expand its Network of bicycle lanes, sharrows, off-road trails and signed routes. Track the status of projects here, from the approval stages to installation.