Open Government is about improving the delivery of services, making information more accessible and supporting initiatives that build public trust in government. It is guided by four principles of transparency, participation, accountability and accessibility.
Accessing City Hall
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of members of the public service for matters related to conflict of interest, confidentiality, political activity, disclosure of wrongdoing and reprisal protection.
The sharing economy consists of marketplaces and platforms that allow individuals and organizations to buy and sell goods and services directly from one another, and share or lend goods or assets on a short-term or time-share basis.
Use Wellbeing Toronto to visually map the characteristics of the City's 140 neighbourhoods, from housing to health data and more!
A faster, easier and more convenient way to submit access to information requests.
Get information on population groups, housing characteristics, languages, income and more.
How is Toronto doing? Find out what we are doing well and where more effort or new approaches are needed.
Browse and monitor agendas, items, decisions, minutes and meeting schedule for Toronto City Council and Committees.
Find out how the opinions of property owners, residents and business are affected by neighbourhood changes.
Learn about the City of Toronto's Open Government Committee
Provides a convenient way to review your City of Toronto property, utility, and parking ticket information anytime, anywhere.