We regularly conduct short surveys to gauge what we're doing well, where we can improve and how we should develop new initiatives. Your input is important and valued. Please take part in our active surveys or review some of our past survey results.
The City of Toronto and community partners would like your input into the development of the next version of the Toronto Seniors Strategy. The survey aims to improve City services and make Toronto a more age-friendly city. The survey is open until March 30, 2017.
Have your say! We appreciate you letting us know how we are doing! The Artificial Ice Rink Customer Feedback Survey will be available for responses from January 25 to March 25, 2017. Complete the survey.
Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation is looking for public feedback on its recreation programs for children ages 6-12, as it works towards HIGH FIVE® Accreditation. Please take the Children's Recreation Program Quality Survey through the month of February, and tell us what you think.
The City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation is conducting a recreation program needs survey for the following Ward 21 facilities: Cedarvale Park, Hillcrest Community Centre, Markdale Preschool Site, and Phil White Arena. Take the survey.
We're focusing on improving your recreation registration experience and we want to hear from you. Please visit the project page for the latest updates and more ways to get involved.
We're improving the permitting experience and we want to hear from you! Please let us know how we can improve and for more information, visit the permit review here.
How can the City best plan and deliver City recreational sport programs and services over the next five years? Visit the project page to have your say.
How can the City improve and better plan for parks and recreation facilities over the next 20 years? Visit the project page to have your say.