City Manager Joseph P. Pennachetti
The City Manager provides guidance and advice to Council and the City administration on city-wide issues, co-ordinating the work of City divisions and evaluating how well the City provides services.
As Canada's largest city and sixth largest government, Toronto is an incredibly diverse and vibrant city with about 2.8 million people and more than 100 languages spoken. Our diversity provides a unique economic advantage for building a prosperous City, and our talented workforce of 35,000 employees reflects the diversity of our population.
The City of Toronto's e-newsletter City Update focuses on the latest services, innovations and accomplishments in Canada’s largest city and sixth largest government. This e-newsletter is for the public, stakeholders, media, City Council and staff.
Our Toronto, the City's newsletter, is distributed to every household in the city. It is published three times annually and is full of useful information for residents, businesses and visitors.
The City of Toronto creates opportunities for the public to:
- shape a vision for the future
- plan changes in their neighbourhoods
- provide information and insight on the issues Council is debating, and
- serve the City's agencies boards and commissions
Visit toronto.ca/civic-engagement for more details.
The City Manager wants to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to provide compliments and feedback or make a complaint about services provided by the City Manager's Office. We always appreciate your feedback and take it seriously as feedback helps us to monitor performance and improve our services.