Living In Toronto
Get outside, take pictures and share your memorable moments in Toronto's parks, urban forests, and recreation spaces for a chance to win great prizes! Participation is also a great way to explore and share what the city's green spaces, trees and recreation opportunities mean to you. The Parks, Forestry and Recreation photo contest runs from August 18 to September 30 and is presented by Nikon Canada.
On September 1, 2014, The City of Toronto is removing recreation program fees at designated community centres across the city so that more people can use recreation programs.
It is now open!
In 2012, the City of Toronto commissioned Jay Hoots, the most experienced bike park designer in North America, to design a new bike park in the western beaches that runs parallel to the north side of Lakeshore Boulevard between Colborne Lodge Road and Ellis Avenue.
Enjoy free entertainment all summer long at the Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre in Earl Bales Park, 4169 Bathurst St. (east side of Bathurst, south of Sheppard Ave.), 416-392-3846.
If you love to golf at City courses you'll love the Toronto Golf Value Pack! Purchase the Value Pack to receive 12 adult rounds for the price of 10 - that's two free adult rounds! The best part is… you can the share rounds with your friends.
The new Toronto Golf Value Pack is available at any of our 5 golf courses, but you'll need to act fast as supplies are limited. Terms and conditions apply.
Help Toronto Parks better understand how the public uses this City's parks by participating in the Parks Users Survey. This survey will be available online until September 30, 2014.
Each summer,The City of Toronto encourages and welcomes families and community partners to evaluate our camp programs. Customer Feedback Survey Forms will be available throughout the summer at each camp location as well as this online 'City Camps 2014' survey. We appreciate you letting us know how we are doing!
We'd like your feedback on some of the place-making we're doing to create small scale but dynamic gathering spaces to serve as recognizable Pan Am / Parapan Am Games event and location markers. Please fill out our survey to tell us what you think about the benches and planters we're testing out.