...where Torotontonians gather, share memories and welcome the world. It is a place where people come together in the spirit of openness.
Sites & Venues
On March 17, 2016, the Canadian Society of Landscape Architecture announced that the Nathan Phillips Square Peace Garden was one of the 2016 Awards of Excellence Winners.
A World War II monument is being installed in the Nathan Phillips Square Sculpture Court, located in the north west corner of the Square. The monument will consist of a newly commissioned sculpture and an existing relocated Roman Column and Plaque.
During the construction period, the Sculpture Court is blocked off to the public.
Information on Nathan Phillips Square and how to book for an event including guidelines and applications.
This guide is produced by the Event Support Unit, a unit of the Economic Development and Culture Division's Film and Entertainment Industries in collaboration with city divisions and agencies that support and provide permits for events.
NEW: Event PaL now creates a unified application form for most City of Toronto permit and service requests! Fill out your application on line and receive a PDF copy with instructions for submission.
The City Hall podium roof, where visiting dignitaries were once welcomed to this great city, was revived and re-introduced as the new Podium Green Roof - Toronto’s largest publicly accessible green roof.
Torontonians can celebrate, gather, be heard, and live green in the heart of a city that strives to be one of the greenest on the planet. The revitalized Square features an increase in the number of trees on the Square to create an urban forest in the middle of downtown Toronto.
A list of awards won by various components of the Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization project.