Accessing City Hall
Our mission is to build public trust and confidence in local government.
At its meeting on November 8 & 9, 2016 City Council considered a final report on new ward boundary options for the City and selected a 47-ward boundary option. Learn more about the process to appeal the Ward Boundary Review decision.
This booklet provides a simple guide to how local government works and how you can get involved by being informed, having your say and even serving your city. Learn more.
Want to keep up with what's happening at Council and its committees? Need to know about meeting schedule changes? Subscribe to e-updates for the meetings that you need to know about. On average, subscribers can expect 3-5 emails per committee per meeting.
Information is the lifeblood of an accessible, transparent, accountable government. Find out about the City's commitment to "open up government" on the Open Government website.
The City of Toronto makes data it collects available to the public via toronto.ca/open. By offering data sets for others to use, the City supports unfiltered access to its information. Applications created using City data provide potential benefits for everyone. The goal over time is to offer all data allowable by law through toronto.ca/open.
The mission of the City Clerk's Office is to build public trust and confidence in local government. We:
- Elect government by ensuring elections readiness and managing elections operations
- Make government work by managing government decision-making processes, supporting elected and accountability officials, providing protocol and official services and delivering provincially delegated services
- Promote open government by managing and storing records, enabling corporate information stewardship and openness, and delivering creative, printing and distribution services