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Toronto E-Updates

You can subscribe to City of Toronto e-newsletter updates on a variety of topics. Simply select an e-update below and enter your email address.

 

Select one or more of the following e-newsletters

ExpandNews and information

Type (do not copy and paste) your email into the box below and you will receive an email with instructions to confirm your request to subscribe.

News releases

Subscribers receive news releases and media advisories issued by the City. The number of news releases and media advisories vary. Subscribers receive about 10 media notices weekly.

Be Your Best Self

If you are a Toronto youth age 13 - 24, subscribe to learn about Public Health services and events, and opportunities to take action on health issues in your community. Share ideas with like-minded youth. Get e-updates every two weeks.

Better Buildings Partnership Newsletter

Subscribers receive valuable information about the Better Buildings Partnership, how conservation and energy efficiency can reduce energy consumption and cut costs, and updates on incentives and financial assistance for conservation projects. The timing of newsletters and e-updates varies.

City Planning

Subscribe to stay informed about key neighbourhood and city-wide City Planning issues, projects, studies, public meetings, and events. The City Planning Division helps to guide the way the city looks and grows. City Planning works with the community and other City divisions to set goals and policies for development, while keeping important social, economic and environmental concerns in mind. Updates are typically monthly.

City Update

Toronto City Update e-newsletter focuses on the latest services, innovations and accomplishments in Canada's largest city. City Update is issued six times a year.

Energy Reporting and Benchmarking for Large Buildings

Subscribers receive information about consultation events and periodic updates on project milestones.The City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario are exploring options to initiate mandatory energy reporting and benchmarking requirements for large commercial and multi-unit residential buildings, where owners could be required to annually report on their building’s energy, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water consumption.

Golf Toronto

Golf Toronto is an occasional newsletter full of practical information about the City of Toronto's five award-winning golf courses. You'll find information about season opening, special promotions, courses, fees and news related to the City's courses.

Live Green Toronto News

Live Green News provides information on Live Green Toronto's programs, grants, rebates, events and more helping you stay connected, informed and living green. Subscribers usually receive e-updates monthly.

Pedometer

Subscribers receive Pedometer e-newsletter detailing issues of interest to pedestrians and updates on the City's "Public Realm" section. Pedometer is issued two to three times per year.

Social Housing Providers Information

A monthly update for Social Housing Providers on Rent-Geared-to-Income, City Guidelines, tips for managing your housing and assets, as well as opportunities for funding and support. This newsletter is intended for board members, property management staff and others involved in social housing operations.

youthTO News

If you are a Toronto youth age 13 - 29, subscribe to learn about City of Toronto and community services and events for youth. The timing of newsletters and e-updates varies.

ExpandRoad and Lane Closures

Type (do not copy and paste) your email into the box below and you will receive an email with instructions to confirm your request to subscribe.

Subscribe to unscheduled road / lane incident and closure information for City of Toronto expressways and major arterials from this page in three easy steps. The number of emails sent to subscribers is unpredictable and reflect current traffic conditions.

Select one or more of the following e-publications.

F. G. Gardiner Expressway

Don Valley Parkway

W. R. Allen Road

Lake Shore Blvd.

All Other Arterials

ExpandGet involved in your community

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Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant (ICMC)

The Implementation and Compliance Monitoring Committee (ICMC) assists the City with the implementation of aspects of the Environmental Assessment Approval for the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. Subscribers receive meeting invitations and minutes, usually bi-monthly.

Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant (NLC)

The Neighbourhood Liaison Committee (NLC) facilitates communication between the City and the community around the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. Committee members provide input on issues related to the plant's operation and changes to the site that affect the community. Subscribers receive meeting invitations and minutes, usually bi-monthly.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Review

The City is conducting a review of a request from Porter Airlines to permit jet-powered aircraft operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. This list will provide study updates and invitations to provide input. Two to three messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the study.

Commercial Special Event Survey

The Commercial Special Event Survey e-Updates will notify subscribers about the overall results of the Permit Survey no later than October 31, 2016.

Design Review Panel

This e-update is used to provide subscribers with Design Review Panel updates, including meeting agendas and project highlights. Subscribers receive messages once every 3 to 4 weeks.

Don Mills & Eglinton Area Study

Subscribe to the Don Mills and Eglinton Area Study eUpdate to receive periodic updates and notices about upcoming meetings and events.

East Don Trail

The City of Toronto is working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to study options for a multi-use trail within the East Don Corridor from O'Connor Drive and Don Mills Road, north along the Don River, to Lawrence Avenue East. This study is following a provincially mandated Environmental Assessment (EA) process. One to two messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

Etobicoke Centre Development

Over the next several years, Etobicoke Centre will develop as the urban focal point for the western part of Toronto. The detailed technical design of the new '6 Points' intersection is now being completed. Subscribers will be updated on project milestones through the detailed design and construction phases.

Growing Up: Planning for Children in New Vertical Communities

Subscribers will receive information about City Planning's study that seeks to explore opportunities to better accommodate children and youth in new multi-unit developments.

Home Energy Loan Program (HELP)

The Home Energy Loan Program provides low interest loans to homeowners to make energy and water efficiency improvements on their home. Subscribers receive updates on the pilot program including program expansion details and program milestones.

Keele & Finch Planning Study

City Planning is undertaking a study to determine how to best leverage investment in new transit infrastructure (subway and light rail transit) at Keele and Finch for the benefit of the community and city. Subscribers will receive updates on a periodic basis of approximately one/month, with more updates around consultations.

Local Air Quality Studies

Learn about the Local Air Quality Studies that are being conducted by the City's Environment and Energy Office and Toronto Public Health, in partnership with the Ministry of the Environment. The studies will evaluate individual pollutants and the potential cumulative health impacts of the pollutants on the community.

Official Plan Review

The City is undertaking an Official Plan Review and Municipal Comprehensive Review. This exercise will not create a new Official Plan, but will review and adjust the Plan where necessary. Subscribers receive updates on a periodic basis, with more updates around public consultation meetings.

Outdoor Tennis Pilot Permit Project

The Outdoor Tennis Pilot Permit Project e-update will notify subscribers about the results of the Permit Pilot Project Survey by October 31, 2016 with the confirmed locations for the Permit Pilot and a preliminary schedule for the Permit Project launch.

Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan

Subscribe to stay informed about updates and public consultation activities in the development of the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. Parks and recreation facilities support participation in activities that keep people active, healthy and connected to their communities. This 20-year plan will guide decision-making and future investment, and is being developed to support sustainable and equitable access to high quality parks and recreation facilities across the city. Updates are typically monthly.

Participatory Budgeting Pilot Project

The City is conducting a Participatory Budgeting pilot project in Wards 12, 33 and 35. This list will provide updates on the pilot project and invitations to provide input. Two to three messages will be sent at key stages of the pilot project.

Richmond-Adelaide Cycle Track Study

The City is studying the potential for physically separated bicycle lanes in the Richmond-Adelaide corridor, from Bathurst Street to Sherbourne Street. A north-south cycling connection between the existing Beverly Street bicycle lanes and the waterfront will also be studied. This study is following an Environmental Assessment process. Two to three messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

St Lawrence Market North Redevelopment

Subscribers receive information about the redevelopment of an iconic landmark - the St. Lawrence Market North Building. The City has launched a design competition to find the best architectural design for the redevelopment of this property. The number of e-updates varies.

TOcore: Planning Toronto's Downtown

TOcore is a study looking at how the Downtown should grow in the decades ahead and the infrastructure needed to keep it a great place to live, work, learn and play. The study will lead to a renewed plan for the Downtown and will develop strategies for hard and soft infrastructure. Subscribers will receive updates and notifications of meetings on a periodic basis, especially around public consultation meetings.

Toronto Planning Review Panel

The Toronto Planning Review Panel is a new resident advisory group providing input into the planning process. Sign up to receive updates, including meeting agendas, learning materials and summary reports. Subscribers will receive approximately one communication per month.

TransformTO

The TransformTO project will create a plan to put the City of Toronto on track to reach its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 80 per cent across the community by the year 2050. Subscribers will receive information about upcoming events, consultations and periodic updates on project milestones.

West Toronto Railpath Extension

The City is studying a preferred route for extending the West Toronto Railpath from Dundas Street West, along the Georgetown GO Transit rail corridor, to Strachan Avenue. This study is following an Environmental Assessment process. One to two messages will be sent every few months at key stages of the project.

The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006. The information is used to allow the City to send you an e-mail to confirm your wish to subscribe to a City of Toronto e-notice. Questions about this collection may be directed to the ListServ Administrator, Strategic Communications Division, City of Toronto, Toronto City Hall, 7th floor, West Tower, Toronto M5H 2N2. Telephone: 416-397-5318.

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Other City Subscriptions

Council and Committee

Subscribers receive announcements, links to meeting agendas, decisions, minutes, supplementary materials, meeting schedule changes, posting of notices as well as any other related information. On average, subscribers can expect 3-5 emails per committee per meeting.

Toronto Health Professionals

Toronto health professionals can subscribe to receive timely public health updates, namely Communiqué, Surveillance Alerts, Weekly Influenza News, and West Nile Virus Bulletin. 

Long Term Waste Strategy

Sign up for the email list to receive project updates and information on upcoming public consultation opportunities related to the Long Term Waste Management Strategy.

Complete Streets

Sign up for the email list to receive project updates and information on upcoming public consultation opportunities related to the Complete Streets Guidelines.

Cyclometer

Summaries of the new infrastructure constructed, policy achievements realized, and bicycle related services or programs delivered.

City of Toronto Historic Sites

Taste, touch, hear and explore your history! Learn about innovative and engaging museum programs, exhibitions and events produced by the City of Toronto's 10 Museums. Issues of e-updates once or twice per month depending on programming.