The Arena Boards of Management are 8 Board-managed arenas that offer ice contracts, programming, and pleasure skating to the community. Some arenas also offer dry floor rentals in the summer. These services are complemented with snack bars, pro-shops, and meeting room rentals at some locations.
The Association of Community Centres (AOCCs) comprises of 10 volunteer board-run multi-purpose facilities providing a broad range of community, recreation and social service programs to residents in the local community.
Exhibition Place fosters an inclusive and accessible parkland and business destination for conventions, exhibitions, entertainment, recreation, sporting events, and public celebrations, operating as a self-sustaining and environmentally responsible entity.
Heritage Toronto raises awareness of Toronto's architectural, archaeological, natural and cultural heritage by delivering volunteer-led walks, bus and cycling tours around the City, installing heritage plaques and markers to commemorate buildings and events, and producing the annual Heritage Toronto Awards event.
The three City-owned and operated theatres promote theatrical, artistic, and cultural programming in the community through convenient and cost-effective access to state of the art venues that support multi-cultural, not-for-profit, and corporate events.
TRCA has stewardship of assets which are comprised of land, land improvements, buildings, infrastructure and capital work-in-progress in the Don, Rouge, Highland, Etobicoke-Mimico and Humber watersheds, as well as along the waterfront.
The Toronto Atmospheric Fund (TAF) assists in slowing global climate change and improving air quality by advancing local solutions that reduce the production of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and related air pollution. TAF collaborates with non-government organizations, governments, corporations, official committees, neighbourhood organizations, universities, public and private schools, investors to advance social, financial, policy and technological innovations that reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions while also creating a vibrant green economy.
Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations provides safe and efficient free flow of traffic by responding to local neighbourhood parking concerns, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The Program collects and processes fines for issued parking infraction tickets.
Toronto Police Services Board is responsible, under the Police Services Act, for ensuring the provision of adequate and effective police services in the City of Toronto.
Toronto Police Service delivers police services, in partnership with our communities, to keep Toronto the best, safest place to be.
Toronto Public Health (TPH) reduces health inequalities and improves the health of the entire population by delivering services that meet community health needs, comply with Ontario Public Health Standards, and make wise use of human and financial resources.
Toronto Public Library (TPL) provides free and equitable access to a wide range of services which meet the changing needs of Toronto residents. The Library preserves and promotes universal access to a broad range of human knowledge, experience, information and ideas in a welcoming and supportive environment.
TTC will provide Conventional transit service to up to 552 million riders with service that spans 246 million kilometres and 9.5 million hours in 2016. Wheel-Trans provides door-to-door accessible transit service on 3.7 million rides for riders with physical disabilities.
The Toronto Zoo is one of the largest zoo in Canada, home to over 5,000 animals representing 430 species on more than 700 acres of land adjacent to Canada's new Rouge National Urban Park. The Zoo offers full year access to seven bioregion displays with over 10 kilometers of walking trails, including gift shops, exhibits, rides, food services and guest services..
Yonge-Dundas Square is a public square that accommodates approximately 300 events each year including third-party and self-programmed events. These events encourage economic and cultural activities by showcasing businesses and drawing residents and tourists to the area. 28 days are also set aside for the public to enjoy the square as a piazza.