Information about social development work in Toronto's 140 neighbourhoods, including neighbourhood action planning, community safety and neighbourhood and tower revitalization.
UPDATED APPLICATION JANUARY 2017: The City will invest $12 million in Toronto’s neighbourhood improvement areas over the next four years. This investment will fund new facilities such as playgrounds, parks, basketball courts, and other infrastructure improvements.
In January 2015 Mayor John Tory appointed an independent six-person Housing Task Force to take a hard look at how Toronto Community Housing serves the people of Toronto and how it is governed. The Task Force delivered a Final Report in January 2016. Addressing the report of the Task force, City staff consulted with the public and reported back to Council through the "Tenants First: A Way Forward for Toronto Community Housing and Social Housing in Toronto" report which was approved by Council in July, 2016. The Tenants First Project Management team is continuing the work of the Task Force by making a plan for real and positive change for residents of Toronto Community Housing.
The City is seeking tenants of Toronto Community Housing to Participate on the Tenants First Advisory Panel. For more information: GET INVOLVED.
Deadline for applications is February 3, 2017.
The City of Toronto is working in Toronto neighbourhoods to strengthen communities, invest in social infrastructure, expand civic leadership and develop community partnerships.
Learn more about supports that are working to make Toronto's communities safer. Programs include The Community Crisis Response Program, Collaborative Risk Driven Approaches, FOCUS Toronto and more
The Tower & Neighbourhood Revitalization Unit was created in January 2015 to provide a greater focus on partner collaboration and implementation of Tower Renewal and Community Revitalization mandates.