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Statutory notices
The City is required to give notice to the public of intent to pass by-laws for a number of actions and to provide information about notices of sale, heritage matters and other matters from Community Councils and committees. City Council determines the type of notice unless specified by legislation. Council adopted the minimum public notice requirements for notice given under certain legislation (City of Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 162, Notice, Public). The notice requirements include posting on the City's website. 

See below for current statutory notices, or link to past notices.

Current statutory notices

Current notices

Heritage lands

View public notices regarding Heritage lands:

Notice of Sale of Property

April 2014 notices regarding the sale of property City Council has declared surplus to the City's requirements:

  • April 4, 2014 - public notice regarding sale of public property

Toronto and East York Community Council

Meeting of April 8, 2014

  • To consider a proposal to name the proposed public highway located west of Strachan Avenue, extending southerly from East Liberty Street as "Solidarity Way". View the public notice.
  • To consider a proposal to name public lanes located in the blocks bounded by Dupont Street, Bathurst Street, Bloor Street West and Christie Street as "Oscar Ryan Lane", "Old Crookshanks Lane", "Deborah Brown Lane", "Col. David Shank Lane", "Patrick MacGregor Lane", "Shady Lane", and "Karma Lane". View the public notice.