Advisory Groups

East Don Trail Community Liaison Committee

The City of Toronto with assistance from the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has initiated the East Don Trail Environmental Assessment (EA). This study will determine a preferred multi-use trail route and potential community access points in the East Don corridor. The East Don corridor is located between Lawrence Avenue to the north, O'Connor Drive to the south, Victoria Park to the east, and Don Mills Road, Overlea Boulevard and Donlands Avenue to the west. View the study area map.

A Community Liaison Committee (CLC) has been formed to provide interested community members with an opportunity to discuss options for an East Don Trail with City of Toronto and TRCA staff.

CLC Meetings

Meeting #1: Monday April 22, 2013
Flemingdon Health Centre - 2nd floor Community Room
10 Gateway Boulevard (Don Mills Rd. & Overlea Blvd.)

Meeting #2: Tuesday June 4, 2013
Flemingdon Park Library - 2nd floor Meeting Room #1
29 St. Dennis Drive, Toronto

Meeting #3:
Monday July 15, 2013
Flemingdon Park Library - 2nd floor Meeting Room #1

Meeting #4: Monday August 12, 2013
Flemingdon Park Library - 2nd floor Meeting Room #1

Meeting #5: Thursday March 6, 2014
Flemingdon Health Centre - Community Room

Meeting #6: Tuesday June 10, 2014
Flemingdon Park Library - 2nd floor Meeting Room #2

Meeting #7: Wednesday September 10, 2014
Flemingdon Park Library - 2nd floor Meeting Room

Call Maogosha Pyjor at 416-338-2850 or mpyjor@toronto.ca to request assistance with any difficulties viewing these documents.

Who's involved?

Members of the committee include representatives from local community organizations, users of the East Don Valley Corridor and local residents. The CLC will meet four times during the Environmental Assessment (EA) process.

Members of the public are welcome to attend CLC meetings as observers. If you are interested in attending a future meeting of the CLC or would like additional information, please contact us.

What are the issues?

The CLC discusses issues related to:

  • Identifying public concerns about the impact and design of the multi-use trail;
  • Suggesting solutions to resolve public concerns; and,
  • How to best engage with community residents, local groups and organizations that share an interest in the project.

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