City of Toronto

Long-Term Financial Plan - November/December Update


Have your say and invest in Toronto’s Future

The City of Toronto is renewing its Long-Term Financial Plan – a roadmap for how the City will make investments in the future. We want your input on this important issue so we can build the city we all want.

A Long-Term Financial Plan helps the City of Toronto run well, spend public money wisely and delivers the programs and services that residents need and want. The consultations will seek your advice on how the City should manage its spending, raise revenue, and make the most of its assets.

How to get involved

You can get involved and have your say on Toronto’s financial direction in three ways:

Participate online

  • Learn more about the Long-Term Financial Plan by visiting
  • Fill out our survey on what the City should consider as it makes decisions about long-term financial sustainability.
  • Attend a webcast of the in-person public meetings. Information and registration
  • Connect with the City by following us on social media
  • Spread the word and participateby using #InvestingInTO

Attend a public meeting

In-person public meetings are an opportunity to learn more about the Long-Term Financial Plan, speak to City representatives, and give input. A second round of public meetings will also be held in early 2017.

Monday, December 5 at 6 p.m.

Etobicoke Olympium

590 Rathburn Rd.


Tuesday, December 6 at 6 p.m.

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto

5183 Sheppard Ave. E.


Wednesday, December 7 at 6 p.m.

Mitchell Field Community Centre

89 Church Ave.

North York

Thursday, December 8 at 6 p.m.

Toronto Reference Library, Epic Hall

789 Yonge St.


Host your own meeting

Downloadable materials to assist residents and groups organize and host conversations about investing in Toronto's future and the City's Long-Term Financial Plan will be available in December at

Help Toronto on the path to financial sustainability – be informed and get involved today.

Participate in an online survey or register for a public meeting near you



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