Strategic & Service Plans

City of Sport

City of Sport heroes cross the bridge at the mouth of the Humber River

Toronto is Canada's largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. The City of Toronto's Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division delivers thousands of sport programs each year, but we are only one partner in Toronto’s recreational sport network. Working together, we can build the capacity of Toronto's recreational sport system to create a City of Sport that benefits residents and communities.

City of Sport Gymnist on the balance beam at the Harbourfront Wave deck

City of Toronto Sport Plan

The City of Toronto, in collaboration with the Toronto Sports Council, is developing a Sport Plan that will guide the planning and delivery of City recreational sport programs and services over the next five years.


Toronto Sport Summit

A consultation, learning and networking opportunity for Toronto community-sport leaders, as well as representatives of clubs, leagues, multi-sport organizations, funding partners and other community sport program providers.

two fencers competing in a gallery of the AGO

Toronto Sport Hall of Honour

The Toronto Sport Hall of Honour celebrates the exceptional contributions and accomplishments of those who have inspired and/or brought recognition to the City of Toronto through sport.

Let's get Coaching, community basketball coach with her youth players

Let's Get Coaching

You may already be a coach at the community level or thinking about becoming a coach. Toronto's Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division, in partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario and other Provincial Sport Organizations, will offer community level coach training to Toronto residents 16+ years.

Woman in a wheelchair playing tennis

The Toronto Sport Leadership Program

The Toronto Sport Leadership Program (TSLP) is a program dedicated to providing youth with the resources they need to make positive life choices, gain the confidence and skills needed to obtain employment and become leaders in their communities.

Sport Plan Community Engagement