Infrastructure Studies

Project Summary

Bike Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park

Public Event, Information Fair, and Bike Giveaway*

Monday October 30, 2017      |      4:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.                       
Valley Park Middle School, Cafeteria, 130 Overlea Blvd.

This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact the City one-week in advance of the event to arrange additional accommodation.

  • Provide Feedback and learn more about the Bike Study, speak with City staff and Community Animators

  • Bike Giveaway* and safety checks from 4:30 p.m. –  6:30 p.m., generously donated by Morning Glory Cycling Club and Gears Bike Shop

  • Injury Prevention information sharing

  • Bike fixes and maintenance demonstrations

  • Snacks, Child-Care, and in-person Translation provided

* Rain or shine. Children must be accompanied by an adult to receive a free re-furbished bike. Bikes are not guaranteed for all children and will be available first come first served. The child must be in attendance at the event to try the bike. Before receiving a bike, parents and children will visit information displays inside the school. There will be about 150 bikes available, and the majority of free bikes fit children in grades 1-6.

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Have Your Say! Provide feedback via Online Survey before November 19, 2017

Public Event display materials and comment form will be posted in advance of the October 30 event. If you  require assistance to read or understand project materials, please contact: Robyn Shyllit, Senior Public Consultation Coordinator. 416-392-3358,

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