October 8 – Toronto Ward Boundary Review Public Meeting

The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is looking at the size and shape of Toronto’s wards. The Review is being done to ensure each person in Toronto is fairly represented at City Council. A key focus of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review is making sure the number of people in each ward is similar to other wards in the city. This is the most important component of effective representation. The Review will also look at communities of interest and neighbourhoods within the city. Ward boundaries should not split up well-established communities. Other factors such as a ward’s history and physical or natural features will also be considered as part of the review. Read the Ward Boundary Review FAQ.

Public meetings are scheduled for September-October 2015 as part of Round Two of the Public Consultation process. Click here for details on the other public meetings throughout the City.

Ward 30 Public Meeting

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Location: Riverdale Hub

Time: 7PM – 9PM

Address: 1326 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON

Room: To be determined

Major Intersection: Gerrard St E & Greenwood Ave

Meeting Format

The meeting will consist of a 30 minute presentation, followed by a facilitated discussion for approximately 60 minutes. Maps of the options will be on display.

Read the consultation guide

Looking for more information? Read the Consultation Guide.

Translation, Attendant Care
& Accessibility

Attendant care and translation in the following languages will be available upon request: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, Urdu, Farsi, Chinese (Simple and Traditional), Tamil, Tagalog. Please email us up to 5 days prior to the meeting to request.

American sign-language interpretation will be provided.

All facilities are fully accessible.