Sprucing up our parks

Trees provide shade and beautify our neighbourhoods.  The City of Toronto's Parks Forestry and Recreation Division is planting trees in 3 of our community parks.
Trees provide shade and beautify our neighbourhoods. The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division will be planting trees in our community parks and along our recreation trails this summer.

The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation (PF&R) Division is sprucing up our parks by planting more trees this summer.  Here’s what you need to know:

  • 15 trees will be planted in Donalda Park adding to the fabric of the urban forest.
  • The East Highland Creek Trail in the Brimley Rd. and McNicoll Ave. area will welcome 47 new trees providing shade and comfort to residents.
  • PF&R will plant 63 of our leafy friends – trees – in Port Royal Park.

For more information, contact my office at (416) 392-1375 or councillor_lee@toronto.ca.

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