The City of Toronto has begun the second phase of the study on Multi-Tenant House Zoning Approach. Previously known as the Rooming House review, the Multi-Tenant House Zoning Approach is proposing a 3-year pilot project which will introduce a temporary zoning by-law to allow multi-tenant houses in 5 selected areas of the city where they are currently not permitted – Scarborough is one of the area. Multi-Tenant houses are currently unlicensed in Scarborough, North York and parts of Etobicoke. The area proposed for the temporary use by-law is: Steeles Ave., Highway 404, Highway 401, Markham Rd, which encompass most of Ward 39, 40, 41 and some of the adjoining wards. Continue reading “MULTI-TENANT HOUSE (MTH) ZONING APPROACH PUBLIC CONSULTATION”
The preliminary 2017 tax supported budgets are being considered by the Budget Committee for recommendation to the Executive Committee and City Council. Residents can attend Budget Subcommittees listed below: Continue reading “Join the Discussion about Toronto’s 2017 Budget at Subcommittee meetings – Scarborough Session on January 5”
The City of Toronto has conducted a study to evaluate options for a grade separation between Steeles Avenue East and the Stouffville Go Transit Rail Corridor (east of Kennedy Road) and has recommended the following: Continue reading “Steeles Avenue East Bridge EA Public Event – January 4”
City Planning would like to invite you to learn more about the Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study and play a key role in shaping this area’s transportation network. Public consultation is an important part of the study and staff will be consulting you on your transportation priorities, preliminary transportation solutions and key challenges, opportunities, and other concerns. The first public consultation meeting is on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm (with a presentation at 7pm) at Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr.
You can also submit your input via the following channels:
Follow @CityPlanTO on Twitter and share your thoughts using #sconthemove,
and follow the project’s website: http://www.toronto.ca/sconthemove.