Fall 2019 Community Newsletters
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Call 911 for all emergencies
Where people or property are at risk and Police, Fire or Ambulance are required call 911 immediately.
Remember, calling 911 for non-emergency situations could cause a delay in someone else getting life-saving help in time.
It is important to make the right call at the right time, to get the service you need. Knowing when to call 311, the police non-emergency line or 911 will ensure you get the right help at the right time.
Call 311 for information about City services and programs
- The 311 Contact Centre operates 24/7, 365 days a year
- 311 staff provide information and refer requests to the appropriate City of Toronto division for response to the resident/situation; response times from divisions will vary depending on the service request.
- 311 offers assistance in more than 180 languages and has a TTY service for the hearing impaired (416-338-0889)
- Some service requests can also be made online
Call 416-808-2222 for non-emergency police matters
- This line is staffed 24/7, 365 days a year
- The public can file many police related reports online, some of which include: damage to property under $5000, driving complaints and parking complaints. For a full list of police related online reports, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/core for more details.
Ward 16 Programs & Projects
Don Mills Crossing – A New Planned Community Next Door to Canada's Original Planned Community The vision for the Don Mills Crossing area is for a complete community to emerge between the branches of the Don River Valley system, centred on the intersection of Don Mills...read more
Update on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT Project The Eglinton Crosstown LRT, a project of Infrastructure Ontario, is on track for completion in 2021. My office has been actively engaged with residents about the traffic impacts resulting from the construction work on...read more
City Proposes to Build Major Community Centre in Don Mills Proposed 5.5 Acre Site will have large regional aquatic centre, 2 ice rinks, walking track, gymnasium and multi-purpose space. The City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Department is proposing to...read more
It is a great honour to serve our community as Councillor and Deputy Mayor.
Our new Ward is large and diverse. It goes as far North as the 401, as far south as Gateway Blvd and the DVP, as far west as Leslie St. and as far east as Victoria Park.
We have nearly 95,000 residents and comprise many different neighbourhoods. They include Fenside, Parkwoods/Donalda, O’Connor Hills, Victoria Village, Flemingdon Park, Wynford Drive, Don Mills, and York Heights.
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East Don Trail Update
The East Don Trail Project started in 2018 with Phase 1 (from Lower Don Trail to Bermondsey Road) and is continuing this year with completion of phase 2... read more