Don Mills Crossing –
A New Planned Community and Connection Bridge
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 Road and Eglinton Avenue East. The design of the community will celebrate the area’s natural heritage and build on the tradition of cultural and technological innovation. The recommended Secondary Plan will support a vibrant mixed-use community, connections with nature, enhanced mobility choice, comfort and connectivity, and inclusive city building to enable the delivery of new community services and facilities, such as a community centre and child care centres.
The Final Don Mills Crossing Secondary Plan and other project information and reports, such as the Mobility Planning Study, the Cultural Heritage Resource Assessment, and the public consultation presentation boards are available on the Don Mills Crossing website at www.toronto.ca/donmillscrossing.
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In addition to the new development, the City is currently developing plans for a new pedestrian and cycling bridge at the south end of the trail, over the Canadian Pacific Rail (CPR) corridor.
The Don Mills Crossing Bridge will connect the existing Don Mills Trail to the Wynford Drive Extension within the future Crosstown Development at Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East.
City staff are currently in the initial design phase of the project. Click here to view current design options. Further elements, such as lighting, public art, signage, and landscaping, will be decided after completion of this study.
Following consideration of feedback from the public and stakeholders, a final report will be prepared and will be considered by City Council in mid-2021. The Environmental Study Report for the project will then be made available to the public for a 30-day review period. The proposed timeline for construction has yet to be determined.
It is a great honour to serve our community as Councillor and Deputy Mayor.
Our 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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