Round Two of the Engagement and Consultation process is now underway. There are two ways to participate:
The purpose of the survey is to gather input on the 5 ward boundary options outlined in the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Options Report (link). The survey is asking residents and stakeholders to select a preferred option and make suggestions for improving that option.
Input from the survey will inform the Final Ward Boundary Review Report which will include a recommended option and be presented before the Executive Committee and City Council in May 2016.
The survey can be completed online or by filling out the the Consultation Guide and sending it in. The public meeting discussions will mirror the survey questions.
The survey is available in Farsi, Tamil, Urdu, Chinese (Simple), Chinese (Traditional), French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog upon request.
BEFORE taking the survey, please read the Consultation Guide.
There are 12 public meetings scheduled for September and October 2015. The meetings will include a presentation from the consultant team and round table discussions. Click here for more details.
There are two rounds of Civic Engagement + Public Consultation. We are currently in Round Two of the Civic Engagement + Public Consultation process, which is focused on gathering input on the 5 ward boundary options.
There are 2 ways to provide feedback on the ward boundary options:
The survey is now closed. The purpose of the survey was to ask residents and stakeholders what they thought about Toronto's current ward boundaries.
The feedback received from questions will inform the development of several options for structuring Toronto’s wards. Once the options are developed, a second ‘round’ of consultation will occur starting in May 2015. At that time, the public and stakeholders will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed ward boundary options.
The questions in this survey were also asked at the 12 public meetings that took place in December 2014 and January 2015.