There are two rounds of Civic Engagement + Public Consultation. Round One (July 2014 - February 2015) was focused on collecting input on Toronto's current ward boundaries. Residents, stakeholders and Members of Council were asked to identify issues with the current ward boundaries. Here is a summary of who we heard from:
192 people attended the twelve public meetings in December 2014 and January 2015, with some attending more than one meeting. Attendance by Community Council area was as follows:
- Scarborough Community Council area (27 individuals)
- Etobicoke York Community Council area (23 individuals)
- Toronto East York Community Council area (65 individuals)
- North York Community Council area (77 individuals)
608 people responded to the Survey (591 responded online and 17 submitted hard copies). 9 people submitted detailed analyses and comments via mail, e-mail, Twitter or the website contact form.
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL INTERVIEWS
44 members of the 2010-2014 City Council and 7 new (2014-2018) Council members were interviewed individually to solicit their perspective on the issues related to the current Toronto ward configuration.
STAKEHOLDER GROUPS AND SCHOOL BOARDS
35 individuals from various stakeholder groups and 24 school board representatives (mostly Trustees with a few support staff) participated in discussions about the current Toronto ward system.
The results of Round One are included in the Round One Report on Civic Engagement + Public Consultation.