2015 Planned Street Furniture

Each year, I work with City staff to ensure that Ward 35 receives its fair share of City planned installations of street furniture. Additionally, residents can call 311 to make a request for street furniture in their neighbourhood. City staff will begin a study of the request and approve the installation if they find the area is in need.

Appealing, well-designed, well-maintained and accessible public spaces are recognized as essential for making our streets safer and promoting a positive community identity. City of Toronto street furniture  can include litter bins, bus shelters, information pillars, and post and ring bike parking. Please visit the City website for more information.

View map for 2015 Planned Street Furniture.

If you have any questions about street furniture in Ward 35, please contact my office.

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