Drop In/Chat with Councillor Morley
Wednesday February 21st; 3pm - 6 pm
Location: 2 Orianna Drive [Alderwood Centre - Community Rm]
Join Councillor Morley for a community drop-in coffee and conversation!
Meet Councillor Morley, connect with your neighbours, learn more about municipal initiatives happening in our community, and discuss the matters that are important to you. Whether you're a long-time resident or new to the area, your perspective is valuable and your input plays a crucial role in shaping the future of our neighbourhood.
Councillor Morley will be available to listen to your thoughts, answer any questions you may have, and discuss the various projects and developments taking place in our community. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided!
Tuesday, February 27, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Etobicoke Civic Centre, 399 The West Mall
Join us for a Community Safety Town Hall! This will be an opportunity for us to come together as a community to discuss issues of safety and security, including community safety, auto-theft prevention, break and entry prevention, and highlighting the Neighbourhood Community Officer Program. In addition, learn about the City of Toronto's fourth emergency service, Toronto Community Crisis Service (TCCS) and SafeTO: A Community Safety & Well-Being Plan.
We are collecting your questions ahead of time in order to ensure content is reflective of your concerns. You can submit your questions as part of the registration process.
Wednesday, February 28, 6:30pm
Etobicoke Collegiate Institute Auditorium
86 Montgomery Rd
As part of Toronto's ongoing work to build on the City's Cycling Network Plan, City Council will be deciding how to prioritize the 2025-2027 bikeway projects to study, build and upgrade. Councillor Stephen Holyday would like to hear your input before these decisions are made.
The consultation will review the City-wide and local Etobicoke Centre specific plans:
The purpose of this meeting is to provide information and gather community feedback on candidate cycling project locations that are being considered for study and installation in 2025-2027. City staff are currently reviewing the locations before advancing a report to Council for approval consideration.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback about local existing cycling infrastructure and projects that are recently installed, underway or planned for installation in 2024.
Residents are invited to review the City's cycling plans online prior to the meeting. A brief summary of local cycling plan information can be found at : Toronto Cycling and at Cycling Network 2025-2027 Public Input
DEADLINE: March 17
Click HERE for more information and to access survey
The Toronto Board of Health is inviting residents to participate in public consultations to help develop a new Strategic Plan to guide Toronto Public Health’s (TPH) work for the next four years. The Strategic Plan will set out key TPH priorities as it maintains and improves the population’s health, reduces inequities and prepares for and responds to health emergencies affecting Toronto’s diverse population.
Participate in the consultation process by completing the Strategic Plan survey by March 17 located on the City’s Strategic Plan website.
Complete Streets Information Session #2
Thursday April 5th; 7 pm - 8 pm
Online; Registration not yet open
Join Councillor Morley and the project team as they answer your questions about the Bloor West Complete Street Project in an online webinar format.
Registration is not yet open for this session. It will be posted here once available.
Note: There will be a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday October 16th [time and location TBD]
Islington Ratepayers & Residents Association is a volunteer run organization that represents the area in Etobicoke bound by:
We are here to help you, the residents within the IRRA boundaries by providing insight and support with issues that are important to you and to our greater community.
Our primary focus is to communicate changes and happenings so you can be knowledgeable and involved in the community.
A Community is only as strong as its members!
Be Informed and Stay Connected.