Take Your Seat in City Hall

Toronto is preparing for the future. We need your ideas to shape the city we want, and the long-term plan to pay for it. Bring your passion for your city to:

Debate how the City can balance both its books and its long-term priorities
Collaborate with community organizations, other members of the public and the City
Create a financial path that brings us closer to the city we want

Upcoming Consultation

Workshops, presentations, and discussions on:
Location:
City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
Open House:
Consultation Sessions:
1 to 5 p.m.

(Webcast of the consultation will be available)

Online survey open from April 22 to May 14 NOW OPEN

Join us on April 22, 2017

We're inviting Toronto to City Hall for a conversation about how the City makes decisions and sets priorities that have a long-term financial impact.

We want the public's input on these important issues as we develop our financial plan – which will guide our financial decision-making over the long term, and put Toronto on a path to financial sustainability and build the city we all want.


Participate in the public consultations

We need to ask ourselves what kind of city we want and we need a plan to fund that long-term vision.

The City of Toronto is renewing its Long-Term Financial Plan – a roadmap for how the City will make investments in the future. We want the public's input on this important issue so we can build the city we all want.

City Council has adopted economic, social, and environmental strategies that can lead Toronto forward. A Long-Term Financial Plan with well-articulated aspirations, clear priorities, multi-year spending and revenue targets, and effective planning processes can help Council realize that vision.

This website features information on the City of Toronto’s financial challenges and the options we are considering to help us achieve long-term financial sustainability.

The findings from the public consultation process will provide input and advice for Council and the City Manager as we develop the City's Long-Term Financial Plan and help give Toronto the roadmap it needs to achieve our aspirations and goals.

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