Phase Two – Spring 2017 Consultations
Upcoming Public Consultation Meeting
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Toronto City Hall
Workshops, presentations, and discussions on:
Official welcome with presentation
Drop-in on the following workshops and discussions
How decisions are made
- What processes, strategies or timing of decisions would improve the City's long-term and financial planning?
- How can we better use the governance structures, processes and powers we already have?
- What governance structures, processes and powers are missing? What would improve the City's long-term decision-making?
Financial and other decision-making information
- What information and data would help you give better input to the City?
- What information and data would help Council make better decisions?
- How can the City support your participation in long-term planning and decision-making that has a financial impact?
- How can the City balance both its priorities and its books?
Your Best Idea
- Come and pitch us one thing the City could do to improve how it makes decisions and ensures it has the financial plan to implement them.
Directions to City Hall
For Location, Accessibility, Hours, Public Transit, Map see website.
Parking at City Hall
Underground paid parking lot operated by Toronto Parking Authority - (entrances on Bay and Queen).
Phase One – Fall 2016 Consultations – Expenditures, Revenues, And Assets
November 9-20, 2016: online survey to gather public input on what the City should consider as it makes decisions about long-term financial sustainability. Residents were encouraged to share their thoughts on the City’s current financial health and the guiding principles behind the City’s long-term financial decisions.November Survey Results
December 5-23, 2016: online survey to gather public input from residents of Toronto on long-term financial options and strategies related to expenditure, revenue and assets. Residents were encouraged to provide input and advice on the long-term financial planning needed to ensure the City of Toronto runs well, spends public money wisely and delivers the programs and services residents need and want over the long term.
December 5, 6, 7, and 8, 2016: in-person public meetings and online webcasts were held in Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough and downtown Toronto. Following an open house and presentation by the City Manager, residents discussed and shared input and advice on the long-term financial plan through live discussions with fellow residents, table facilitators, and subject matter experts from the City of Toronto.City Manager's Presentation (webcast recording)
December Survey and Meeting Results
Phase One Open Data Tables