The Kew Gardens Working Group has worked with PLANT Architects to develop the interface between the park and Queen Street East.
Take a look at the draft plans and please join us at the upcoming public opn house to view the plans and share your thoughts.
Balmy Beach Club
Monday June 16th 2014
Sidewalk repairs have begun on Queen Street East.
Some store owners felt that the City’s notices which were distributed a few weeks ago were not sufficient. I have created a more informative notice and will be delivering them to business on Queen Street East this week.
Please feel free to contact my office if you have any questions.
Now that the snow has melted its time to get outside and clean out neighbourhoods.
Here are some clean-ups taking place in Ward 32 this spring.
Pegasus Annual Clean Up Friday, April 25, 10:30am – Noon
Gerrard India Bazaar Clean Up Saturday, April 26, 8:00am – Noon
Merrill Bridge Dog Park Spring Park & Ravine Clean-up Saturday, April 26th starting at 9:30am
Rhodes Avenue Clean Up Day Saturday, April 26, 9:45am – Noon (rain date Sunday, April 27)
Beach Hill Neighbourhood Association’s 2nd Annual Spring Clean-Up Sunday, April 27th, 11am – 2pm
Danforth Village Residents’ Association Community Clean-up Day
Sunday, April 27th at 11:00am
Due to a TTC construction project, the Queen and Leslie intersection will be closed from May 11- June 21.
This closure is required for underground utility upgrades and the installation of the new streetcar tracks and infrastructure in the intersection.
This project will unfortunately require that streetcars and buses be diverted for the duration of the intersection closure.
The detour on the 501 Queen streetcar will take approximately 12 minutes more each way. The frequency of the 501 Queen streetcar will essentially be unchanged, with service continuing to be scheduled every 5-7 minutes throughout the day, and every 9-10 minutes in the evenings. The replacement bus service along Queen Street will be scheduled at about the same as the streetcar, every 5-7 minutes during the day and every 8-10 minutes in the evenings.
The detour can be viewed below:
For more information, please view the pdf version of this notice: Leslieville TTC Project
Have a great day!