The Kew Gardens Streetscaping Public Workshop was held at the Beaches Rec. Centre on March 18th. Residents from across the neighbourhood shared their ideas for the north end of the park and the stretch of Queen Street East immediately adjacent. Attached is a visual and written summary of the Workshop prepared by PLANT Architects.
Take a look at the Summary HERE.
Just in time to close out the summer, the renovations to Norwood Park are complete.
Check out the newly paved walkways and benches around the park.
Have a seat on the new benches by the shaded sandboxes.
As a result of the work planned on Kingston Road this summer, a new parkette at the corner of Kingston Road and Dundas will be constructed. The corner will be redesigned to be safer for pedestrians, driver and cyclists and new seating and green space will be installed. A public meeting was held last fall with local residents, the Councillor and planning staff.
Please let us know what you think!
Councillor McMahon is a huge supporter of Toronto’s ravines.
On June 16th Ride the Ravine is your best chance to explore Toronto’s hidden valley system and to raise money for a great organization. This year it will pass right through Ward 32, including Ashbridges Park, Kew Park, and then head right up Main Street.
To find our more information check out RIDE THE RAVINES.
Councillor McMahon was proud to support the Parks Plan 2013-2017 which lays out the vision for Toronto’s Parks. Take a look and send us your thoughts on the Plan.