Rockcliffe -Smythe Community

~ a growing and changing community (meetings/online survey)



The City of Toronto is conducting a public consultation on the development of its Long-Term Financial Plan, which will guide the City’s financial decision-making over the long term, and put Toronto on a path to financial sustainability.  

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 expenditure and revenue targets, and effective planning will help us realize that vision.
The City is asking for the public’s input on developing that plan and tackling some challenging questions about how the City can manage expenses, raise revenue and make the most of our assets in order to build the city we want, and keep Toronto strong.
Participate online: Learn, Connect and Input

  • Learn more and complete a survey at
  • Connect on Twitter: @TorontoComms and Facebook:
  • Spread the word using #InvestingInTO
  • Downloadable materials for residents and groups wanting to organize their own conversations about investing in Toronto’s future and the City’s Long-Term Financial Plan will be available in December.


Attend a public meeting: Learn more, speak to City staff, discuss with other residents and give your input.


Monday, December 5

Etobicoke Olympium

590 Rathburn Rd., Etobicoke


Tuesday, December 6

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto

5183 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough

Wednesday, December 7

Mitchell Field Community Centre

89 Church Ave., North York

Thursday, December 8

Toronto Reference Library, Epic Hall

789 Yonge St., Downtown


A second round of public meetings will also be held in early 2017.


Submit your Feedback

All Torontonians – whether they attend a public meeting or not – are encouraged to complete the online survey starting December 5 and submit their input by Friday, December 23, 2016.


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