Are you thinking of resurfacing your driveway or replacing the asphalt and/or paving stones?
In order to do so, you will need to contact Transportation Services at the Scarborough Civic Centre in order to obtain a Paving Permit. You may contact Transportation Services at 416-396-7505 or visit them at Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Drive, 2nd Floor, Scarborough, Ontario.
Electronic Collection Event
Saturday June 4th 2016 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
L’ Amoreuax Community Center
2000 McNicoll Ave
(Northwest Corner McNicoll and Kennedy Rd)
Click here for more details: recyclying event
We are in the Fifth week of the rollout of the new Green Bins to the residents of the Scarborough community, and this is to provide you with a brief update on this implementation.
As of Wednesday May 24, 2016, City of Toronto Staff have delivered new Green Bins to approximately 23,000 customers and have collected approximately 20,300 “old” Green Bins for reuse and recycling. They are still on track to complete the bin deliveries in the Scarborough District as scheduled by September 2016.
Do YOU own property in the City of Toronto?
You’ll be receiving an updated Property Assessment Notice in spring 2016.
Every four years MPAC conducts a province-wide Assessment Update and mails Property Assessment Notices to every property owner in Ontario. In 2016, MPAC will update the assessed values of every property in Ontario, to the legislated valuation date of January 1, 2016.
Attached Transportation Services’ formal notification of the scheduled time for the “2nd Cut” of the 2016 Boulevard Grass Cutting Operation.
The Agincourt Community Services Association Food Bank located at 1911 Kennedy Road, Unit 105, in the ACSA Dorset Park Community Hub, is struggling to provide food hampers adequate to the needs of its clients and requires greater community support in raising donations.
This month Hydro One will be completing vegetation maintenance work along the transmission corridor in our neighbourhood, between McNicoll Avenue and Steeles Avenue.
This work is critical to ensure a safe and reliable supply of power to Toronto Hydro customers and to minimize the risk of power outages. It also allows crews safe access to perform required repairs on our equipment and keeps the corridor safe for public use.
Enbridge GTA Project Update
The construction of the fifty kilometer Enbridge GTA Project has been completed. The area in Ward 39 that was affected was the utility corridor that runs parallel to Pharmacy Avenue south from Steeles Avenue East to Finch Avenue East.
Many of our parks offer great opportunities for large family reunions, big group picnics or outdoor events of all types. Are you looking to have a picnic or outdoor social gathering within a City park? Any gathering over 25 people, or a gathering that requires a designated “picnic” site, like a picnic shelter, must have a permit.
Attached Transportation Services’ formal notification of the scheduled time for the “1st Cut” of the 2016 Boulevard Grass Cutting Operation.
Please view in pdf form click here: 1st cut