If you lived in a major Canadian city like Ottawa or Montreal you would have your sidewalks cleared by city equipment after a snowfall, regardless of your neighborhood. However, here in Toronto, that is not the case.Read More The Issue
In the Winter of 2018/19, there was a large outcry from residents who are fed-up with the City’s unfair snow clearing policies, and don’t think it’s fair they have to walk on unsafe sidewalks while others do not.Read More PUBLIC OUTCRY:
Despite the Mayor promising attention to the issue last year, the City’s Transportation Department is now ignoring its own report and is recommending a very small pilot of sidewalk clearing rather than addressing the issue once and for all.Read More WHERE IS MAYOR TORY?
We cannot let another year of inaction go by on this issue. 80% of the city should not enjoy a service, that 20% does not. Help us say enough is enough. Click below to send a letter to Mayor Tory and the Councillors representing the 20% of wards without snow clearing. Tell them the time […]Read More HELP US – TAKE ACTION NOW
Use the form below to send a letter to Mayor Tory and the Councillors representing the 20% of wards without snow clearing. Help us tell them enough is enough.Read More EMAIL THE CITY
Snow clearing has become a contentious issue across the City of Toronto. Click on the links below to learn more: ‘I want every resident to have a safe and accessible city’: Josh Matlow wants the City to clear all sidewalks. CBC Metro Morning. November 13, 2019. The snow is here and some downtown residents say […]Read More In the News
Are you over the age of 65? The City of Toronto offers snow clearing for seniors and those living with physical disabilities. Fill in the form below and submit along with required documentation (proof of age, proof of disability, etc). For any additional information, please visit this website or contact the Toronto and East York District […]Read More SNOW CLEARING FOR SENIORS
Curious to see who gets sidewalk plowing and who doest? To see the entire City of Toronto plan, click here.Read More Service Map
This initiative is brought to you by members of the Deer Park Residents Group (DPRG). For more information about the DPRG, visit: https://deerparkresidents.ca For any questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More Have a Question?