Aerial image of the Jane-Finch area.
We want to hear from you
City Council requested staff to commence a collaborative community planning and associated resident, stakeholder and indigenous engagement process in the Jane-Finch area at its meeting on June 29th, 2020. Now its time to get to work creating a Community Development Plan and Land Use Planning Framework that integrates people- and place-focused initiatives. The Jane-Finch Initiative is about planning for the future of the area and how best to leverage the investment in light rail transit (LRT) for the benefit of local communities. Help shape the future of your neighbourhood by sharing your ideas.
We want to hear your thoughts on what makes the Jane-Finch community special to you, how you would like to be engaged and what your vision is for the future of the Jane-Finch area.
Provide your comments and share your Jane-Finch story on this page.
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Learn More and Have Your Say
The Jane-Finch Initiative will be carried out in 3 phases, which are outlined broadly on the right.
In Phase 1, staff will take stock of existing conditions in the Jane-Finch community and we will need to understand what you see as issues and opportunities to be addressed in the planning process. Below you’ll find various ways you can engage and information boards on the project’s Social Pinpoint page. You’ll be able to drag a pin to comment directly on the content, tell us about the spaces you value most in the community and share your ideas for the future.
Project Initiation: June 2020
Phase 1: Taking Stock and Analysis
Phase 2: Developing Options
Phase 3: Towards Implementation
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Have an idea for the future of Jane-Finch? Share your vision.
Imagine that you area in Jane-Finch as you think it should be in 5, 10 or even 25 years in the future. What do you see? How are people moving? How do you imagine parks and public spaces? What do buildings look like? Where do people meet each other? Where do people go for education and recreation? Where do people get help and supports? What do we need to do to create social cohesion and provide economic opportunities for everyone? Tell us your ideas below.
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Notice of Collection
The City of Toronto collects personal information on this form to give you additional information about the Jane Finch Initiative. The information is collected under the legal authority of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.13., s. 17 as well as the Official Plan for the City of Toronto, s. 5.5.1 (b) and s. 5.5.1 (c)(ii), as implemented by By-Law 1082-2002 and amended by By-Law 1038-2008. Questions about this collection can be directed to the Project Manager, Strategic Initiatives, City Planning, Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 22nd Floor, Toronto Ontario, M5V 3C6 or by telephone at 416-397-4629.