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Area: north of Kingston Road, west of Morningside Rd.  south of Morningside Park, east of Galloway Road


Watermain Replacement Updates:
Rodda Boulevard from Lawrence Avenue East to Westcroft Drive
I am happy to confirm all watermain contract work on Rodda Boulevard is now complete. The contractor will be addressing sod deficiencies in Spring 2022. Full details of this project can be reviewed in this construction notice.

Livingston Road North, Greenvale Terrace, and Kingston Road from Greenvale Terrace to Celeste Drive
I am happy to confirm all watermain contract work, including deficiencies, on Greenvale Terrace and Livingston Road North is now complete. Some remaining pavement line marking on Kingston Road will be completed in Spring 2022. Full details of this project can be reviewed in this construction notice.

Danzig Street from Poplar Road to Kitchener Road
I am happy to confirm all watermain contract work on Danzig Street is now complete. The contractor will be addressing sod deficiencies in Spring 2022. For more details please review the construction notice. 

Kingston Road Planning Framework Review
City Planning staff are undertaking a Planning Study, the Kingston Road Planning Framework Review, associated with the proposed development at 4121 Kingston Road and are currently forming a Local Advisory Committee (LAC) with residents, community organizations and businesses. The LAC will provide feedback, guidance and advice to the City Project Management Team at key points during the process of the Kingston Rd Planning Framework Review. I would like to thank all those who reached out to join the LAC, city staff are finalizing the group and will provide updates as soon as more information is available.

4121 Kingston Road Residential Development
A site plan application has been submitted to the Scarborough Planning Office and is under review by City staff.  The developer has proposed four residential buildings ranging from 10 to 35 storeys with commercial space at grade level. The proposal includes a mix of residential units and townhouses totalling 996-unit types, with 533 parking spaces. A virtual community consultation meeting on this development application took place on November 16, 2021.

All documentation/information and City planner contact can be found here.  If would like further information please contact the assigned City Senior Planner, Francis Kwashie, Francis.Kwashie@toronto.ca

Eastview Park Playground Improvements
The City is planning improvements to the playground at Eastview Park. These improvements are part of an ongoing city-wide program to ensure our playgrounds provide safe and accessible fun for many years to come! The project is currently in the design phase with construction scheduled to start in Spring 2022. The playground reopening is anticipated for late Summer 2022. Learn more about the project online here.

Welcome T.O. Winter 

I encourage everyone to review the City’s Winter Services which is available online here. Track real-time locations of plows, sidewalk plows and salt trucks and identify which roads have been serviced by winter snow clearing vehicles and crews using the City’s PlowTO Map. Remember contacting 311 is the most efficient way to ensure the City is aware of any


 

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