York Quay Neighbourhood Association covers Toronto’s iconic Central Waterfront, with members in every building. YQNA is actively engaged in what shapes our neighbourhood – traffic, transit, planning, cultural and social events, policing, environment, noise, businesses, and the great urban renewal transforming Queens Quay. YQNA welcomes all residents to participate, share their ideas and enjoy our events.
City of Toronto Public Consultations
You are invited to attend the City of Toronto’s public consultations on the following topics:
1. Temporary Signs By-law Review
The review aims to modernize the by-law and make it easier for the public to understand the rules governing temporary signs, such as A-frame signs, garage sale signs, mobile signs, new development signs, open house signs and real estate signs. In addition, the review is considering regulations to permit temporary signs that display messages of public interest and construction-related signs on private property.
July 22, 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, Second Floor, Committee Room #3
More information: www.toronto.ca/signsreview
2. Property Standards and Building Maintenance
This will include a review of the Property Standards By-law, and issues related to apartment building standards, indoor temperatures, rat mitigation, and odour.
July 24, 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Metro Hall, Room 308/309
More information: www.toronto.ca/propertystandardsreview
3. Payday Loan Establishments
Payday loans are short-term, unsecured, small-dollar loans, but they are an expensive way to borrow money. The City of Toronto is reviewing the licensing and cap of payday loan establishments in the city of Toronto, and wants to hear from you.
July 25, 6 to 8 p.m. at North York Civic Centre, Members Lounge
More information: www.toronto.ca/paydayloanreview
Feedback from these consultations will be used to inform reports to City Council expected at the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020.