For anything related to rental housing, social services or moving to Toronto, please go to the Moving To Toronto Canada, main page., or city recreation, parks, gardens, camping, community centres and events click on Toronto events and attractions.
City of Toronto Government and City CouncilCity of Toronto, City Hall main page, or call them at Access Toronto 416-338-0338
David Miller, Mayor of Toronto, Telephone: 416-397-2489, FAX: 416-696-3687, E-mail: email@example.com
Enter your address to find your City Ward and City Councillors
How to contact your City of Toronto Mayor and City Councillors
Mayor of Toronto Mayor, David Miller's and City Councillors' office expenses and politician's salaries
City Council meeting schedules
City of Toronto Auditor General's financial reports
City of Toronto Fraud & Waste Hotline, how to report waste and frauds at the City of Toronto
City of Toronto, Office of the Ombudsman, phone 416-392-7062
Toronto City politicians and candidates financial statements, including all election campaign contributors over $100
City lobbyist registry, click on "Search the Registry" to the right to find out who is lobbying the City of Toronto and about what
City of Toronto Information, Jobs & By-lawsCity of Toronto Neighbourhood profiles and demographics for the city and by ward
City of Toronto, Municipal Code
City of Toronto Bylaws, Frequently Asked Questions
City of Toronto Key Facts, information on communities, populations, economics, attractions and more
City of Toronto Jobs
City of Toronto ServicesChildren's Services
Toronto Childcare Finder
Toronto Seniors Services
Toronto Social Services, benefits and services
Toronto apartment heat bylaw. If your heat is not maintained at least at 21 degrees Celsius from September 15 to June 1, first complain to your landlord, then you can call the City of Toronto, either your City Councillor or a bylaw inspector, regarding apartment heat by calling 416-338-0338
Toronto Snow line 416-392-7768. Snow must be removed within 12 hours of a snowfall ending or face a $105 fine, under by-law 530-1999. You can call that number for various reasons including to report those who don't clear their snow, and if you are a senior or disabled contact the city and they'll clear your city sidewalk for you.
If you landlord won't do necessary repairs, call the City of Toronto, Municipal Licensing and Standards Department, to have a
building inspector sent out. Here is the Frequently Asked Questions and their answers
on this topic provided by the city's Municipal Licensing Services Division. The numbers to call for Toronto tenants(depending on your area) are:
When on the subway, see the ticket collector in the booth, at any subway station, to get your free TTC Ride Guide, a great free map of Toronto and of the whole transit system.TTC, Toronto Transit Commission, or 416-393-4636 (INFO), for routes and bus schedule information 24 hours, 7 days a week
WheelTrans, the TTC's disabled transit system, 416-393-4111 weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., general information and to register for the service
Toronto subway map & stops
TTC Bus Routes & Schedules
TTC Airport service
TTC Holiday Service
TTC Next Bus Schedule, transit GPS system locates your next bus
Toronto PATH system map, downtown underground city map
Toronto Cycling Map, Toronto Bicycle paths
Toronto Map, from Mapquest
Toronto City Maps, from Yahoo
Toronto Map, from Google
To report street pothole problems, call 416-599-9090, and then enter #164Toronto Trip info, 416-599-9090 is Toronto's traveller information phone line providing live traffic information
Toronto Snow Clearing Snitch line 416-392-7768. Snow must be removed within 12 hours of a snowfall ending or face a $105 fine, under by-law 530-1999, but if you are a senior or disabled, you can contact the city and they'll clear your sidewalk for you by calling 416-392-7768.Toronto Parking Authority & Maps, city-run parking lots
Toronto anti-idling bylaw, you can not idle your motor vehicle for more that 3 minutes in any 60 minute period
Greater Toronto Area Highway map
Toronto RESCU live traffic cameras look through one of 47 traffic cameras on the Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.
Single Family Garbage Pick-up calendars, for renters in houses and basement apartments.
Multi-unit Residential Garbage Collection information for apartments and condomiums.
Toronto Household Hazardous Waste, for proper disposal of hazardous waste such as batteries, fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps (as they contain mercury,) pharmaceuticals, paints, solvents, pesticides, etc..
Toronto Litter Hotline 416-392-5326 (416-39clean)