Parks, Forestry and Recreation

The Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division ensures that people in the diverse communities of Toronto have full and equitable access to high-calibre, locally responsive recreation programs, efficiently operated facilities, and safe, clean and beautiful parks, open spaces, ravines and forests.

The Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division is responsible for the development and delivery of recreation programs to all ages; facility management and maintenance; community development, parks, horticulture and forestry programs, park and open space planning and the operation of specialized services, including the ferries, golf courses, waterfront and regional parks systems.

Voting Results

Comments from participants:

Prioritize funding in low-income communities and communities of colour. People with huge backyards don't need more parks or golf courses.

The importance of Parks, Forestry & Recreation cannot be overstated. This is the visible evidence that the society living in this City cares about how it lives.

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