The City of Toronto is hosting a meeting, Tuesday, April 2, 2013 - 6:30 to 9 p.m. at St. Paul’s Church, Cody Hall, 227 Bloor St. E., to discuss the Lower Don Trail Accessibility, Environment and Art Master Plan – a project currently being led by DTAH.
The intensification and development of new communities in the Lower Don Valley neighbourhoods will bring an estimated 80,000 new residents into the core of the city. These new residents will significantly increase the demands put on the Lower Don River valley lands as a place to recreate, commute and explore.
In anticipation of this increased use, Parks Forestry & Recreation, in partnership with Transportation Infrastructure Management and Toronto and Region Conservation, have been undertaking a master planning exercise that will examine accessibility, environmental protection and opportunities for the incorporation of public art on these lands. The master plan is intended to integrate and build on other current studies, planning initiatives, and consultations in the study area.