The City of Toronto - Parks Forestry and Recreation division will be hosting a public meeting to discuss the progress of the Lower Don Trail – Master Plan Refresh on Tuesday, September 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Regent Park Community Centre, Banquet Hall, 402 Shuter Street. Learn more here

The Lower Don Trail Master Plan Refresh provides an update on the Lower Don Trail Master Plan (2013). The Plan is funded by the City of Toronto, and being carried out in partnership with Evergreen and project consultants DTAH. The purpose of the refresh is to build on its predecessor by;

- Expanding existing principles into a larger study area, encompassing all natural/ravine land between Corktown Commons to the junction of the Don River in ET Seton Park

- Coordinating with relevant City plans, City strategies and new development proposals that are next to or may have an influence on the study area

- Recognizing and celebrating recently completed work, including but not limited to Phase 1 improvement works

- Charting upcoming and approved projects, including ‘Phase 2’ improvement works

- Building a list of actions, categorized into Short, Mid and Long-Term project considerations

- Developing new strategies for users to better engage with the trail network and ravine system

Update: Public Meeting materials, including the presentation and panels, are now available online here

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