Learn about the City's proposed zoning approach and licensing strategy for multi-tenant (rooming) houses and share your thoughts.
The zoning involves setting up five pilots areas where there is a concentration of multi-tenant houses that are not currently permitted. The licensing strategy includes new requirements to protect tenants and mitigate impacts on the neighbourhood.
The consultation sessions will seek input on things like:
how multi-tenant houses should be zoned for
maximum number of rooms allowed in a multi-tenant home
what requirements multi-tenant operators should have in place (site plan, waste management, parking, maintenance, etc)
Public consultation meetings are being held in the five temporary zoning pilot areas listed above. The meetings will provide information about the proposed zoning approach and licensing changes, as well as an opportunity for community dialogue and public feedback.
All meetings are from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 6
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, Room HW305
1265 Military Trail, Scarborough
Wednesday, June 7
James Cardinal McGuigan Secondary, Cafeteria
1440 Finch Ave W, North York
Monday, June 12
Oriole Community Centre, Multipurpose Room B
2975 Don Mills Rd, North York
Tuesday, June 13
Stephen Leacock Community Centre
2520 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough
Thursday, June 15
Elmbank Community Centre, Gym
10 Rampart Road, Toronto
Wednesday, June 21
L'Amoreaux Community Centre, Main Floor
2000 McNicoll Ave, Scarborough
For more information about the review process and to complete the online public survey, please click here.