City starts community centre consultations Sept. 22

A City of Toronto video invites you to get involved in planning the new Wabash Community Centre at Sorauren Park

After a COVID delay the City of Toronto with its consultants and architects is starting community consultations for the new Wabash Community Centre at Sorauren Park.

The first event is a Virtual Town Hall on September 22 from 7 to 8 pm. Virtual small group discussions follow on September 28, and an online survey will run from September 14 to October 5. All details including registration information is posted on the City’s project page. Look under “Get Involved.”

The City’s consultations follow community-led consultations conducted by the Friends of Sorauren Park and shared with the City. FOSP is also supporting the City consultations and will take part. Community organizations are also invited to apply to join a Community Resource Group, a stakeholders’ circle. Guidelines are available on the City’s website.

Participants in the September 22 Virtual Town Hall will be able to join via online video or by phoning in. The Small Group Discussions on September 28 will take place at different times in the evening and require pre-registration.

FOSP will promote links to the City’s online survey once it is posted.

You can also subscribe to project updates issued by the City.

Follow FOSP’s @SoraurenPark social media channels on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates. You can also subscribe to FOSP’s Sorauren Park News monthly newsletter.

Through this process, the architects, Diamond Schmitt Architects, will advance two or three design options for community consideration.

This is an exciting time for the community and the park. Have your say!

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