City of Toronto storm response review public consultation

The City of Toronto is conducting a review of the city’s emergency response to to the July 8 storm and December ice storm and they are looking for public input.

In January, Council asked the City Manager to review the city’s emergency response following the ice storm and come up with recommendations on how the city can improve its response to future extreme weather events.

Residents are invited to tell the city what worked well in their neighbourhoods, what needs improving and how the city can support residents in future weather emergencies. Residents can give feedback at four public consultation sessions across the city and online at from May 9-30.

Public Consultation Sessions:


Date: Tuesday, May 13

Time: 6 to 9 p.m.

Location: Toronto City Hall Rotunda, (100 Queen St. W.)

North York

Date: Wednesday, May 14

Time: 6 to 9 p.m.

Location: North York Civic Centre, 5110 Yonge St.

The City Manager will report back to the Executive Committee  in July on the outcomes of this and Toronto Hydro’s storm reviews. For more information, please visit

Please note:  The city’s review is separate and distinct from the review process that has been initiated by Toronto Hydro.


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