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Heritage Surveys & Community Engagement Event
Heritage Preservation Services | October 4, 2018

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From Issue No. 271 | October 8, 2018

City Planning is undertaking a Feasibility Study on developing a city-wide heritage survey and is exploring how best to engage residents in order to enrich our understanding of the City’s evolving history and character. Join Heritage Preservation Services staff and Toronto’s Community Preservation Panels to share ideas on how to broaden engagement by bringing new voices into the planning process.

Guest Speaker: 

Janet Hansen, Deputy Manager of the City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources, and manager of the multi-year SurveyLA project, the largest citywide survey ever completed in an American city.

Engage, Involve, and Partner: Lessons in Community Engagement from SurveyLA, the City-Wide Heritage Survey of Los Angeles

Panel Discussion:

Panelists will briefly interact with the presentation and spark a Q&A to follow.

  • Matti Siemiatycki, Interim Director, School of Cities, University of Toronto
  • Allison Bain, Executive Director, Heritage Toronto
  • Nadira Pattison, Manager, Arts Services, City of Toronto

Presented by the City of Toronto, City Planning Division and Community Preservation Panels of Toronto Promoting partner: Heritage Toronto

October 15, 2018 —

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

North York Civic Centre, Council Chambers, 5100 Yonge Street

Free and open to the public


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