Have you noticed a malfunctioning street light?
The number to call to report a street light problem is 416-542-3195. When reporting you will be asked to provide the pole number (should be on the pole), the address of the property that it is on and nearest main intersections.
Get a Free Tree in Front of Your Home!
Urban Forestry Services plants trees on City owned street allowances fronting residential properties for free. For more information download The City’s residential street tree planting brochure or call (416) 338-TREE (8733). For an additional fee residents can order a larger tree. The City will provide advice on tree choice. Even if you have a mature tree on your front lawn, The City suggest that residents order a young tree that can get growing so it will make a nice, full replacement tree if something happens to the older tree.
Interested in a tree for your backyard?
Contact LEAF (Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests) which is a local non-profit group dedicated to improving Toronto’s urban forest. They offer Toronto residents subsidized backyard tree planting.
The service includes on-site advice on appropriate species and planting location, a 1.2 to 1.8m tall native tree, and the planting service. Native shrubs are also available.
Contact LEAF at 416-413-9244 or on the web at http://www.leaftoronto.org/