Email Your Councillor & the Mayor

Fill out the form on the left and one of the following emails will be sent to the Mayor and your City Councillor. Due to this conditional logic, you are unable to see the email dialogue box or edit the email.

IF your City Councillor has publically declared their support for yongeTOmorrow, they will receive the following email:

Dear [recipient position will go here] [recipient name will go here],

I am writing today to affirm my support for the staff recommendations in item IE19.11 yongeTOmorrow and wanted to thank you for supporting them as well!

As you know, yongeTOmorrow is our once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform Yonge Street into a world-class, 21st-century urban destination that supports critical public health objectives - for a world with COVID-19 and beyond.

Downtown Yonge Street is a neighbourhood’s backyard and a country’s Main street. yongeTOmorrow needs to cater to both. This proposal addresses the hyper-local needs of a community, while also strengthening the long term economic development and success of the whole city.

Your support of this vision is bold and appreciated!

Sincerely,
[your name will go here]
[your location will go here]

IF your City Councillor has not publically declared their support for yongeTOmorrow, they will receive the following email:

Dear [recipient position will go here] [recipient name will go here],

I am writing today to affirm my support for the staff recommendations in item IE19.11 yongeTOmorrow - Municipal Class Environmental Assessment on Yonge Street from Queen Street to College/Carlton Street.

The City of Toronto is mandated to replace a failing water main that is over 100 years old and buried directed under downtown Yonge Street. This will require major construction and disruption in the area. What is being decided today is how we decide to put the road back together.

yongeTOmorrow is our once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform Yonge Street into a world-class, 21st-century urban destination that supports critical public health objectives - for a world with COVID-19 and beyond. yongeTOmorrow proposes a full and flexible redesign of the street from College St, south to Queen St, where sidewalks will be expanded, vehicle lanes modified, restaurant patios extended and street furniture and streetscape elements added.

Lined with brand destination retailers, restaurants, music venues, theatres, the Eaton Centre, and Yonge Dundas Square, yongeTOmorrow is our chance to bring one of Toronto’s most historic and culturally important streets back onto the world stage. In the wake of the successful ActiveTO and CafeTO initiatives, this is the moment to mobilize huge public support and think boldly about the future of this iconic city street. This is the time for Yonge TOmorrow.

Downtown Yonge Street is a neighbourhood’s backyard and a country’s Main street. yongeTomorrow needs to cater to both. This proposal addresses the hyper-local needs of a community, while also strengthening the long term economic development and success of the whole city.

I urge you to support this once in a lifetime opportunity to amplify Yonge Street’s prominence as a vibrant, pedestrian-prioritized, globally-significant and flexible destination street.

Sincerely,
[your name will go here]
[your location will go here]

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