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Download Maria Augimeri’s Tenant Survival Guide By Clicking Below. Lots of great tips and help related to tenant living in Toronto. [PDF]

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Your golden years can be challenging. Download my Senior Info Guide here for some great tips. [PDF]

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Humber River Regional Hospital (HRRH)

Councillor Augimeri welcomes plans for the Humber River Regional Hospital in her ward. Designed to be a state-of-the-art facility, the new HRRH will provide the residents of Ward 9 and surrounding areas, with highest level of care and improved quality of life.

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Latest Updates


June Update – New park opens this Sunday, new community office +more

6.05.2015

This Sunday, A New Park in Downsview Opens!
The City of Toronto has successfully come to an agreement to allow the opening of Ridge Park. You’re invited to attend the ceremony. Additionally, I will be also dedicating the adjacent bocce court park.

Sunday, June 7
2:30 pm
Ridge Park MAP

Come Visit My New Community Office
I have moved to a new space to serve you better. Click here for a map and hours.

Belmark Park Splash Pad Now Open
Enjoy sunny days this summer in Belmar Park’s new splash pad, now open! Click here for pics and a map.

Downsview Tool Library Now Open
Get your build on! Downsview Public Library now features a Tool Library where you can take out tools as you need them. More info here.

Hospital Parking
Our brand new Hospital is set to open in October. It is a fantastic asset for our community, however its opening may generate localized parking issues. To get ahead if it, I have been holding multiple meetings to work on changes to help the transition. See here and here.

Cleaning Up Wilson Avenue
With a team of key staff and a representative of the new @WilsonAveBIA, I walked Wilson Avenue to audit outstanding by-law violations. Noted violations result in notices sent to owners/operators and/or fines if compliance is not met. Keeping our streets clean and beautiful is everyone’s responsibility. If you see a violation, contact 3-1-1. Click here for a few pics.

Congrats TO Grandravine Ladies Bocce Winners
The Grandravine Ladies Fitness Club members held their annual Bocce Tournament. Click here for some pics of the fun day.

Congratulations to Giuliana Carbone, former student of St. Raphael in Downsview
Giuliana Carbone, former student of St. Raphael, is Toronto’s newest Deputy City Manager. This is the second highest public-sector position in the city. I am confident she will do a great job, and she is further proof that Downsview breeds success.

Keep an Eye Out for Gypsy Moth Nests
It is the season that Gypsy Moth Larvae invade trees. You can identify them by the silk nest they create on branches. They are destructive and can spread quickly. The City of Toronto offers many ways to help deal with these pests and others including tree replacement. Click here for more info.

Tips and Tricks to avoid Ticks
There has been a lot of coverage about ticks lately. Ticks can but not always carry Lyme disease which is a debilitating neurological disorder that can be life-changing. The best protection is knowledge and preventative action. Please read here for more info on ticks in Toronto.

Finch Lane Closures
Due to the new transit improvements for the area, Finch will be experiencing lane restrictions until Friday June 26, 2015 Finch Avenue West will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Tangiers Road and Romfield Lane in order to reinstate Finch Avenue West to its permanent alignment. More info here.

Finch West Rail Back on Track
Some of you may have seen the video I created to showcase what Finch Avenue transit riders experience each and every day. In case you missed it, the Province re-confirmed that the Finch Rapid Rail project is back on track. This will create a rapid transit service from Keele/Finch subway station all the way to Humber College, all without reducing any car traffic. The project is set to start next year and be completed by 2021. Read more here.

Summer Events at Black Creek
Click here for some summer events at Black Creek Pioneer Village.

Help FEAT for Children
FEAT for Children supports the needs of the over 20000 children in the Greater Toronto Area that have had a parent in the criminal justice system. Every child needs to feel loved, safe, and secure. FEAT is dedicated to helping these innocent victims in their feat to rise above adversity. Please read more about how you can help here.


Spring Update – Sneak Peak our New EMS station, Let’s clean our community, & more..

4.02.2015

Let’s Clean Downsview Together This Spring!
On Saturday, April 18 join us and do your part to keep our community clean and green. Email me at Councillor_Augimeri@toronto.ca and bring your neighbours out to help for our community cleanup day. Read more…


February Update – Family Day Skating Party + more..

2.12.2015

Family Day Skating Party This Sunday
Make the best of the cold weather and come skate with me!

Sunday, February 15
3:15 – 5:15pm
Grandravine Community Centre
23 Grandravine Drive

Snacks and Hot Chocolate Provided
Please bring your own skates!

Downsview’s New Years Levee Photos
Downsview held its first New Year’s Levee last month. Hundreds attended, it was a great success. Check out the photos here. Read more…


December Update – Happy Holidays, Free Turkeys, Snow Removal + more

12.18.2014

Snow Removal – Everything You Need to Know
Even before the snow starts to fall, Toronto’s winter maintenance crews swing into action and they work continuously until the storm is over, and snow is cleared. Still, here are some things to know to help make things go smoother, or if your area is missed or not done properly.

VIDEO ON WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WINTER Read more…


July e-blast – Downsview Video Highlights, Memorial, 120 Calvington Improves & more

7.31.2014

Downsview Highlights Video

Click to see what’s happening in Downsview. Read more…


June Update – Help Your Neighbour in Need, Tax Clinics, Sharon Alford on Set Downsview Free + More

6.28.2014

Help Nicole Pampena
Your neighbour, Nicole needs your help. Her family is going through an uphill battle.

Little Nicole is 19 years old, weighs 49 pounds and suffers from Cerebral Dysgenesis (Cerebral Palsy). Her father is blind and her mother has terminal liver cancer. Nicole needs round the clock nursing care in order to survive. Read more…


Spring News – Get a Free Set Downsview Free Lawn Sign, Ephraim’s Place Renovation, New Keele+Wilson Road + More

5.21.2014

Get a Free Set Downsview Free Lawn Sign
Many of your neighbours already have taken a Set Downsview Free lawn sign. Click here to order one.

That’s right. You can show your support for the Set Downsview Free campaign by having a sign on your lawn. Our second batch of signs is arriving soon. Read more…


March News – Meet Your New TTC Chair, Maria Augimeri + More

3.27.2014

Meet Your New TTC Chair
It is my pleasure to re-introduce myself to you as the new Chair of the City of Toronto’s Toronto Transit Commission.

I am thrilled that a majority of City Council has confidence in my abilities to run an organization that is tasked with getting 2.6 million people moving across our city every day.

In addition to being the Chair of the TTC, I continue to be your Councillor. The Chair position is a responsibility added to the already important work I will continue to do for you. I do not receive extra pay for the added duties. It is a labour of love and I pledge to serve you dutifully as my constituents and as TTC riders. Read More Here

Related News Stories
The Star – Meet the new TTC chair: Maria Augimeri
National Post – Councillor Maria Augimeri to replace Karen Stintz as TTC chair
The Star – Maria Augimeri picked to chair TTC
Toronto Life – Say hello to Maria Augimeri, your new TTC chair
CBC News – Maria Augimeri wants ‘serious talk’ on transit operations
North York Mirror – Council selects Maria Augimeri as new chair of the TTC
Downsview Advocate – Downsview Councillor Maria Augimeri Wins Top Spot at TTC

Community Excited About New Anthony Road Park
On March 18, the Anthony Road Community packed an open house session to view preliminary designs of the new Anthony Road Park which will contain new landscaping, a mini soccer field, a splash pad, playground amenities and more. They say it couldn’t be done, but we saved it from developers and are now building a park for you to enjoy for generations to come. See more pics here, and here.

Ice Storm Debris Pickup
With the onset of spring, the melting snow will reveal bits and pieces of wood debris generated by the December ice storm. Inaccessible until now, this remaining material will be dealt with through the City of Toronto’s leaf and yard waste regular biweekly collection that began March 11. Important Details Here Read more…


Meet The New Chair of the TTC

3.14.2014

Dear constituents,

It is my pleasure to re-introduce myself to you as the new Chair of the City of Toronto’s Toronto Transit Commission.

I am thrilled that a majority of City Council has confidence in my abilities to run an organization that is tasked with getting 2.6 million people moving across our city every day.ttc Read more…


February News – Skating Party This Sunday, New Community Office + More

2.14.2014

Family Skating Party This Sunday
Grandravine Community Centre will be hosting our annual February Skating Party.

Come meet your neighbours and make new friends.

Sunday February 16, 3:15-5:15pm
Grandravine Community Centre
23 Grandravine Drive

Snacks and hot chocolate provided.
Please bring your own skates.

New Community Office Open!
Getting help has never been easier!

Come down to 660 Wilson Avenue to visit my new Community Office.

I can help you with:

  • Snow Clearing Issues
  • Waste Collection Issues
  • Property Tax and Water Rebate forms
  • Downspout Disconnection Exemptions
  • By-law enforcement
  • Road and curb maintenance
  • And much more..

Click here for map

Visit soon! Read more…