Proposals are submitted and promoted by residents in the community. Residents are asked to gather support for their proposal (amend a policy, initiate a project, change parking regulations, etc).
Submitted proposals have 120 days to reach the required threshold of 60 supporters in order to be considered by Councillor Wong-Tam’s Office. This metric is designed to ensure community support. Without completion of this first step, the proposal will not move forward.
- It must fall within the policy areas and competencies of Toronto City Council;
- It serves the public interest rather than your individual interest;
- It does not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, race, age, or socio-economic background; and
- It does not harm others.
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