Concerned about accessibility in Toronto parks? You can make a difference!

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The City of Toronto needs to know you care about making our parks accessible to people with disabilities. Show the City that accessibility to our wonderful ravine park system is important! Mark your calendar and come to:

The Chorley Park Accessibility Consultation

Room 310,  Metro Hall

55 John Street (closest major intersection is King and University)

Wednesday, January 21, 2015, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Show the City that accessibility to our wonderful ravine park system is important!

Toronto is known for its ravines but they are often inaccessible because of the hills leading to them. This consultation is about the hill at Chorley Park. It is located between the Don Valley Brick Works and the community of North Rosedale.

The trail can create new possibilities for people who use mobility devices!