Are you a Park Person?

Park People is the catalyst for better parks across Toronto. Our parks are not as good as they should be and we know that when residents get involved, parks get better. That’s why we are working with nearly 100 park friends groups, city workers and other partners to plant more trees and gardens, fix broken infrastructure and get more people out celebrating their communities through parks.

Want to get involved in your local park? Find a park group near you! In a park group and looking for assistance? Check out our Park Group Help Centre!

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18 Oct 2015 - 1:00pm

Celebrate the annual salmon run in the Highland Creek! Join in a guided walk to see the salmon swim upstream. Meet fish and nature experts. Enjoy community event booths and food vendors in the park.

Location: Morningside Park. Meet at the main picnic shelter near the playground in Morningside Park. The park entrance is on the west side of Morningside Avenue south of Ellesmere Road and north of Kingston Road.



A new Park People report: Making Connections

Park People's new report: Making Connections (PDF, 7 MB) proposes strategies for creating a network of parks and open spaces that can connect our parks, ravines, hydro and rail corridors, streets, laneways, schoolyards, and other public spaces. Read the report now >

Park People Announces the Park Toolkit

Park People has announced the Park Toolkit, a series of handbooks developed to help you host events at your local park. At the heart of our work is the belief that when communities get involved, parks get better. The Park Toolkit is your way to meet neighbours, strengthen community ties, and make good use of vital green spaces across Toronto.

Toronto Park Events Calendar

Find a community event in your local park on our Toronto park events calendar >

Announcing the TD Park Builders Program

Together TD Bank Group and Toronto Park People have developed a new initiative called the TD Park Builders Program which encourages community engagement and animation of vital community green space in Toronto’s Neighbourhood Improvement Areas and low-income communities. Learn more >

Landmark Weston Family Parks Challenge

Up to $5 million in grants over the next three years will be available from The W. Garfield Weston Foundation, working with Park People, to support innovative new park initiatives across the City of Toronto. Find out more about this exciting new funding program and how to apply here.