St Lawrence Neighbourhood Association

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 117 Acknowledged Issues: 2
Watching issues created after: 2012-12-30

St Lawrence Neighbourhood Assn

Notified About

  • 83 Henry Lane Terrace Toronto, ON - Toronto
    recent road patching near the curb just west of the drain in front of 83-85 Henry Lane Terrace has blocked the flow of water to the drain, resulting in pooling. Several residents in this area use wheelchairs and the pooling extends up the ramp from the street to the sidewalk.
  • 115 The Esplanade Toronto, ON - Toronto

    It must be a year now since our nice new glass bus shelter was removed for construction. Since the construction finished, I have sent three emails to 311 & have been told I would hear from Furniture, I think it's called. Still waiting for a response & our Bus Shelter, especially since Winter is upon us. We have a lot of seniors in this area & having the Bus Shelter reinstalled would be appreciated. It's on The Esplanade at Market St. on the Nth side.

    I am disappointed in the response. The fact that we have gone so long without a shelter & must continue to do so through the Winter is not acceptable. It can't be that much of an expense to erect something temporary for us!!!

  • 33 Yonge St Toronto, ON M5E 1X6, Canada - Toronto
    berczy psrk fountain graffiti
  • Wilton Street Toronto, ON - Toronto
    with no lights the street is dangerous for pedestrians crossing the street at night.
  • Lane markings Archived
    2-14 Victoria St Toronto, ON - Toronto
    Victoria is one-way northbound at King. There are two lanes and, by habit, people going straight or turning left tend to stay right, blocking the majority of drivers who are turning right. Solution: Painted lane markings indicating that the right lane is for right turns, and the left lane is for left turns and through traffic.
  • 109 George Street South Toronto, ON - Toronto
    Several min9or (but growing) potholes on George Street S at Jenoves Place.
  • Other Archived
    126 The Esplanade Toronto, ON M5E 1C2, Canada - Toronto
    Pedestrian signal on NW corner turned to wrong direction
  • 330 King Street East Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    Covers for sidewalk tree planters are elevated creating a tripping hazard and constraining the space available for pedestrians.
  • 120-134 Adelaide St E Toronto, ON M5C 1L7, Canada - Toronto
    north end of st james park
  • 135 Jarvis Street Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    The blue-painted building on the corner of Jarvis St and Richmond St E (possibly part of 141 Queen St E?) is defaced with graffiti vandalism
  • 130-136 Lower Sherbourne Street Toronto, ON - Toronto
    Sherbourne Street from King south to The Esplanade is in deplorable condition - both sides of the street: it is one long pothole! This creates unsafe conditions for cyclists. Based on previous court cases the city would be at least partially liable for damages caused by these dangerous conditions.
  • 34 King St E Toronto, ON M5C, Canada - Toronto
    This stop has been closed for several months but the shelter is still there and people do not notice the small sign inside the shelter and often are confused when the streetcars do not stop.