High Park Zoo Master Plan Final Presentation


One of North America’s oldest zoos, High Park Zoo, is planning a face lift and we want you to be a part of it.
For over 120 years, the free admission High Park Zoo has been one of the jewels of Toronto. As part of the development of a new Master Plan for High Park Zoo, Friends of High Park Zoo, in collaboration with the City of Toronto, invite members of the public to share their ideas and visions for High Park Zoo.

The Final Public Meeting will focus on presenting the final Master Plan Concept. The Master Plan Concept is the result of input and
consultation with the public, government stakeholders and industry experts. It represents a vision for improving the visitor experience,
enhancing educational opportunities, increasing accessibility, operations and making the zoo a better place for people and its animal

Date:  Thursday, January 28, 2016 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location:  High Park Forest School, Colborne Lodge Drive, Toronto, ON

The High Park Forest School is located just inside the main entrance of
High Park. The Forest School is fully accessible and bike parking is


Public transit:  Take the subway to High Park Station and enter the Park at Colborne Lodge Drive.

Driving: From Bloor Street West: Enter the Park at Colborne Lodge Dr. and follow the one-way loop around West Rd., back to Colborne Lodge Dr. to the Forest School, just past the tennis courts.

From Lake Shore Blvd: Drive north on Parkside Dr. and make a left turn into the park at High Park Blvd. Turn right on Centre
Rd., then right on Colborne Lodge Dr. to the Forest School, just past the tennis courts.

From The Queensway: Get onto Lake Shore Blvd. at Ellis Ave. or Colborne Lodge Dr. and follow the directions from Lake Shore Blvd.

There is no access to the Forest School from Colborne Lodge Drive at The Queensway entrance.
Passenger drop-off and limited parking is available within the Park.  Paid on-street parking is available on Bloor Street.

Further Information:
If you are interested in participating but cannot attend in person, please visit our website highparkzoo.ca to view presentation materials. Any
comments, ideas or for more information contact the Friends of High Park Zoo at board@highparkzoo.ca

All information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. All comments will become part of the public record, except for personal information.


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