TCAT’s Active Neighbourhoods program uses a co-design approach to engage residents in shaping active, livable neighbourhoods. A critical step in the co-design process is the development of a neighbourhood portrait. These neighbourhood portraits bring together the results of broad citizen engagement with secondary data (like census information and transportation data) to create a diagnostic portrait of the assets, strengths, and infrastructure gaps in the neighbourhood.
Below you can explore the portraits of our Active Neighbourhoods communities: Jackson Park Brookdale in Peterborough, the Donovan Neighbourhood in Sudbury, Haliburton Village in Haliburton County, the Stewart Street Neighbourhood in Peterborough, and Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park in Toronto. The Peterborough portraits were produced in partnership with GreenUP.