Open on Remembrance Day, Friday Nov 11
-City of Toronto recreational programs and permits continue during regular operating hours. The public can contact their local community centre for any program-specific questions, or online.
-The Allan Gardens and Centennial Park conservatories are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
-All branches of the Toronto Public Library are open on Friday.
-The Toronto Zoo, opening at 9:30 a.m. as usual, is holding its annual Remembrance Day ceremony in the Waterside Theatre starting at 10:55 a.m.
-The High Park Zoo and Riverdale Farm are open.
– Transportation Services staff who support construction in Toronto will be working, and the Traffic Management Centre’s dispatch as well as camera and overhead signage operations will be active.
-Long-Term Care Homes and Services operations, which include community and day programs, are operating as usual.
-Homelessness services such as emergency shelters and the Streets to Homes assessment and referral centre at 129 Peter St. operate as usual.
-Seven of the City’s 10 historic sites are open. Fort York National Historic Site will have a Remembrance Day ceremony and Colborne Lodge, Gibson House, Mackenzie House, Scarborough Museum, Spadina Museum and Todmorden Mills Heritage Site offer their regular tours and programs.
Closed on Remembrance Day, Friday Nov 11
-Toronto Employment, social services and children’s services offices are closed, reopening on Monday.
-City road crews that look after street signs, pavement markings and potholes are not scheduled to work but crews can be made available if there’s an emergency.
-Toronto Water’s customer service counter at North York Civic Centre is closed.
-The parking ticket payment counters at Metro Hall, North York Civic Centre and York Civic Centre and in the office at 1530 Markham Rd. are closed but customers can make payments for parking tags by credit card or by calling the automated phone service at 416-397-TAGS (8247).
-City Archives at 255 Spadina Rd., is closedbut will reopen Saturday.
-The Market Gallery and the Montgomery’s Inn and Zion Schoolhouse historic sites are closed.
-Toronto Public Health offices and operations such as public health clinics are closed.
-The property tax and utility payment counters at City Hall and the civic centres are closed. Property owners can view their account details any time using the property tax and utility account lookups.