The City of Toronto is transforming the Six Points Interchange from a highway-like junction to a community-centric Etobicoke Centre that will feature pedestrian-friendly intersections, boulevards, trees and bike lanes.
Three new streets will be created as part of this work, and the City invites you to enter a friendly competition to name the new streets. Everyone is welcome to participate and submissions can be made online at toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.
All entries must include details on why the name was submitted for consideration. Proposed street names should portray a strong positive image and have a historical, cultural, Indigenous or social significance or recognize the local community, the City, the Province of Ontario or Canada. Review the City's Street Naming Policy for full details on the criteria for street naming. Submissions can be made until Sunday, December 9.
More information on the competition and Six Points Reconfiguration Project is available at toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.