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Etobicoke Civic Centre

Etobicoke Civic Centre
General information
Location Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Address 399 The West Mall
Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario
M9C 2Y2
Coordinates
Completed 1958
Owner City of Toronto
Technical details
Floor count 1

The Etobicoke Civic Centre in the


Preceded by
Township of Etobicoke Municipal Hall (c. 1927)
Etobicoke Civic Centre
1958–1997
Succeeded by
Toronto City Hall
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The civic centre lacks any formal public space; it is surrounded by other buildings and parking lots with some trees and patches of lawns. The historic 'Applewood' Shaver House across the street is used for weddings.

Located on The West Mall in central Etobicoke, the building is used as a meeting place for the Etobicoke community council[3] a committee of councillors representing wards in the area to make recommendations on local matters to the full city council.[4] The building also houses a number of local municipal departments and services. A farmers' market operates from spring to fall yearly.

Due to amalgamation, Etobicoke is now part of the City of Toronto, and the building no longer serves as a city hall.

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