Planning the future Yonge-Steeles corridor

Yonge Steeles Corridor

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Review materials and have your say until March 31

Change is coming to the Yonge Street and Steeles Avenue corridor. The City of Vaughan’s Development Planning department is preparing the Yonge-Steeles Corridor Urban Design and Streetscape Plan – and the deadline has been extended to Friday, March 31 for you to get involved!


Interested in the future vision for the corridor? Visit to learn more about:

  • the project and study updates.
  • the project design framework.
  • draft streetscape plans and design guidelines.
  • how the updated plan will be implemented.


You can also review materials and submit your feedback directly to the project team via email at before the deadline.


More about the Yonge-Steeles Urban Design and Streetscape Plan

The plan builds on existing City policy frameworks and guidelines to support the evolution of the Yonge-Steeles Corridor as an attractive, transit-oriented, vibrant and sustainable urban environment and an inviting destination for people and businesses. The study area is located on the northwest side of Yonge Street and Steeles Avenue, from Yonge Street to Palm Gate Boulevard and from Steeles Avenue to Highway 407, separated by the Thornhill Heritage Conservation District.


Once complete, the Yonge-Steeles Urban Design and Streetscape Plan will be a reference document for the City and developers to help guide public and private development within the study area. For more information, visit


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