TORONTO -- The City of Toronto is inviting residents to view submissions and vote for their favourites in the Complete Streets Photo contest.
The contest invited Torontonians to submit photos that fit the theme "what makes a street feel more complete?"
Over 800 photos were submitted featuring streets, designs, and features from Toronto and around the world.
15 photos were selected, 10 in a general category, and five in an under 18 group.
Finalists will have their work displayed in the rotunda of Toronto City Hall until Sept. 11, and an opening reception hosted by Toronto and Spacing Magazine will be held Sept. 7, at 5:30 p.m., to celebrate the group.
Complete Streets consider the needs of all users no matter how they use them, and what features make the streets better,
Guidelines developed by Complete Streets will help staff and residents better understand the role of the streets, and will help influence future projects.
For more information visit: www.toronto.ca/completestreets .
To vote for your favourites in the contest visit: www.toronto.ca/completestreets/photos .