Welcome to shoptheQueensway.com BIA, the new hub of the west end and brand new BIA. With over 300 unique and interesting businesses, the Queensway is an entertainment, dining, and shopping destination. One of Toronto's avenues it is transforming into a vibrant mixed-use street with a growing population. Changes to a more pedestrian friendly street, new outdoor patios, new and renewed parks, and a proposed arts hub will enliven the street scene in years to come.

shoptheQueensway.com BIA runs along the Queensway from Kipling Ave to Park Lawn Road

Friday, 28 July 2017 09:33

ShoptheQueensway.com 2018 Landscaping RFQ

The ShoptheQueensway.com BIA is seeking to retain a landscaper for garden and tree pit greens.


The ShoptheQueensway.com’s mandate is to create a vibrant area for businesses and entrepreneurs, Toronto residents, and visitors to the city. Our services to the community include neighbourhood marketing, street beautification, and our annual events.

For more details about the ShoptheQueensway.com BIA, please visit www.ShoptheQueensway.com

Project Scope: 42 in-ground planters and 22 new trees

  • Monthly weeding and litter removal from May – September (5 visits)
  • Watering once every 3 days recommended until plants established
  • Watering planters bi-weekly once established.  (6 visits max. June (2) July (2), August (2)).
  • Annual mulching (1 per year – specify the mulch to be used in your proposal – eg. pine)
  • Spring clean-up and fall winter prep including grass cutting/trimming

Proposal guidelines

Vendors must submit their proposals for planting and maintenance periods and include client[1] and photo references. Proposals must demonstrate experience, an interest in the area, and creativity.

Deadline to submit quotes and proposals

Sept 21, 2017

Selected vendors may be asked to present their proposal at an evening meeting to the Board of Management.

Office Contact Information

Sheliza Esmail
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Scope of Work

Unit Price

Total Price

Monthly weeding and litter removal from May – September (5)


5 visits


Watering once every 3 days recommended until plants established




Watering planters bi-monthly once established.  (6 visits max. June (2) July (2), August (2)).


6 visits


Spring clean-up (1 visit)  and fall winter (1 visit) prep including grass cutting/trimming


2 visits








[1] A client of at least two years


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