On July 5, 2011, TREB will launch a new District structure which will replace the existing TREB Districts. So instead of trying to figure out what the C01 or W24 code means, districts will be identified by commonly known names and true geographic areas that are more easily understood by both Realtors and Consumers.
In place of the old Areas (Central, West, East and North) and Districts (e.g. N01, N02, N03…), the new three tiers of address criteria will include Area (Regions, Counties, Provincial Districts or equivalent), Municipality (City, Town or equivalent) and a new field for Community (Neighbourhood).
In the “City of Toronto” case, due to the complexity (sheer number of homes and neighbourhoods), the existing zone districts will be retained and slightly realigned to take into account some of the community borders, and the new community names that have been added.
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