The living wall at City Hall

February 18, 2014


Visitors to City Hall will notice that the green living wall of plants in the front entrance is curtained off for repairs. Click here for information about the repairs and the reasons for them.

The green wall is one of City’s Hall’s most attractive features, and when it’s repaired and working properly, it improves air quality in the building. That’s why you’ll find living walls in several LEED- certified buildings, such as Linamar’s training centre. It’s just one of many green features incorporated into the Council-approved design of City Hall. The City is repairing and maintaining the wall, as it does for any of its assets.

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