Officer in Charge: Staff Sergeant Bryan Campbell
Throughout its history, the Mounted has used many sites within Toronto to house its horses. Included in these sites were stables at the Metro Zoo in Scarborough, Casa Loma, police stations in Etobicoke, Scarborough and several others.
At this time the Unit is housed in the C.N.E. (Canadian National Exhibition) stables. The Mounted Headquarters was located in Sunnybrook Park in North York. This historical building was used by the Unit Commander and the administrative staff. There were horses housed at the facility temporarily while renovations were being completed at the C.N.E. stables.
All of the horses and officers are located at the Horse Palace on the grounds of Exhibition Place. This building was originally built in 1932 to temporarily house horses during the Canadian National Exhibition, Royal Winter Fair and various other events. The Mounted Unit began using the building in 1968.
If you have any issues with manure left by Toronto Police horses, please call 311 for pick-up. You may also speak to the officer in charge by calling Mounted at 416-808-1700, or send us an email.