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A street is a long path that connect to playgrounds, other streets, or a cog headquarters through a tunnel system.

Every street has toon buildings, which are essential for doing toontasks. Also, cogs patrol the area, creating cog buildings and attempting to eliminate the toons in the area. Some cogs do not appear on streets; those cogs are at the top of the corporate ladder, which are also known as building-only cogs.

Since the Silly Meter was filled, there have been animated street objects which give a boost to certain gags.

Cogs and streets

Below are the tables of all the streets as well as percentage of cogs on those streets.

Street Playground Bossbot icon.png Lawbot icon.png Cashbot icon.png Sellbot icon.png
Loopy Lane Toontown Central 10% 70% 10% 10%
Punchline Place Toontown Central 10% 10% 40% 40%
Silly Street Toontown Central 25% 25% 25% 25%
Barnacle Boulevard Donald's Dock 90% 10% 0% 0%
Seaweed Street Donald's Dock 0% 0% 90% 10%
Lighthouse Lane Donald's Dock 40% 40% 10% 10%
Elm Street Daisy Gardens 0% 20% 10% 70%
Maple Street Daisy Gardens 10% 70% 0% 20%
Oak Street Daisy Gardens 5% 5% 5% 85%
Alto Avenue Minnie's Melodyland 0% 0% 50% 50%
Baritone Boulevard Minnie's Melodyland 0% 0% 90% 10%
Tenor Terrace Minnie's Melodyland 50% 50% 0% 0%
Sleet Street The Brrrgh 10% 20% 30% 40%
Walrus Way The Brrrgh 90% 10% 0% 0%
Polar Place The Brrrgh 5% 85% 5% 5%
Lullaby Lane Donald's Dreamland 25% 25% 25% 25%
Pajama Place Donald's Dreamland 5% 5% 85% 5%


  • Street names often have to do with the theme of their adjacent playground
    1. Silly Street, Toontown Central (silliness)
    2. Barnacle Boulevard, Donald's Dock (nautical)
    3. Oak Street, Daisy Gardens (plant life)
    4. Baritone Boulevard, Minnie's Melodyland (musical) (baritone is a low male singing voice)
    5. Sleet Street, The Brrrgh (icy)
    6. Lullaby Lane, Donald's Dreamland (sleepiness)
  • Streets' names also often alliterate (same beginning sound)
    1. Silly Street
    2. Barnacle Boulevard
    3. Alto Avenue
    4. Sleet Street
  • The only streets that do not alliterate are from Daisy Gardens.
    • Daisy Gardens' streets all end in "Street."
  • Tenor Terrace is the only street with the name "terrace," Walrus Way is currently the only street with the unique name "way," and Alto Avenue is the only street with the unique name "avenue."
  • Currently, you can press the street maps button to see a map of the street you are currently on.
  • In some cases, cogs will ignore toons, passing by them. This happens usually when a cog is exiting a cog building and is still on the sidewalk, or when they are flying upward to patrol a different area. Very rarely, they ignore toons while walking.
  • Before Cashbot Headquarters was made, Pajama Place had a dead end.
  • All streets ending with "Place" have a shortcut in them. Silly Street also has a shortcut.