October 24, 2019
CITY OF MISSISSAUGA – PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE
Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study:
Applewood Creek Erosion Control Project – Lakeview Golf Course
(Dixie Outlet Mall to CN Rail)
The study is being undertaken in accordance with the planning and design process for Schedule ‘B’ projects, as outlined in the “Municipal Class Environmental
Assessment” document (October 2000, amended in 2015), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.
information, all comments shall become part of the public records. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Project Manager listed above.
• Consultation is an important part of the Class EA process. Public input and comment are invited
for incorporation into the planning and design of this project.
review the alternative solutions being considered, and to answer any questions you may have.
The location and date for the PIC are listed below:
• The PIC will be an “open house” drop-in format with poster board displays illustrating the existing
conditions of the study area, the problems, and conceptual designs of alternative solutions that
are being considered, including potential impacts to the golf course.
• We invite you to share your input with City staff and the study consultants and designers who will
be available to discuss the project and answer your questions.
• If you have any questions or comments regarding the study, require additional information, or
wish to be added or removed from the study mailing list, please contact:
DATE: Thursday November 7th, 2019
TIME: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Lakeview Golf Course – Heritage Room
190 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5E 2P4
• The City of Mississauga is undertaking a Schedule B
Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study to
control erosion and restore the section of Applewood
Creek through the Lakeview Golf Course.
• Through its ongoing erosion monitoring program,
the City of Mississauga recognizes that this section
of Applewood Creek is in need of rehabilitation to
address existing erosion and safety issues.
• The study is examining the creek and associated
natural resources to identify existing erosion
problems, potential future risks, and opportunities
for restoration and environmental enhancement.
• Through the Class EA process, multiple alternative
solutions are being evaluated by the Study Team
consultation (see below). The Study Team will then
select a Preferred Alternative and proceed with
design of the recommended works.
• At the end of the study, a Project File, documenting
the study process will be available for public review.