• New Session Added – Virtual Community Meetings Planned to Discuss Mississauga’s Official Plan

    October 29, 2020

    The City of Mississauga has added an additional virtual community meeting on Tuesday, November 10 to discuss its Official Plan update.  The Official Plan is the guiding document for land use planning in Mississauga. The City is reviewing the Plan to ensure it reflects the changing needs of the community while conforming to updated provincial legislation.

    What:

    Virtual community meetings that include a presentation on the Official Plan Review and attendee input on the vision and priorities.

    When:

    The meetings are designed to discuss city-wide priorities as well as key planning issues affecting individual wards.

    • October 29 – 7 to 8:30 p.m.

    City-wide and “Central” (Wards 3, 4, 6 and 7)

    • November 2 – 7 to 8:30 p.m.

    City-wide and “South” – (Wards 1, 2 and 8)

    • NEW – November 10 – 7 to 8:30 p.m.

    City-wide and “North” (Wards 5, 9, 10 and 11)

    Who:

    • Mississauga residents
    • Business owners and employees
    • City staff and Ward Councillors

    How:

    Register here to participate.

    To learn more before the meetings, read the Research Briefs. These explain the Official Plan priority areas including housing, transportation, environment, complete communities, city structure and urban design.

    Background:

    The City’s Official Plan provides policies that guide and direct the physical change of the city. It manages the effects on Mississauga’s social, economic, cultural and natural environment. The Official Plan addresses:

    • where housing, industry, offices, shops and roads should go
    • which services and amenities (e.g., parks, transit) are needed and where they will be located
    • where to focus growth and what it will look like

    The City launched the Official Plan Review at a Special Council meeting held on June 10, 2019. For more information and to sign up for email updates, visit the public engagement page.

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  • Community Virtual Meeting – 23 Elizabeth Street North and 42-46 Park Street East

    October 29, 2020

    Dear Resident,

    File OZ 20/006 W1 at 23 Elizabeth Street North and 42-46 Park Street East

    The City of Mississauga has received an application from Edenshaw (Elizabeth) Developments Limited to amend the official plan and rezone the property to permit a 22 storey apartment building with 256 residential units and 6 levels of underground parking.

    The applicant is proposing to amend the Port Credit Local Area Plan to permit 22 storeys, whereas the maximum permitted height is 15 storeys. The applicant is also proposing to change the zoning on the site from RA2-48 (Apartments – Exception) to RA5-Exception (Apartments – Exception) to implement this development proposal.

    Due to the COVID pandemic, we are not able to have an in-person meeting. Therefore, we have arranged a Community virtual meeting on Monday, November 30, 2020 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The call-in details are as follows: Join by phone: 647-484-1596, Meeting Access #172 859 2057, Meeting Password: ward1.

    If you would like to submit your comments, please forward to David Ferro, Planner, Planning and Development Department, 300 City Centre Drive, 6th floor, Mississauga, ON  L5B 3C1 or David. Ferro@mississauga.ca.

  • Reminder: Peel 2041+ Public Consultation Sessions —  Specifically: Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas

    October 27, 2020

     

    Virtual Community Meeting Update on Peel 2041+ Public Consultation Sessions —  Specifically: Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas

    Councillor Stephen Dasko would like to extend you a personal invitation to attend a virtual community meeting on Peel’s 2041+ program.

    As you may have joined in on some of the virtual meetings the Region has had recently, he wanted to arrange for Ward 1 residents specifically to be updated on two (2) very important issues that affect the Ward dramatically.

    Councillor Dasko asked specifically from the Peel Regional Staff to work with him on a strategy to ensure that communicating to the residents of Ward 1 on the Peel 2041+ initiatives.  Therefore, the Regional staff kindly are making themselves available to present the following to as many residents of Ward 1 available to participate in the virtual community meeting.

    You are being invited through Webex conference program.  The Call in details are at the bottom of this email.  Councillor Dasko looks forward to your participation!

     

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    Peel Region is growing – and the Region is planning for this future growth.

     

    A Regional Official Plan Review (called “Peel 2041+”) is underway to ensure the development of healthy, complete communities that meet individuals’ needs throughout their lifetime, and that official plan policies stay current with provincial plans and planning priorities. The Region is currently accepting feedback on the work being done as part of this review.

     

    On Tuesday, October 27th from 6pm to 7:30pm, Regional staff will be providing a virtual presentation update on the topics of Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas. This will be similar to the public consultation session that took place on September 21, 2020. Following the presentation, staff will be accepting comments and will respond to questions.

     

    To learn more about Peel 2041+ and review additional materials, please visit: https://www.peelregion.ca/officialplan/review/

     

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    Meeting number (access code): 172 797 5238
    Meeting password: EEgPPkr2H82 (33477572 from video systems)

     

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  • Project details of the QEW/ Dixie Interchange

    The purpose of this is to provide interested parties with access to project information and to contact the Project Team.

    Contract 1:

    Contract 1 of the QEW/Dixie Project (from east of Dixie Road to the East Mall) is currently under construction and is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2021.

    Contract 2:

    The Detail Design for Contract 2 is underway and will continue throughout 2020/2021. Contract 2 covers the works along QEW from east of Cawthra Road to west of Etobicoke Creek.  Once the detail design is complete, the Design and Construction Report (DCR) will be made available for a 30-day public review period. Notification regarding the time and location of the availability of the DCR for review, will be published in local newspapers, posted onto the project website and mailed to those on the project contact list.  At this time, we anticipate construction of the main Contract 2 works to commence in 2022; however, advanced works such as utility relocations have started within the project limits and phase into the actual construction for Contract 2.  This timing is subject to funding, completion of the detail design, and receiving all required environmental permits and approvals.

    Public consultation is anticipated to include methods such as informational updates to the project website and a future public information centre.  Stakeholders will be notified in the upcoming months once a date and virtual hosting platform have been determined for the PIC.  All current information regarding Contract 2 is available on the project website on the Consultation page under the Public Information Centre section: http://www.qewdixiedetaildesign.ca/consultation/.

    In regards to the current state of the condition of the municipal roads, maintenance and operations of the Service Roads and Dixie Road remains under the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga and Peel Region, respectively. The segments within the project limits of these municipal roads, will be assumed by MTO upon commencement of Contract 2 for construction purpose where practical. The MTO will continue to consult with the municipalities throughout design and construction.

    If you require further information regarding this project, please feel free to email the Project Team at ProjectTeam@QEWDixieDetailDesign.ca or visit the project website at www.qewdixiedetaildesign.ca.

  • Community Virtual Meeting – 420 Lakeshore Road East (corner of Lakeshore Road and Enola Avenue)

    October 22, 2020

    Dear Resident,

    Re: Community Virtual Meeting 

    420 Lakeshore Road East (corner of Lakeshore Road and Enola Avenue)

    Plazacorp have submitted plans to redevelop the existing Beer Store at 420 Lakeshore Road East (corner of Lakeshore Road and Enola) with a condominium apartment building ranging in height from 2 to 12 storeys and containing 195 residential units with at grade non-residential uses and two levels of underground parking.

    The applicant is proposing to amend the official plan designation from Mixed Use to Residential High Density and to rezone the property from C4 (Mainstreet Commercial) to RA5 – Exception (Apartment – Exception) to implement this development proposal.  Driveway access to the proposal will be provided from Enola Avenue.

    Due to the COVID pandemic, we are not able to have an in-person meeting. Therefore, we have arranged a Community virtual meeting on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Call-in details are as follows: Join by phone: 647-484-1596, Meeting Access: 172 461 3999#, Meeting Password: ward1.

    If you would like to submit your comments, please forward to Paul Stewart, Planner, Planning and Development Department, 300 City Centre Drive, 6th floor, Mississauga, ON  L5B 3C1 or paul.stewart@mississauga.ca.

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    Meeting number (access code): 172 461 3999
    Meeting password: ward1 (92731 from video systems)

     

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  • Reminder: Peel 2041+ Public Consultation Sessions —  Specifically: Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas

    October 13, 2020

     

    Virtual Community Meeting Update on Peel 2041+ Public Consultation Sessions —  Specifically: Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas

    Councillor Stephen Dasko would like to extend you a personal invitation to attend a virtual community meeting on Peel’s 2041+ program.

    As you may have joined in on some of the virtual meetings the Region has had recently, he wanted to arrange for Ward 1 residents specifically to be updated on two (2) very important issues that affect the Ward dramatically.

    Councillor Dasko asked specifically from the Peel Regional Staff to work with him on a strategy to ensure that communicating to the residents of Ward 1 on the Peel 2041+ initiatives.  Therefore, the Regional staff kindly are making themselves available to present the following to as many residents of Ward 1 available to participate in the virtual community meeting.

    You are being invited through Webex conference program.  The Call in details are at the bottom of this email.  Councillor Dasko looks forward to your participation!

     

    ***********************************

     

    Peel Region is growing – and the Region is planning for this future growth.

     

    A Regional Official Plan Review (called “Peel 2041+”) is underway to ensure the development of healthy, complete communities that meet individuals’ needs throughout their lifetime, and that official plan policies stay current with provincial plans and planning priorities. The Region is currently accepting feedback on the work being done as part of this review.

     

    On Tuesday, October 27th from 6pm to 7:30pm, Regional staff will be providing a virtual presentation update on the topics of Growth Management and Major Transit Station Areas. This will be similar to the public consultation session that took place on September 21, 2020. Following the presentation, staff will be accepting comments and will respond to questions.

     

    To learn more about Peel 2041+ and review additional materials, please visit: https://www.peelregion.ca/officialplan/review/

     

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    When it’s time, join your Webex meeting here.

     

    Meeting number (access code): 172 797 5238
    Meeting password: EEgPPkr2H82 (33477572 from video systems)

     

    Join meeting

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    +1-647-484-1596,,1727975238## CANADA Toll

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  • Hurontario LRT Project Virtual Trade Show

    October 8, 2020

    Due to continued public health concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic,  employment and procurement trade shows will be held virtually this year.  Mobilinx will post presentations on local employment and procurement for the Hurontario LRT project on its website.

    The Employment presentation provides the public with resume-writing advice, interview techniques, and list the attributes and skills Mobilinx is seeking in its employees. The Procurement presentation details the benefits of sourcing local businesses for supplies, products and services, as well as the requirements needed to become a Mobilinx vendor.  The virtual trade show is accessible at Mobilinx.ca/opportunities.

  • The City of Mississauga’s Budget Committee Considers New and Increased Fees and Charges for 2021

    October 7, 2020

    The City of Mississauga’s Budget Committee considered new and increased fees and charges for 2021 for transit fares, fire and emergency services, planning processing, library, culture programs and rental rates, transportation and works, recreation programs and rental rates, fees for parks, forestry and environment services and fees for general administrative services provided across departments. These revenue sources will help offset the cost of delivering services. The proposed fees and charges will be presented at a Council meeting for approval on October 14, 2020. A number of proposed changes are highlighted in the Budget Committee reports including:

    • Recreation fees have a proposed base increase of 3 per cent. Some programs, such as advanced aquatics leadership courses, have recommended an above average increase due to increased operating costs and certification fees.
    • Transportation and Works has introduced two new fees in the Works Operations and Maintenance Division for Road Occupancy Permits for utility-related maintenance works ($25 per permit) in addition to a non-compliance fee of $190 related to inspections.
    • U-Pass (UTM Student pass) fees will increase as per contract and charter service rates will be adjusted for inflation. In addition, MiWay has introduced two new fees to offset the costs of restoration of on-street transit infrastructure due to road construction and closures. A Transitway Access Permit Fee of $250 per application and a MiWay Stop Infrastructure permit review fee of $400 per stop location have been added.

    Additional revenue of approximately $1.9 million is expected from the increases and new fees as outlined in the Oct 7, 2020 Budget Committee reports.

    “The revenue from the fees and charges will alleviate some pressures on the property tax rate in 2021,” said Gary Kent, Commissioner of Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer. “Community and financial recovery is a priority going forward and we are taking the steps necessary to balance offering services with the property tax increase. We continue to encourage public participation and input into our budget process, and we will continue to work with our Council to achieve a budget that meets our City’s needs.”

    All Budget Committee and Council meetings are open to the public. The next Budget Committee meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 23, 2020. The full schedule of meetings is available online at Council and Committees Calendar Listings. Final approval of the City of Mississauga’s Budget will follow approval of the Region of Peel Budget.

    Become familiar with the City’s 2021 Budget and Business Plan

    Look through the City’s preliminary 2021 Budget and Business Plan and understand why these documents play an important role in shaping our city. Residents can learn more by:

    • Visiting mississauga.ca/budget and see what you get for your tax dollars
    • Reading an overview of the 2021 preliminary Business Plan and Budget that was presented to the Budget Committee on June 24, 2020
    • Watching for the full 2021 proposed Budget and Business Plan (posted online on November 16)
    • Watching or attending Budget Committee deliberations scheduled for November 23, 24, 30, December 1, 2 (Budget Committee meeting schedules are subject to change.)

    Budget Committee meetings are to start at 9:30 a.m. beginning November 23, 2020.

  • Official Plan Review – Councillor Dasko

    RE:  OUR FUTURE CITY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT – Official Plan Review

     We are looking forward to launching the virtual community engagement this fall in support of the Official Plan Review.

    Our focus in this phase of engagement is to refresh the vision and confirm priorities for the Official Plan.  Participants will have the opportunity to share input online, via email, mail and through virtual meetings.  As originally outlined, we are hosting “south”, “central” and “north” meetings to enable geography specific education and discussions for participants. The meeting format will include a presentation and discussion.

    1. “North” – (Wards 5, 9, 10 and 11) – Monday, October 26 at 2-3:30 pm
    2. “Central” – (Wards 3, 4, 6 and 7) – Wednesday, October 29 at 7-8:30 pm
    3. “South” – (Wards1, 2 and 8) Monday, November 2 at 7-8:30 pm

    https://yoursay.mississauga.ca/official-plan-review

  • Lakeview West Neighbhourhood Rezoning Issues October 14, 2020 6:30 p.m.

    Dear Neighours,

    In light of changes that are occurring to housing in your neighbourhood, the City of Mississauga is reviewing the zoning regulations that would apply to your property.  The implications of potential changes that could affect your property include, but are not limited to:

    1. Permissions for type of housing (e.g. detached dwelling, semi-detached dwelling, townhouse dwelling, etc.)
    2. Minimum lot size and frontage
    3. Required setbacks for buildings and structures
    4. Maximum height of dwelling

    The purpose of the community meeting will be for staff to present potential options for revised zoning regulations for your property. You are welcome to provide feedback on these potential changes, and ask any questions of staff.

    Lakeview West Neighbourhood Survey

    Lakeview West Neighbourhood Letter – with Map