• Help The Compass

    Please help The Compass.  Complete details are in the link above.

    Help The Compass


  • Comfort Station Improvements – R.K. McMillan Park

  • Ward 1 Councillor Stephen Dasko’s Community Tent Availability 2020!

    Please let me know if you would like to borrow my Community Tent for your community events this year!

    It is a “pop up” style tent and the dimensions are: 10 feet by 10 feet, with open sides and comes with a carrying bag with wheels.    Just give me call at the office and I’ll be happy to accommodate you.   905 896 5100

    Blue Canopy Tents


    Hope to hear from you!




  • Committee of Adjustment Agendas, Jan 30th Feb 20th and Feb 27th 2020

    Please copy and paste the link above into your browser to see the C of A Agenda

  • Reminder about Peel’s winter garbage exemption period January 27-February 7, 2020

    The Region of Peel reminds all residents that the winter garbage exemption period is from January 27-February 7, 2020. Check your collection calendar to find your garbage exemption day.

    During the exemption period, remember to put your extra garbage out only on your garbage collection day, not on your recycling collection day.

    There is no maximum amount of acceptable garbage (check our website for a full list of items) that you can put on the curb. Garbage bag tags are not required during exemption periods.

    Excess garbage cannot:

    • Weigh more than 20 kg (44 lbs).
    • Be larger than 66 cm (26 in) wide and 90 cm (35 in) high.
    • Be smaller than 30 cm (12 in) wide and 30 cm (12 in) high.

    Put your excess garbage close to but not on top of your garbage bins, leaving at least 1 m (3 ft.) of clear space between your extra garbage item(s) and your bins.

    Residents are also encouraged to check their collection calendar or sign-up to receive free weekly collection reminders by email, text message, or phone call.

  • Kicking off 2020 with an Upgraded City Centre Transit Terminal

    January 20, 2020

    In February, the City Centre Transit Terminal (CCTT) will undergo a complete interior renovation to transform the City’s busiest facility into a modernized space with improved accessibility and services for MiWay customers. The project is expected to be completed by fall 2021.

    During the renovations, the CCTT will remain accessible to the community with some areas temporarily out of service. It is anticipated that the elevator will be temporarily out of service from April until July 2020. Customers are encouraged to look for directional signage indicating access points. Customer service for the information booth and fare booths will be relocated, but will remain onsite throughout construction to serve commuters.

    For more information about the CCTT renovation, visit

  • Committee of Adjustment Agenda Jan 23/20

    Please copy and paste the link above into your browser to see the C of A Agenda Jan 23/20

  • Marina Action Plan Project in Ward 1

    I would like to provide information on the Marina Action Plan project in Ward 1.

    Council approved the Inspiration Port Credit Master Plan in 2016 which recommends that a vibrant mixed use waterfront neighbourhood and destination with a full service marina be developed at the 1 Port Street East site. Subsequently, Council authorized staff, through Resolution 0193-2017, to move forward with the Marina Action Plan for 1 Port Street East. A consulting team led by Shoreplan Engineering Limited was retained in June 2019 to complete an Environmental Assessment (EA) and pre-design studies. The City hosted the first Public Information Centre about the 1 Port Street East Proposed Marina Project on July 18, 2019.

    A detailed project update was provided to you on through a General Committee presentation on October 30, 2019.

    Next steps for the project include a Public Information Centre #2 on January 29th at the Port Credit Legion with an open house at 4:00 pm and a presentation at 6:30 pm– please save the date. The purpose of this Public Information Centre is to present the draft Terms of Reference, which sets out the City’s work plan for addressing the Environmental Assessment Act requirements in the Individual EA, builds upon all of the background work completed to date, includes the extent of lakefill to be considered in the EA, and the public consultation activities. More detailed alternatives will be shown at future PICs. This will be an opportunity for the local and boating community to understand the project and to discuss the Terms of Reference with the project team. The community will be engaged throughout the process and will be given opportunities to provide input.

    If you have any questions pertaining to this project please feel free to reach out to myself………………


  • Filming site

    Please note that the above will be filming interior and exterior scenes for a web series “Detention Adventure” at 2162 Denise Road (Ward 1) on January 15 from 7:00am-11:00pm. 

    A permit has been issued to allow parking on the following:

    • One side of Denise Road from Sherway Drive to Carletta Drive

    A permit has also been issued to allow camera equipment on the roadway, boulevard and sidewalk as long as two-way traffic and pedestrian access is maintained at all times.

    Affected residents have been informed of these activities via notification letter. Should you have any comments, questions or concerns please contact Liza Toliao at the Film Office at ext. 4114.

    Mississauga Film & Television Office

    T 905-615-3200 x4114 |

    City of Mississauga | Community Services Department

    Culture Division


  • Christmas tree collection in the Region of Peel

    Christmas tree collection in the Region of Peel

    – From January 13-24, the Region of Peel will be collecting real Christmas trees and wreaths at the curb on residents’ recycling collection day.

    To set out for collection, residents should ensure that:

    • trees taller than 3 m. (10 ft.) are cut in half,
    • all plastic bags, ornaments, tinsel, nails, wire and tree stands are removed,
    • trees are not placed in or on snowbanks,
    • if you live in an apartment or condo, the trees are set at the curb by the driveway entrance to the property, and that trees do not obstruct the road or sidewalk.

    Residents who miss their collection can also take their Christmas trees to a Community Recycling Centre (CRC). Trees taller than 3 m. (10 ft.) must be cut in half to be accepted. There will be no drop-off fees at the CRCs for Christmas trees during the Christmas tree collection period only.

    Residents are also encouraged to sign-up to receive free weekly collection reminders by email, text message, or phone call.

    The Region of Peel works with residents and partners to create a healthy, safe and connected Community for Life for approximately 1.5 million people and over 175,000 businesses in the cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon. Peel’s services touch the lives of residents every day. Recognized as a leader in management and service delivery, the Region of Peel received Excellence Canada’s Platinum Award for Excellence, Innovation and Wellness®.