Dixie Road/CNR Structure Project

By Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

We are pleased to announce the Rehabilitation of Dixie Road & CNR Structure at CNR bridge (north of Lakeshore):

  • Stage 1: East side rehabilitation of Dixie Road will start this spring 2021 through to late summer 2021. This work will include the sidewalk, repair of the underground water drainage, temporary asphalt pavement and line markings.
  • Following stage 1, Alectra Utilities will relocate the existing aerial wires on the west right-of-way into new underground ducts, under the west side of the roadway.  This is tentatively scheduled for completion by early fall 2021.
  • Stage 2: West side rehabilitation of Dixie Road starts in the fall 2021 through to summer 2022. This work will include the sidewalk, and final asphalt pavement on both sides of Dixie Road with permanent line markings.

Mississauga Submits Recommendations for the 2021 Federal and Provincial Pre-Budget Consultations

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

February 10, 2020

Today, General Committee endorsed the recommendations the City of Mississauga will submit for consideration during the 2021 federal and provincial pre-budget consultations. These recommendations are designed to help Mississauga manage the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, encourage new revenue tools and deliver important infrastructure and city-building projects that build strong and resilient communities. Read More

Upcoming Hurontario LRT Project in Port Credit

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Resources, Ward 1

Metrolinx is providing notification that Mobilinx will be starting work in the parking lot of Port Credit GO Station in the near future. Crews will place fencing around working areas on site in both the North and South parking lots. Fencing will not only help keep commuters and community members safe, it will also offer the project the first big signage opportunity in the community. Read More

February 11th is 211 Day

By Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

February 4, 2021

We wanted to let you know that February 11th is 211 Day and, for the first time, it is being celebrated in every corner of Canada since the 211 service recently expanded nation-wide!

The purpose of 211 Day is to let people know what 211 is and how the service can support people looking for help. 211 is a free, confidential helpline that is available 24/7, 365 days year (including holidays) in 150+ languages. 211 Central serves the Central Ontario Regions of Toronto, Peel, York and Durham. Read More