SCHEDULED WATER INTERRUPTION NOTICE – Tuesday, July 25th, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – 15A & 15B Iroquois Ave

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Date and Time:         Your water will be turned off on Tuesday, July 25th, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location:                    15A & 15B Iroquois Ave                              

Addresses Affected:  2-17 Iroquois Ave, 42-52 Cayuga Ave.

Project #:                   C-602829

Regional Inspector:  John Sedore

Telephone #               416-706-1114 Ext 3246/47

The Region of Peel Public Works department regularly maintains and repairs the water system to make sure you have a consistent supply of quality drinking water. Sometimes we must turn off your water supply while we do this work.

Your water will be turned off on Tuesday, July 25th, 2023, from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If we need to reschedule this work due to weather or other circumstances, we will let you know the new date and time.

If this interruption may affect an alarm or maintenance company, it is your responsibility to notify them.  During the time that the water supply is interrupted, the building’s sprinkler protection system will not function.  A fire watch should be performed as necessary during time.

After the water interruption:

When we turn the water back on, air in the pipes may make the water cloudy and your plumbing may vibrate or make noise.  We recommend removing the air by slowly turning on your taps from the lowest to the highest faucet in the building (that is, starting in the basement/first floor and finishing on the top floor). Flush the toilets as well. You will likely need to run the water for 10 to 30 seconds.  Run the water until it is clear, and any vibration or noise has stopped.

Important note:  After the water is turned back on, we recommend checking your water meter (usually located in the basement).  If it is leaking, call Water Meter Installations Dispatch at:

  • (905) 791 – 7800 Ext. 3226 (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Monday to Friday)
  • (905) 791 – 7800 Ext. 4409 (After hours or Statutory Holidays)


World Lupus Day & Lupus Awareness Day – May 10

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The Mayor and councillor’s were decked out in purple to help raise awareness of this auto-immune disease.

May 10th is both World Lupus Day (internationally) and Lupus Awareness Day in Ontario.

In an effort to raise awareness the following landmarks are lighting up in purple on May 10:

  • Mississauga Clock Tower
  • Port Credit Lighthouse, Mississauga
  • 50 & 60 Absolute World Condos, Mississauga

If you are interested in further information regarding Lupus Ontario or Lupus Awareness Day, please contact Lisa Bilodeau, Director at Large, at or Anne Brooks, Fundraising and Marketing Manager, at

City of Mississauga Announces New City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer

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The City Mississauga has selected Shari Lichterman as its new City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), effective May 10, 2023. She was appointed unanimously by a vote of City Council on May 10, 2023, following a national search led by an independent firm.Lichterman has been the Commissioner of Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer for the City since June 2021. She replaces Paul Mitcham, who retired in February 2023. Lichterman served as Acting City Manager between February and May.

“On behalf of Council, please join me in congratulating Shari on her new role as City Manager and CAO. Her wealth of private sector experience combined with her knowledge across the corporation uniquely positions her to best advance the priorities of Ontario’s third largest city. Shari is always looking for better, more efficient ways to do business and over the years has identified millions in savings for taxpayers, helped streamline service delivery while making our annual budgeting process easier to understand for both residents and businesses,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “I’m confident she will be a great fit to help lead our staff and our city into the future while addressing some of the real challenges before us.”

As City Manager and CAO, Lichterman will advance key Council and City priorities including the refresh of the Strategic Plan; the City’s Housing Plan; equity, diversity and inclusion efforts; responding to the province’s financial audits and working with the soon to be appointed provincial facilitators reviewing regional governance, among many others.

“I’m excited to take on this new role and the challenges it will bring,” said Shari Lichterman. “It’s an honour to lead the outstanding staff team who deliver services to our residents every day.  I look forward to working together with Mayor and Council to advance the City’s priorities and to continue to build a great City.”

In her role as City Manager and CAO, Lichterman will be the most senior public servant and will report directly to City Council, overseeing the operations, services and programs delivered by the corporation. She will be supported by her leadership team of four commissioners and extended leadership team of directors.

In her most recent role as Commissioner of Corporate Service and Chief Financial Officer, Lichterman managed a portfolio, which included Finance, Facilities and Property Management, Corporate Business Services, Human Resources, Information Technology and Legislative Services. Prior to that, Lichterman served as the City’s Commissioner of Community Services, a portfolio which included Recreation, Parks, Forestry and Environment, Fire and Emergency Services, Culture, Library and Tourism and as the Director of Recreation leading a number of strategic plans and major projects.

Before joining the City of Mississauga, Lichterman served as Vice-President of Eastern Operations at Canlan Sports and also spent a decade as co-owner of a consulting and management firm providing services in Canada and the United States.

Lichterman has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Carleton University as well as designations as a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Management Accountant. She also has a Masters Certificate in Municipal Leadership from the Schulich School of Business at York University and has served on the Board of Directors for Parks and Recreation Ontario for the past five years, currently as Board Chair.

Lichterman is a proud resident of Mississauga where she lives with her husband and two children.

Street Sweeping Program 2023

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The City’s annual Spring Street Sweeping Program will begin on Monday, April 24th, 2023 (weather permitting).

We know that road users are eager for roads to be swept and make every effort to schedule street sweeping as early in the spring as possible. Generally, street sweeping begins after the seasons change and we have enjoyed a period of mild temperatures. This ensures that we can remove winter maintenance equipment from the Works yards to make space for street sweepings, and that lingering snow piles have melted. After our spring street sweeping is complete, we will continue to maintain roadways through our regular street sweeping program.


Sharing Lanes Returns with Focus on Road Safety

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This summer, the City of Mississauga is taking a creative approach to improving safety for road users with the return of its tactical urbanism project Sharing Lanes – and you’re invited to share your feedback and ideas.

Tactical urbanism is an approach to city building that uses affordable, temporary measures to demonstrate different uses of the roadway and public space. This year’s Sharing Lanes project will test new ideas on some of the sidewalks and roadway sections of The Credit Woodlands, specifically around Bert Fleming Park and two nearby schools, to increase safety for vulnerable road users and improve access to Bert Fleming Park.

Plans for the space include:

  • Traffic calming measures including piloting a new configuration for the roadway around Bert Fleming Park
  • Vibrant designs on the roadway in front of two nearby schools
  • Transformed streets where a section of the roadway is replaced with a car-free community plaza space that will provide space for things like seating and community activities

Community feedback is an important part of planning these installations. During the month of April, residents are invited to share their thoughts and experiences online or at an in-person community meeting.

The feedback received will help the City understand what pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and drivers experience when traveling in the area. It will also help prioritize the best way to use the space to enhance the enjoyment and safety of all road users.