Mississauga is set to experience extreme cold temperatures.
If you need assistance:
- Emergency Assistance: 9-1-1
- More information on how to stay warm: 3-1-1
Services are available to support at-risk individuals and the homeless in Mississauga, including free hot meals and shower access, and the Region of Peel Street Helpline. Visit mississauga.ca/homelessness for more information.
Tips for cold weather:
- Plan ahead by checking the weather forecast before heading out.
- Dress in layers to suit the weather conditions and cover up as much exposed skin as possible.
- Stay dry and limit your time outdoors as much as possible.
- Reschedule or plan outdoor activities for another day.
- Drink warm fluids but avoid caffeinated and alcoholic beverages.
- Call vulnerable friends, neighbours and family to ensure they are not experiencing any difficulties related to the weather.
- Do not forget your pets! Bring any pets indoors without adequate shelter.
Date: and Time: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: 1463 Haig Blvd.
Addresses Affected: 1463, 1457, 1447, 1437, 1425, 1417, 1409, 1407, 1393, 1389,
1385, 1384, 1394, 1402, 1412, 1418, 1424, 1432, 1436, 1438,
1446, 1454, 1460 and 1470 Haig Blvd.
1164 Sylva Road Read More
A filming company, 14 Hours production INC., has requested a travel shot with a camera car on Monday 1st from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.
The area of filming will be on the Queensway East between Hurontario St and Dixie Rd.
420 Lakeshore Road East
Southwest corner of Lakeshore Road East and Enola Avenue
Application submitted by: Starbank Group of Companies
File: OZ 20/009 W1
The Small Arms Inspection Building (SAIB) has been part of the Lakeview community since 1939. The City of Mississauga opened the south portion of the building in 2018 to serve as a community cultural hub. It offers 18,000 square feet of flexible, open concept space available for shared use during public hours and is available as a rental space. The south portion is ideal for events, exhibitions, workshops, performances, meetings, festivals, and more. Read More
February 26, 2021
Not all heroes wear capes but many wear face masks. To honour Mississauga residents, community groups and businesses that have gone above and beyond in helping those in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Mississauga launched its COVID Heroes program today. A staff report recommending the recognition program was presented during the General Committee meeting on February 24. Final approval of the program will be received during the March 3 Council meeting. Read More