With concern due to the Delta variant growing in Peel, shortened second-dose bookings will open Monday for residents aged 70+ and those who received an mRNA (Pfizer or Moderna) vaccine on or before April 18. Appointments will be available at 8:00 am Monday, June 7th in the provincial booking system at covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/ or by calling the provincial booking line at 1-833-943-3900. Read More
The Derry House at Adamson Estate is getting some much needed love & repairs ❤️🚧
As we continue to complete these essential repairs, fencing will be up during the daytime to keep park visitors safe. This fencing will be removed at the end of each working day so pedestrians & cyclists can continue to enjoy the Waterfront Trail.
Work is expected to continue throughout the summer.
For your safety:
❌Don’t enter work sites closed to the public
🚧Respect all worksite fencing & signs
👷Physical distance from workers & others
June 4, 2021
WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT ON SUNNYCOVE DRIVE, TARN ROAD, AND NERIS COURT
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June 4, 2021
As World Environment Day approaches on June 5, the City of Mississauga has been recognized for its commitment to advancing climate change action. The City has received three achievement badges from the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM): the Mitigation Badge, Adaptation Badge and the Compliance Badge. GCoM’s achievement badges celebrate municipalities that have committed to becoming leaders in local climate action by transitioning to low-emission, climate resilient cities. The City will work to complete the Access to Energy Badge once guidance becomes available later this year. Read More
June 3, 2021
The Region of Peel is revising its Section 22 Order for workplace closures.
Updates to the Section 22 Order, which was issued under the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA), include: Read More
The Central Mississauga area will experience significant growth over the next 20 + years, specifically, within the Mississauga City Centre, Hurontario and Dundas Corridor. We expect these areas to grow by over 40 percent by 2041. The current wastewater infrastructure does not have available capacity to service this increased growth. That’s why the Region is doing an Environmental Assessment (EA) to study how to expand the capacity of the Central Mississauga Wastewater System. Read More
June is Pride month in Peel and we’re recognizing our vibrant LGBTQ2S+ communities and hosting a virtual event on June 23rd.
June 3, 2021
The Region has raised the Pride flag to mark June’s month-long Pride celebration. Events are planned across the Region to recognize and celebrate our vibrant and diverse LGBTQ2S+ communities. Read More
Stantec Consulting Services are set to begin collecting road pavement condition data and photos on every City-owned streets later this month. No street closures, detours or traffic disruptions are expected as a result of the work. The process is expected to last 10 to 12 weeks; throughout the summer and a portion of the fall season. Data collection will begin in the south-east quadrant and rotate counter clockwise through the City. Once completed, the data will be loaded into the City’s road pavement management system to inform the development of the long-range pavement rehabilitation forecast and budget.
The Project Lead for Stantec Consulting Services has provided us with the attached project information sheet. It explains the equipment used and the type of information that will be collected.
Re: Community Virtual Meeting
958-960 East Avenue (File OZ 20/005 W1)
Peel Housing Corporation has submitted an application to redevelop their existing property at the south-west corner of East Avenue and Lakeshore Road East with a seven (7) storey rental apartment building containing 151 residential units. Read More
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
The City of Mississauga has selected Victoria Clarke as its new Director of Tourism effective May 31, 2021. The Director of Tourism has also been appointed as the CEO of Tourism Mississauga, a position previously held by Shari Lichterman, the City’s Commissioner of Community Services. The position of Director of Tourism was developed to provide dedicated executive leadership for the tourism portfolio in Mississauga and to lead Tourism Mississauga in supporting a strong recovery from the pandemic for the tourism and hospitality sectors. Read More