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  • Face Covering By-law for Condominiums and Apartments

    COVID-19 Response Continues: Amendments to the Face Covering By-law for Condominiums and Apartments, Limits to Restaurant Capacities, Film &Television Reopening Plan, Resumption of Council and Committee Meetings and Parks By-law Review COVID-19 | August 5, 2020 Today, Mississauga City Council reviewed and approved initiatives in relation to COVID-19 including: Amendments to the Face Covering By-law for condominiums and apartments, Limits to Restaurant Capacities, Film and Television Reopening Plan, Resumption of Council and […]

  • City of Mississauga Preparing to Enter Stage 3 of Province’s Reopening Plan -July 29, 2020

    COVID-19 | July 29, 2020 Following the Government of Ontario’s announcement today, Mississauga as part of the Region of Peel, has been given the green light to enter Stage 3 of Ontario’s Framework for Reopening Our Province on Friday, July 31. “Mississauga wouldn’t be entering Stage 3 if it wasn’t for the collective efforts and hard work of our healthcare professionals, our business community and most important, our residents who […]

  • MiWay Changes Express Route on Hurontario due to LRT Construction 

    July 28, 2020 Effective August 3, MiWay will revise Route 103-Hurontario Express as part of its second phase of routing changes along the Hurontario corridor. These adjustments are required to help minimize service impacts due to the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT) construction, which began in late March. Due to the anticipated reduction of traffic lanes south of the QEW in the upcoming months, Route 103 will no longer travel […]

  • Provincial Offences Court Update – 950 Burnhamthorpe Road West

    COVID-19 | July 23, 2020 The Provincial Offences Court located at 950 Burnhamthorpe Road West will be reopening on August 4, 2020 for administrative functions only, including: Filing for a trial date Filing for an early resolution date Filing for a screening appointment Paying a penalty notice Paying a provincial offence certificate Applying for a reopening of a case Applying for an extension of time to pay General inquiries All Provincial Offences Act (POA) matters (e.g., […]

  • City’s Cashiers Desk at Civic Centre Goes Cashless

    July 22, 2020 Today, City Council approved cashless payments at the Cashiers Desk, located on the ground floor of the Civic Centre. The Cashiers Desk is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions; however, cashless payments will take effect upon its reopening as a health and safety measure to protect residents and staff. “The Cashiers Desk has seen a shift towards digital payment methods over cash. Cash transactions account for approximately 30 […]

  • COVID-19 Response Continues

    COVID-19 Response Continues: Community & Economic Recovery Frameworks, Restarting Community Recognition, Cashless Payments at Cashiers and Creation of National Urban Cycling Infrastructure Fund COVID-19 | July 22, 2020 Today, Mississauga City Council reviewed and approved initiatives in relation to COVID-19 including: Community and Economy Pillar Recovery Plans, restarting the Community Recognition program, cashless payments at cashiers and supporting the creation of a national urban cycling infrastructure fund as part of a […]

  • City Adopts New Framework to Keep Pedestrians and Cyclists Moving Safely

    July 10, 2020   The City of Mississauga is moving forward with an Active Transportation COVID-19 Recovery Framework following approval of a report that was brought to Council this week. Starting this summer, the City will introduce more short-term and long-term active transportation options for cyclists and pedestrians that allow for safe physical distancing. Residents can look forward to Quiet Streets that limit vehicle traffic, temporary road closures that provide […]

  • COVID-19: Mississauga Strong and Ready with Four Pillar Recovery Plans – Corporate, Financial, Economic and Community

    July 9, 2020 Yesterday, City Council approved the Corporate and the Financial Pillar Recovery Plans, two of the four pillars outlined in the City’s overall COVID-19 Recovery Framework. On May 13, Council received the COVID-19 Recovery Framework, which provides a plan for what recovery operations will look like at the City of Mississauga. The framework outlines work in four key areas: Community, Economic, Financial and Corporate. The Recovery Framework supports […]

  • COVID-19 Response Continues

    COVID-19 Response Continues: Call for Funding, Temporary Patios, Active Transportation Recovery Framework, Deferral of Municipal Accommodation Tax and New Mandatory Face Covering By-law COVID-19 | July 8, 2020 Today, Mississauga City Council reviewed and approved initiatives in relation to COVID-19 including: a call for funding from provincial and federal governments, time limited amendments to City by-laws to facilitate temporary patios, an Active Transportation COVID-19 Recovery Framework, a three-month deferral of the […]

  • Heat Warning Issued

    Based on Environment and Climate Change Canada’s data, the Region of Peel’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a Heat Warning* for Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga on Thursday July 2, 2020. The warning will be in effect until further notice.   COVID-19 in Peel With community spread, treat every interaction like you could be exposed.   Symptoms of heat-related illness include rapid breathing, dizziness or fainting, vomiting, rapid heartbeat, extreme […]