Events

April 8 to 12 is 9-1-1 Awareness Week in Peel

By Announcement, Events, Resources

43 per cent of 9-1-1 calls are not emergencies

During 9-1-1 Awareness Week, we recognize our first responders — emergency communicators, Fire, Police and Paramedics — for saving lives and helping residents in immediate need. We are also reminding Peel residents to call 9-1-1 only for emergencies.

In 2023, just over 900,000 calls or nearly half of all calls to 9-1-1 were for non-emergencies. They were misuse, hang-ups, short duration (accidents) or test calls to the 9-1-1 system. These calls take up valuable time and resources and can potentially prevent first responders from attending to real emergencies.

Call 9-1-1 only when someone needs immediate help from Paramedics, Police and Fire. To prevent accidental calls, lock your cell phones and do not program 9-1-1 into your phones. In addition, teach children how to use 9-1-1 correctly and how to recognize an emergency.

Call these numbers for non-emergencies

  • Call 311  for local municipal government (city or town) concerns, or to get information on municipal programs and services.
  • Call 811 to get answers to general health questions and concerns.
  • Call 211  for community-based health, social, and government services.
  • Call Police non-emergency telephone numbers:
    • Peel region – 905-453-3311
    • Town of Caledon – 905-584-2241
    • Caledon Village – 519-927-3041
  • Call Peel Regional Paramedic Services non-emergency number:
  • Call Fire non-emergency numbers:
  • Mississauga – 905-456-5700
  • Brampton – 905-456-5788
  • Caledon – 905-584-2272

Go here to learn more about 9-1-1.

Mississauga Official Plan 2051 – Follow Up

By Events, Planning & Development

On March 18, 2024 staff presented the proposed Mississauga Official Plan 2051 to the City’s Planning and Development Committee. A report and recording of the presentation are available here. As per Committee direction, the final plan will be brought forward for adoption early Fall 2024.

Thank you once again for your participation and continued engagement in the Official Plan review process. We value your input and will continue to welcome additional comments. To ensure your comments are addressed in a timely manner, please have them sent to official.plan@mississauga.ca by June 28, 2024.

Proposed Mississauga Official Plan 2051

Proposed Mississauga Official Plan 2051 Schedules

CALL TO ARTIST(S) – Lakeshore Mural Project

By Announcement, Events, Ward 1

The Mississauga Arts Council (MAC), Peel Region, and Stantec are excited to unveil a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Lakeshore Mural Project (also known as the Lakeshore Road Artistic Hoarding Mural Project). This initiative seeks to commission four digital murals to adorn hoardings placed around various locations on Lakeshore Road in Port Credit, Mississauga. The RFP is exclusively open to professional artists based in Mississauga, aiming to offer significant artistic platforms for local talent.

“I was excited by this idea I put forward to Peel Region and the Mississauga Arts Council and they were happy to execute it,” says Ward 1 Councillor, Stephen Dasko, ”Over the next few years of construction taking place on the Lakeshore Trunk Sewer and Sub-transmission Main, we will have incredible local artists displaying their talents for everyone to enjoy!”

The digitally rendered hoarding murals will be placed in 4 locations in South Mississauga. Richard’s Memorial Park, Pine Avenue, Wesley Avenue, and 5A & 5B Front Street.

Deadline to apply for all projects is April 29, 2024.

Visit mississaugaartscouncil.com/muralswithmac to read the full RFPs.

I will be hosting a community meeting on Thursday March 21, at Clarke Hall in Port Credit at 6:30 p.m. to give the public more information on the upcoming Lakeshore Road Water Main Project. Please contact my office for more information.

Community Meeting – Lakeshore Road Water Mains – Thursday March 21st 6:30 p.m.

By Events, Resources, Ward 1

NOTICE OF DETAILED DESIGN AND PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE 3

Front Street Wastewater Pumping Station and Wastewater Diversion

The Region of Peel has retained Stantec Consulting Ltd. (Stantec) to undertake the Detailed Design for the extension of the Lakeshore Road sanitary trunk sewer and Zone 1 watermain from Jack Darling Memorial Park to Elmwood Avenue (see map).

A key component of the Detailed Design is consultation with interested stakeholders through a Public Information Centre (PIC). The PIC will present the design of the project, construction timeline, construction staging and detours, potential impacts, and potential mitigation measures. You are invited to an in-person PIC to learn more about the project.

Thursday, March 21, 2024 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Clarke Memorial Hall – Main Hall

161 Lakeshore Rd. W., Mississauga, ON, L5H 1G3

All presentation materials will be posted on the Region of Peel’s website.

Projects – construction – Region of Peel (peelregion.ca)

If you have any questions or would like to be added to the project mailing list, please contact the Region of Peel:

Wastewater Collection and Conveyance

Engineering Services Division

Public Works, Region of Peel

905-791-7800, ext. 4409

construction@peelregion.ca

The Region of Peel is committed to ensure that all Regional services, programs, and facilities are inclusive and accessible for persons with disabilities. Please contact a Project Manager if you need any disability accommodations to provide comments or feedback for this study.

This notice was first issued on March 6, 2024.

2024 Mississauga Arts Awards (MARTYS) – Nominations Open

By Announcement, Events, Music, Ward 1

The 29th Mississauga Arts Awards (MARTYS) is taking place on June 26, 2024, and nominations are now OPEN!

Professional artists and groups who are either residents of the City of Mississauga, have a significant connection to Mississauga, or have made a major contribution to the arts within Mississauga are eligible to submit a nomination.

Nominations are due Monday, March 11, 2024 at 9:00 AM. Guidelines, criteria and nomination forms are located here: macarts.ca/martys

Virtual or In-Person (Statutory) Open House Meeting for the Draft New Official Plan

By Events, Planning & Development

Join us for A Virtual or In-Person (Statutory) Open House Meeting

for the Draft New Official Plan

The City is preparing to finalize its new Official Plan to guide how Mississauga will grow and develop over the next 25 years. From housing and transportation to the environment and economy, the Official Plan includes important policies that help to shape our city.

As we work to finalize the plan, the City is hosting two community meetings for the public to learn more, ask questions and share comments.

To date, public input has played an important part in shaping the policies that make up the new Official Plan, including:

  • Where housing, industry, offices and shops should go
  • Which services and amenities such as parks, schools, roads, trails and transit are needed
  • How we protect the city’s culture, heritage and environment
  • How the city should grow and what growth will look like

The draft new Official Plan will be available on the City’s website for review the week of February 12, 2024.

Please use the registration links below to join us online or in-person to learn more and ask questions:

  1. Virtual Engagement
    Date: Tuesday, February 27
    Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
    Location: Online – Webex Events
    Register Here
  2. In-Person Engagement – Statutory Open House Meeting
    Date: Thursday, February 29
    Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. (drop in any time)
    Location: Mississauga Civic Centre – The Great Hall
    Register Here

We look forward to seeing you at either session! Please note that the content shared during the meetings will be the same, however, it will vary in format as appropriate for the setting.

Thank you,

Official Plan Team

Fire & Ice Official Opening of the Port Credit Outdoor Skate Trail Celebration

By Events

The Fire & Ice celebration begins on February 17, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. at the official launch of the NEW Outdoor Skate Trail in Port Credit Memorial Park.

PCBIA is excited to partner with our community groups to bring this incredible celebration and tourism to the Port.

This FREE event offers a unique experience that incorporates Fire & Ice #INThePort!

“FIRE” features live fire performances in the Park and along Lakeshore. “ICE” features interactive ice displays, a live ice carving, games, and stunning ice sculptures.

Join us for winter treats, vendors, a photo booth, games, a live DJ, specialty food trucks, face painting, and much more!

Experience the stunning new lights animating Port Credit Memorial Park.

Stroll the Port for Sweet Stops, festive animations, roaming characters, and more!

Join us this weekend in Port Credit and experience the incredible vibe, businesses, boutique stores, restaurants, and more that the Port has to offer!

Made possible by the support of Visit Mississauga!

Cram the Ram Food Drive

PCBIA invites you to support The Compass Food Bank and Outreach Centre.

Help the Port Credit community Cram the Ram with non-perishable items at the Fire & Ice celebration on February 17, 2024 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Thank you to our partners at Peel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat Port Credit!

Port Credit – Canada Day Parade Road Closures

By Events, Ward 1

The Paint the Town Red Committee has requested the following road closures for their Canada Day Parade in Port Credit.

Monday, July 1, 2024

Lakeshore Road – Front St to Shaw Drive – 10:00am to 2:00pm

Port Street – St.Lawrence Ave to Stavebank Road – 8:00am to 1:00pm (for parade staging)

Seneca Avenue – Lakeshore Road to Forest Avenue – 10:00am to 2:00pm

Applications are now OPEN for the Lakeview Artisan Market!

By Announcement, Events, Ward 1

CreativeHub 1352 is now accepting applications for vendors for the third season of Lakeview Artisan Market, running indoors at the historic Small Arms Inspection Building.

The Market runs bi-weekly on Sundays beginning May 26, complimenting the weekly indoors and outdoors Lakeview Farmers’ Market. With weekly buskers, art programs, and more, we are dedicated to creating a unique experience for visitors and vendors alike.

In 2023, the Lakeview Artisan and Farmers’ Markets saw over 30,000 visitors!

Apply before February 22 for a special offer