Calling all Green Thumbs! Help Mississauga Bloom by Donating Seeds to the Seed Library 

By Events, Resources, Ward 1

March 1, 2021

Spring is approaching and with it, the return of Mississauga Library’s seventh annual Seed Library program. As part of this program, Mississauga residents can donate seeds, grow their gardening skills in online workshops and order seeds free of charge to plant. Thanks to seed donations from the community, seed packages were distributed to over 550 residents across the city in 2020, helping them experience the joy of growing their own plants, fruit, vegetables and herbs. Read More

Small Arms Inspection Building Redevelopment Project Survey

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

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

Call for Nominations: COVID Heroes Program Recognizes Remarkable People, Businesses and Groups in Mississauga

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Ward 1

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

Lakeshore East Corridor Study – Community Meeting Materials and Survey

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Resources, Ward 1

Many thanks to all who attended the Tuesday Feb 23 virtually community meeting!

We received great questions and many comments.  We are preparing responses to those questions received that we could not get to at the meeting.  When ready, we will post these responses on the project website, Q&A tab.

If you were unavailable for the meeting or if you have additional comments, you may review the meeting materials on the project website and complete a project survey by March 16, 2021.

Thank you for being engaged!