On Wednesday, April 6, the City of Mississauga is holding a live, virtual information session on how we’re tackling the housing crisis in our City and working to make housing more affordable.
Residents will learn about the actions Mississauga is taking to create more housing supply and make it more affordable. The session will also address the City’s concerns with approaches to housing affordability and planning, as proposed by the Province’s Housing Affordability Task Force, which could significantly change Mississauga neighbourhoods without making housing more affordable.
The event will include a Question & Answer session.
Housing Affordability Information Session
Mayor Bonnie Crombie
Members of Council
Paul Mitcham, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer
Andrew Whittemore, Commissioner, Planning and Building
Shari Lichterman, Commissioner of Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer
Jodi Robillos, Commissioner of Community Services
Geoff Wright, Commissioner of Transportation and Works
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Virtual information session. Ways to participate:
- Register online to attend the information session and ask questions. Participants will receive a confirmation email with meeting information and instructions after registering.
- Watch the livestream on the City’s website. Registration is not required.
- If you are unable to attend the live session, the meeting will be recorded and posted on the City’s Housing Affordability webpage following the event.
For more information, visit Mississauga’s Housing Affordability web page.