By August 25, 2022Issues, Resources, Ward 1

Construction Work: On or after August 25 to September 9, 2022

Project Overview

The City of Mississauga will be installing a new asphalt sidewalk along the south side of Caterpillar Road, from Dixie Road to the east end.
This year the construction industry is experiencing significant delays in obtaining underground utility locations and supply chain disruptions. Material shortages have caused unforeseen delays to the commencement of construction. The City and Contractor are working together to ensure the construction dates noted above are met.

What to Expect During Construction

Driveway access to properties will remain open during construction, but in order to complete curb, sidewalk and/or driveway repairs, it might be necessary to temporarily limit access to your area walkways and entrances. Please notify us if you have any special requirements, comments or issues.
There will be some construction related dust, noise and traffic delays. The City will make every effort to reduce the impacts. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.

Work Hours
Work will occur between 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Traffic and Pedestrians

One vehicle lane on the south side of Caterpillar Road will be temporarily closed to traffic daily, from Dixie Road to the east end. Please follow traffic signage posted on-site.

Sidewalks / Multi-Use Trail
Existing walkway on the south side of Caterpillar Road might be temporarily impacted during construction. Please follow signage posted on-site.


On-street parking will not be available at this time.

Restoration Works
The construction site will be restored with sod after construction has been completed. We encourage you to water the sod, when replaced, to ensure proper growth.

Utility Disruptions
There is a potential for temporary disruptions to utilities (i.e. gas, hydro, water, telecommunications and cable TV). Every effort will be made to promptly restore service if impacted during construction activities.

Irrigation Heads/Sprinkler Lines
Irrigation heads, sprinkler lines and/or other private fixtures (including decorative fencing) that may interfere with repairs located on City’s property must be removed by residents and/or private property owners prior to construction. Irrigation heads and sprinkler lines and/or other fixtures will not be reinstalled by the City and the City accepts no responsibility for any damages to private fixtures placed on City property.

Future updates will be provided should there be changes to the project.

Project Information:

Field Ambassador
Marcela Colangelo

Project Manager
Cynthia Urdaneta
905-615-3200, ext. 3128


Construction Inquiries:

City Inspector
Manny De Sousa
905-615-3200 ext. 3963


General Inquiries:

Please call 3-1-1


Thank you for your patience and cooperation during construction