Planning & Development

Community Virtual Meeting – 0 Park St E Proposed Development – Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.

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

May 6, 2022

Dear Resident,

Re: Ward 1 – Community Virtual Meeting0 Park Street East (Port Credit GO Station Parking Lot), OZ 22-10 W1, TM 22-02 W1

The City of Mississauga has received development applications from Edenshaw Queen Developments Limited at 0 Park Street East (Port Credit GO Station Parking Lot).

In order to implement their plans, the applicant is proposing to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law to permit a 42 storey and a 40 storey condominium apartment building with 1,765 m2 (19,000 ft2) of ground and second floor commercial space, proposing 1,139 dwelling units. The community virtual meeting I am hosting is being held to provide residents with more information and to have a transparent discussion on the proposed development. Read More

Community Virtual Meeting – 1205 Cawthra Road, 738 Atwater Avenue, 1225 Yeadon Place – Proposed Development – Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

April 29, 2022

Dear Resident,

Re: Community Virtual Meeting 

1205 Cawthra Road, 738 Atwater Avenue, 1225 Yeadon Place 

Committee of Adjustment for the City of Mississauga has received an application from Korgold Development Corporation to permit three apartment buildings (two 8-storey buildings and one 9-storey building) on the property located at the southeast corner of Cawthra Road and Atwater Avenue. Read More

What is a Major Transit Station Area in Mississauga? Join our Information Session

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

Major Transit Station Areas (MTSA) are mixed-use, transit-supportive neighbourhoods that provide easy access to local amenities, jobs, housing and recreation opportunities. MTSAs generally include lands within a 10-minute walk (500-800 metres) of a rapid transit station or stop. They are located primarily along existing or planned transit corridors (e.g. GO Train, Light Rail Transit, Bus Rapid Transit).

Why MTSAs are important

As Mississauga continues to grow, the Province of Ontario is directing this growth to areas that can support it. This includes MTSAs in Mississauga.

The City has been developing its own detailed MTSA policies to align with the Provincial and Regional requirements. These policies will address MTSA specific height requirements, land uses, minimum densities and other policies.

Learn more about how this affects Mississauga

The City is hosting an online information session on April 26, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. to present the proposed city-wide MTSA policies and how they will work with other related City projects.

Learn more and register for the meeting at

Get Engaged: Join our April 6 Housing Supply and Affordability Information Session

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

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. Read More

Mississauga Concerned by Ontario Housing Task Force Recommendations

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

Like many municipalities, Mississauga is facing a housing crisis. Costs continue to climb and too many people are being priced out of the market. In response to the housing crisis, the Government of Ontario commissioned a Housing Affordability Task Force to make recommendations about how to address housing supply and affordability.

While the City of Mississauga supports building more housing, we are concerned that the recommendations in the Task Force miss the mark. In fact, if the recommendations are implemented as currently written, they could have a devastating effect on our neighbourhoods without making housing more affordable.

Many of the recommendations are a ‘one-size fits all’ for the entire province and could make our neighbourhoods look like this:

Mississauga supports infill development and greater density in our neighbourhoods, but where it makes sense and with proper consultation through the local planning process. One-size-fits-all housing solutions just won’t work. Public consultation and local planning is important. We want to plan our communities together.

Tell Your MPP to Protect Local Communities The City’s response to the Task Force recommendations has been shared with the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to consider before introducing legislation.

The City does not support recommendations that:

· Limit public consultation on future developments

· Lower design standards and erase heritage

· Reduce our ability to plan our city in our own way

· Create a financial risk for the development of new infrastructure and parkland in our city and put the burden for growth on existing taxpayers If you want to take action, tell your MPP that one-size-fits-all planning doesn’t work. More public input is needed before final decisions are made.

Mississauga has a plan to build more housing and make housing more affordable. Learn more at

In Person and Virtual Public Meeting – RECOMMENDATION REPORT NOTICE – Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

In Person and Virtual Public Meeting
City of Mississauga
Wards 1-11
Parking Regulations Study
File: BL.01-PAR

BL.09-PAR – Notice

City’s Proposal:
To consider changes to the Mississauga Zoning By-law regarding off-street parking requirements (e.g., parking on private and public properties as a result of new development or re-development). The purpose of the amendments is to revise policies for parking supply and to update the vehicle parking regulations in the Zoning By-law based on a parking precinct approach as recommended in the City’s Parking Master Plan and Implementation Strategy and the Parking Regulations Study. Read More

Lakeshore Corridor Transportation Improvements

By Events, Issues, Planning & Development, Ward 1

The Lakeshore Transportation Studies include three infrastructure projects in the Lakeview, Port Credit and Clarkson communities that build from the 2019 Lakeshore Connecting Communities Transportation Master Plan. Each project requires a specific type of environmental review.

1. Lakeshore Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Study

The City of Mississauga is developing the preliminary design and completing the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) for the Lakeshore Bus Rapid Transit Project (BRT). The Lakeshore BRT is planned to run for two kilometres along Lakeshore Road from the Etobicoke Creek to East Avenue. This project has received funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) and will have an expedited timeline for development. Learn more about the ICIP funding granted to the City of Mississauga.

Learn more about the Lakeshore BRT Study and the TPAP.

2. Lakeshore Complete Street Study

The City is also developing the preliminary design and completing the Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for Lakeshore Road and Royal Windsor Drive. This study will consider a ‘Complete Street’ approach to improve the experience for people travelling along the Lakeshore corridor from East Avenue to the Oakville border.

Learn more about the Lakeshore Complete Street Study and the Schedule C Class EA.

3. New Credit River Active Transportation Bridge Study

The City is developing the preliminary design and completing the Schedule B Class EA for a new Active Transportation bridge over the Credit River north of Lakeshore Road. This bridge will enhance mobility across the river for people walking, rolling and cycling.

Learn more about the Credit River Active Transportation Bridge and the Schedule B Class EA.

The map below shows the study areas for each of the three projects that make up the Lakeshore Transportation Studies.

Public engagement

Public and stakeholder consultation is an essential component of the Lakeshore Transportation Studies.

The first community meeting for the three projects that make up the Lakeshore Transportation Studies was held virtually on September 28, 2021. A virtual open house was also available on-demand from September 2 through September 30, 2021.

The second round of public engagement will soon begin with the launch of a new virtual open house. Visit this page from March 21 to April 8, 2022, to review the latest project information and provide feedback. View the notice.

Information about upcoming meetings will be posted online and shared with the community as soon as available.

Click here to Register for the second Community Meeting on March 30 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.