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  • City leash- free zones

    October 17, 2019 Parks, Forestry, and Environment are currently reviewing the Parks By-law and are looking to solicit feedback from residents regarding items related to City leash- free zones and dog walker permits.  In 2014, staff consulted with the public on these issues and implemented the following: A dog walker permit process that allowed a commercial dog walker to have 5 to 8 dogs in their care at one time. […]

  • Slower Residential Street Speed Limits will Roll in One Neighbourhood at a Time

    October 3, 2019 Yesterday, members of General Committee supported amendments to the Traffic By-law that will gradually lower speeds on residential streets from 50 to 40-kilometres per hour (km/h). This year, 10 neighbourhoodsacross the City will have their speed limits reduced to 40 km/h. This amendment to the City’s Traffic By-law addresses the actions in the Transportation Master Plan related to safety goals to achieve Vision Zero that include reducing […]

  • Help Shape the City’s New Economic Development Strategy

    October 7, 2019 Mississauga residents are invited to help shape the City’s new Economic Development Strategy by completing an online survey. The survey will help the City identify priority areas and address the changing economic climate. The five-year strategy will focus on attracting businesses, employment and investment opportunities to Mississauga. The last strategy was created 10 years ago and has helped Mississauga achieve many accolades including first overall mid-sized City […]

  • Peel offers curbside battery collection this fall

    BRAMPTON, ON (Oct. 7, 2019) – Residents who are saving their single-use household batteries, can place these out for curbside collection which runs from October 21 – November 1, 2019. Residents are encouraged to check their collection calendar at peelregion.ca/waste to find out their battery collection day or to sign up to receive free waste notification reminders. This collection service provides residents a convenient way to ensure that their batteries […]

  • You’re Invited! Provide Feedback on the 2020 MiWay Five Transit Service Plan

    October 8, 2019 This month, MiWay will be hosting five public information sessions as part of the MiWay Five Transit Service Plan (2016-2020) where participants can provide feedback on the proposed 2020 service changes in person or online. Some highlights of the 2020 service plan include: Implementing seamless connections with the new Kipling Station in Toronto (currently under construction); and Lisgar and Meadowvale area routing changes, integrating the New Churchill Meadows Community […]

  • How would you spend the City’s 2020 Budget?

    Sep 23, 2019 Mississauga’s online budget allocator for the proposed 2020 Budget is now available at 2020 Budget Allocator.   The online budget allocator lets residents test different spending options for a range of City services including recreation, library, transit, fire and emergency services and more by increasing or decreasing the budget for each service area all while maintaining a balanced budget.   Results received from the allocator by October 18, 2019 will […]

  • Weekly Yard Waste Collection Begins in Brampton and Mississauga – September 23, 2019

    BRAMPTON, ON. (September 23, 2019) – Weekly yard waste collection begins Monday, September 30, 2019 and runs until Friday, December 13, 2019 for residents in the cities of Brampton and Mississauga. Residents of the Town of Caledon will continue to receive bi-weekly yard waste collection on their scheduled days, while citizens living in rural areas of Caledon will have their yard waste picked up on designated Fridays. Yard waste must […]

  • New Planning and Development Committee Date for 55 Port Street

    Please be advised that an additional Planning and Development Committee meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 6:00 PM to consider the remaining item on the September 16, 2019 agenda. 4.7. RECOMMENDATION REPORT (WARD 1) Official Plan amendment and rezoning applications to permit a nine storey condominium apartment building with 35 units and one level of underground parking 55 Port Street East, south side of Port Street […]

  • You’re Invited! Have Your Say on the Draft Climate Change Action Plan

    September 18, 2019  The City of Mississauga has developed a draft Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) for public input. In recent years, Mississauga has seen increased seasonal flooding, ice storms and some of the hottest summers on record. The CCAP details actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare Mississauga for a changing global climate. Residents can provide input at one of three open houses. An online survey is also […]

  • Strong Financial Performance Highlights the City’s ‘AAA – Stable’ Credit Rating for the 16th Straight Year

    September 17, 2019 Citing the City of Mississauga’s “solid budgetary performance,” Standard and Poor’s Rating Services (S&P) has reaffirmed the City’s ‘AAA – Stable’ credit rating for the 16th straight year. The City’s outlook remains stable. In this year’s report, S&P stated, “The City of Mississauga benefits from a solid budgetary performance with high operating balances, very low debt levels and extremely high liquidity.” The report goes on to state […]