Please note that the above was postponed and will be preparing the site for upcoming filming of a TV series “Locke & Key” at Lakefront Promenade Park (800 Lakefront Promenade) from January 18 – 22, 2021; 7:00am – 7:00pm each day.
Mississauga continues to grow. The Province of Ontario is directing this growth to areas that can support it. These areas include Major Transit Station Areas (MTSAs) in Peel and Mississauga.
MTSAs are lands generally within a 500-800 metre radius (a 10 minute-walk) of a transit station or stop, primarily located along existing or planned transit corridors (e.g. GO Train, Light Rail Transit, Bus Rapid Transit). We need to plan for expanded communities built around transit to bring about places where people can live and easily travel to the places they work, play and learn. Read More
Taking a partnership approach to deliver vaccinations safely, widely and quickly to as many residents as possible who can and want to be vaccinated.
The Region of Peel, together with health system and community partners, is ramping up its preparation for a mass roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations in Peel. A framework for the Peel’s Community Mass Vaccination Plan, presented at Regional Council today, provides high-level details on how the vaccine will be administered to Peel residents in the coming months. Read More
This week, the Government of Ontario declared a second Provincial Emergency and will be issuing stay-at-home order and enhanced public health and workplace safety measures for all of Ontario. The combination of measures will come into effect between Tuesday, January 12, 2021 and Thursday, January 14, 2021. Read More
Residents in Peel are reminded that as of February 8, the additional 2-bag limit for excess garbage will end. Residents must purchase garbage tags to dispose of excess garbage.
Garbage tags can be ordered by phone only by calling 905-791-9499.
As a reminder:
The Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) relining process involves the use of a plastic resin impregnated fibre within an existing pipe to create a new pipe. The process allows for the repair of sewer pipes without extensive excavation that can be disruptive to local communities and businesses. As part of the lining process, the effected sanitary sewer service will be out of service (plugged) for approximately (7) hours. This temporary interruption allows for the pipe to be repaired without digging up the street. We ask residents: Read More
January 13, 2021
Today, General Committee discussed the 2021 Property Tax Deferral program as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The application-based program will allow eligible residential and business property owners to apply to defer their property tax payments in 2021. As of January 1, 2021, all regular property tax billings, collections, application fees and charges have resumed to the normal schedule, including late payment charges. If eligible resident or business property owners need more time to pay their property taxes, they can apply to the deferral program to have their payments deferred to December 15, 2021.
To be eligible for the 2021 Property Tax Deferral program, property owners will need to provide a COVID-related reason for their financial hardship such as extreme revenue loss, loss of employment, business closure, prolonged suspension of pay, insolvency and/or bankruptcy. Additionally, eligible property owners cannot have any tax arrears (property tax debt) prior to March 2020.
“As a municipal government, we are doing what we can to provide financial assistance to ease the burden on families and business owners who are facing financial challenges under the current circumstances,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “We are doing the best we can to support our property owners by deferring taxes for those who need it most.”
As in 2020, Council has agreed to move forward in offering tax deferrals for Mississauga residents and businesses who continue to experience financial difficulties.
“In 2020, we learned that most tax payers continued to pay on time, however some had difficulties. We are uncertain about how long the pandemic will continue to affect the community in 2021. As many face struggles like job loss, business closures and bankruptcy, this new deferral program provides eligible property owners with more flexibility and convenience,” said Paul Mitcham, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer. “With the December 15 deadline in place, eligible property owners can decide when and how to make their tax payments throughout the year.”
“For those who are eligible for the program, the total taxes billed for 2021 would need to be paid by the due date. Applicants will still be able to make periodic payments throughout the year against the balance of taxes owing depending on their own financial situation,” said Gary Kent, Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner, Corporate Services. “It’s the responsibility of the property owner to ensure their 2021 property taxes are paid by December 15.”
If property owners owe taxes from 2020 or previous years, late payment fees will be charged until paid in full. Late payment charges on deferred 2021 taxes would not be applied until after December 15, 2021.
The 2021 Property Tax Deferral program will go to Council on January 20 for approval. Following Council approval, applications can be submitted online beginning in February until March 31, 2021.
More information about the 2021 Property Tax Deferral program.
January 13, 2021
This week, the Government of Ontario declared a second Provincial Emergency and will be issuing a stay-at-home order and enhanced public health and workplace safety measures for all of Ontario. The combination of measures will come into effect between Tuesday, January 12 and Thursday, January 14, 2021. Read More
Please be advised of a Water Service Interruption on January 16th, 2021. Region of Peel staff will be on site at 8:00 A.M at 1201 Breezy Brae Drive to replace a broken valve. The water will be shut off starting at approximately 8:00 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. The estimated time of water service resumption is 1:00 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. and will impact approximately 20 homes and a school, that is currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. Low volume local traffic will have a minor delay due to yielding to moving equipment.
The Ministry of Transportation, in partnership with Infrastructure Ontario, achieved the Financial Close stage with the private consortium (“EDCO”) selected to design and construct the QEW Credit River Improvement Project on December 15, 2020. EDCO has released a notice that the Design and Construction Report (DCR) #2 for the Project has been prepared and will be available for a 30-day public review period between January 4 and February 3, 2021, in accordance with the approved planning process for a Group ‘B’ project under the MTO Class EA.
Date: and Time: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: 771 Montbeck Crescent, Mississauga
Montbeck Crescent:# 711
Byngmount Avenue: #’s 729, 725, 719, 790, 703, 699, 695, 691, 689, and 722
January 12, 2021
Date: and Time: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: 32 Maple Avenue South, Mississauga
Addresses Affected: Maple Avenue:
#’s 29, 33, 35, 56, 50, 48, 46, 44, 42, 40, 38, 36, 34, 32 and 30