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Hurontario Light Rail Transit 2017 Update

The Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT) Project led by Metrolinx in partnership with the Cities of Mississauga and Brampton reached significant milestones in 2017. Infrastructure Ontario announced the short-listed consortiums on June 6, 2017 and followed with request for proposals for the HuLRT project on August 17, 2017 to the three pre-qualified teams. 2018 will see … Continue Reading

City Extends On-Street Parking and Overnight Restrictions to Year Round

Today at General Committee, staff from the City’s Transportation and Works Department shared recommendations through a corporate report, that daily overnight parking restrictions be introduced from 2 to 6 a.m. and that on-street parking increase from three hours to five hours under the City’s Traffic By-law (555-00). “Parking needs are changing in Mississauga. As the city … Continue Reading

City of Mississauga’s 2017/2018 Holiday Hours of Operation

City of Mississauga administrative offices will be closed on Monday, December 25, 2017 and will reopen on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. A number of City services will operate on a holiday schedule during this time. A list of City services and hours of operation during the closure is available in the 2017/2018 Holiday Hours Schedule.

Report Recommends Regulation of Short-Term Accommodations in Mississauga

A staff report presented yesterday to City of Mississauga’s Planning and Development Committee recommends amendments to the Zoning By-law to regulate short-term accommodations (STAs) in the City.  The recommendations include allowing STAs in all dwelling types that are primary residences, subject to conditions. The report also includes an update on responses from an online survey … Continue Reading

The City is set for Snow: Learn about Winter Maintenance Operations

The City of Mississauga is set for the 2014-2015 winter season.  Learn how the Winter Maintenance Program works and how you can stay up-to-date as the snow flies. “We encourage residents to stay informed of snow clearing and salting operations to help plan ahead for travel and activities,” said Geoff Wright, director, Works Operations & … Continue Reading

MiWay to Begin Servicing Renforth Station Nov. 22

As of November 22, MiWay customers will be able to travel along the full 18 kilometre Mississauga Transitway from Winston Churchill in the west to Renforth Station – the final station in the east. MiWay will service 12 stations along the dedicated bus corridor from west-east: Winston Churchill, Erin Mills, City Centre Transit Terminal, Central … Continue Reading

Mississauga’s 2018 Budget Discussions Now Underway

Today, staff presented the City’s Budget Committee with an overview of the proposed 2018 Business Plan and Budget. Andrew Grantham, CIBC’s Senior Economist provided an economic outlook for the City as part of the overview. Grantham noted in his remarks, “That while growth in Canada is expected to remain modest, the City is well positioned … Continue Reading

PHOTOS: First glimpses of proposed new park in Mississauga

Even though the weather is getting colder, there’s never a bad time to talk about parks. Mississauga, after all, is always thirsty for more and better greenspaces. Insauga recently reported that the park next to the Paul Coffey Arena in Malton was getting a bit of a makeover, and residents were invited to provide their input and … Continue Reading

Community Police Station Update

The proposal to close our community police station at Westwood Square was arrived at without consultation with the community, the owners of the mall, or your councillor. It was based on a reduction in crime for the area surrounding the mall, a desire to redeploy the three officers out into the community and in a … Continue Reading

Now Available Online – Mississauga’s Proposed 2018 Business Plan and Budget

Residents can view the City of Mississauga’s 2018 proposed Business Plan and Budget online at It describes program and service enhancements for 2018 and how they will be financed. Highlights The total proposed 2018 operating budget is $819.2 million. This amount is offset by revenue from various sources (e.g., transit fares and recreation fees) … Continue Reading