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Distracted Driving Collisions

All it takes is seconds of taking your eyes off the road while driving to have an accident. In fact, in Ontario, every 30 minutes a person is injured from distracted driving. The Ministry of Transportation reports that collisions caused from distracted driving have doubled since 2000. With those staggering stats, the City’s Road Safety … Continue Reading

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services is Turning 50 – Help us Celebrate!

Did you know that Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services is turning 50 this year? Join us for an official ceremony and community open house to celebrate this milestone anniversary. The fun starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. Help us reach our goal of filling a fire truck by donating a non-perishable food … Continue Reading

Celebrate Earth Day with Green Events in Ward 5

The City of Mississauga is celebrating Earth Days 2018 with a series of themed events happening across the city, such as 20-Minute Makeover, E-Waste and Textiles Collection, Litter Awareness Blitz, One Million Trees Earth Day Tree Plantings and various activities across library branches. The following events are taking place in Ward 5: Litter Awareness Blitz … Continue Reading

City of Mississauga Will Continue to Host Tour de Mississauga in 2018

Today, General Committee (GC) supported a recommendation that will see the City of Mississauga continue to host the Tour de Mississauga in 2018 in partnership with SustainMobility and the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC). “Since its start in 2007, The Tour de Mississauga has motivated thousands of residents to cycle and has become one of … Continue Reading

Notice: Good Friday Closure

City Hall and our office will be closed on Friday, March 29th. Regular office hours will resume Monday, April 2nd. Wishing everyone a safe and fun holiday weekend.

City Makes Changes to Community Groups Support Program Policy

The City of Mississauga has made changes to its Community Group Support Program Policy. Now referred to as the Community Group Registry Program, the revised policy helps support local non-profit community groups, including resident and ratepayers associations, minor sports associations and cultural groups to deliver programs and services within Mississauga. The policy revisions ensure better … Continue Reading

2018 Aerial Spray

The City of Mississauga is conducting an aerial spray between April 23 and June 10, 2018. Fall cankerworm and gypsy moth populations are at high levels. Trees in areas of the city are predicted to lose a lot of leaves. Aerial spraying has proven to be effective in lowering fall cankerworm and gypsy moth populations. … Continue Reading

Mississauga Employees Raise Incredible $221,605.40 for the United Way of Peel Region

The City of Mississauga presented the United Way of Peel Region with a cheque of $221,605.40 at Council today. The donation is part of the City’s annual employee campaign which has raised more than $3.5 million to date. “The United Way supports many local agencies who provide important services in our community, and I am … Continue Reading

Emergency Alerts on Your Smartphone

Starting April 2018, in addition to television and radio, emergency alerts will also be sent to compatible cell phones on LTE networks. This will allow you to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself, your family, property and environment. Alert Ready is part of a national service designed to deliver critical and potentially life-saving emergency … Continue Reading

Fire Damage Building at Bristol Rd E

Our office has received inquiries about a fire damaged building located at 30 Bristol Rd E. At this time, the property owners have received their demolition permit to reconstruct the building; however, they need to reconnect the power first. This will take approximately 7 weeks to complete. Once the power has been restored, the owners … Continue Reading