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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

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 mississauga.ca/budget. 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

What is the Ontario Fire Code and How Does it Apply to Mississauga Property Owners

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) want all property owners to understand how the Ontario Fire Code applies to them and their property. MFES inspects properties (homes and businesses) to keep the community safe, prevent the risk of fire and ensure residents comply with the Ontario Fire Code. “The code is provincial law with clearly … Continue Reading

Mississauga Ready to Make City Roads Safe this Winter

Resident safety is our priority every winter season and the City of Mississauga is prepared to keep traffic moving this winter. We are ready to clear 5,600 lane kilometres of roads; 1,400 lane kilometres of priority sidewalks; 3,700 bus stops and over 1,000 pedestrian crossings. Lane kilometres are calculated based on the plowing or salting … Continue Reading

Changes to Animal Care and Control By-law Improve Animal Welfare

Mississauga City Council approved amendments to the Animal Care and Control By-law at today’s meeting. These By-law changes formally recognize not-for-profit animal rescue organizations and provide clarity regarding trap, neuter, return (TNR) programs that manage feral cat populations. “These changes allow the City’s Animal Services to partner with approved organizations who operate rescue and foster … Continue Reading

Parking Matters Mississauga

The City of Mississauga wants your help as we study citywide parking. This study, called Parking Matters, will help make future decisions about parking across the City. As our City continues to grow and evolve, our community parking needs are changing. All kinds of parking are being reviewed in the study including: on-street and off-street … Continue Reading

Mayor’s Youth Employment Expo 2017

Meet a variety of employers in an exhibition-like setting to learn more about their employment, volunteer and co-op opportunities among others. Event Details What: Mayor’s Youth Employment Expo 2017 When: Sunday, November 19th, 2017 Time: 12 PM – 1 PM – Workshops 1 PM – 4 PM – Employment Expo Where: Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 … Continue Reading

Mississauga SportZone Celebrates its 10th Anniversary

The Mississauga SportZone is celebrating its 10th anniversary. On Saturday, November 18, residents are invited to stop by the facility for pizza, cake, information booths and tours. An official ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. What: Mississauga SportZone 10th Anniversary Celebration Who: Ward 5 Councillor Carolyn Parrish Members of Council Dignitaries and special guests Date/Time: … Continue Reading

Lest We Forget – City of Mississauga Honours Remembrance Day

MISSISSAUGA – This Remembrance Day, the City of Mississauga encourages residents to pause and reflect on the sacrifices veterans made in times of conflict for the freedoms we enjoy today. The City will host a Civic Centre Remembrance Day Ceremony, share information for local ceremonies online, live stream the National Remembrance Day Service in Ottawa … Continue Reading