After a great deal of detective work, many conversations with the Province and strong cooperation from Brampton, a public meeting was held September 18, 2018 to announce the construction will begin Spring 2019 at a cost of $40 million dollars shared between the two cities. FINALLY!
Excitement around the Hershey Centre! The long and beneficial relationship with the Hershey Company will come to an end this July. The new sponsor for the arena and facilities around it will be Paramount Fine Foods. A massive new sign will be installed on the arena and all the catering will be taken over by … Continue Reading
The next four years will see Malton progress, modernize and amaze- including this $40m rebuild of Paul Coffey Park. Click HERE for more details.
Possibly the most exciting announcement involves conversion of the abandoned Lincoln Alexander SS swimming pool into a full Youth Hub. Closed seven years ago when the new Community Centre opened across the road, the City-owned building on Peel Board land has had its doors chained, waiting for just the right proposal for the more than … Continue Reading
As Mississauga’s older adult population grows, there will be those in need of financial assistance. The City of Mississauga offers many assistance programs for older adults, including programs for low-income seniors. These programs include: • Property Tax Rebate Program • Stormwater Subsidy Program • Yard Maintenance Subsidy Program • Active Assist Program • Driveway Windrow … Continue Reading
After years of promises, multiple delays and a fair share of mysetery, a Contract is being awarded in the amount of over $40 million to finally build the Goreway Bridge. Delays have driven the costs up by $19 million. The Brampton City staff are the lead on this project. Goreway over the CN tracks will … Continue Reading
A Freedom Pass allows youth ages 12 to 14 to ride MiWay for free and swim for free at City-run pools all summer long. The pass, a partnership between the City’s Transit and Recreation divisions, can be used from July 1 to August 31, 2018. Applications are available at mississauga.ca/freedompass starting May 1. Bring a … Continue Reading
Summer is back and Celebration Square has something for everyone. Outdoor movies, fitness classes on the lawn, children’s theatre and farmer’s markets and best of all – it’s all free. Enjoy events and festivals every weekend, all summer long. Canada Day will feature live concerts with internationally-renowned Canadian recording artists and local musicians. Enjoy over … Continue Reading
Over 200 Free Events at the Malton Community Centre from May 1-7th. Click on the link below to view a full list of scheduled events: MCC NYAW Flyer
Now that spring rains are here, residents often start thinking about stormwater around their home. Many have questions about how the City manages stormwater from rain events. The City’s stormwater system carries stormwater away from homes and businesses to keep people, properties and the natural environment safe. There are many parts to this complex system … Continue Reading
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
Are you looking to apply for a job with the City of Mississauga? Are you interested in volunteer opportunities within the community? Do you need help with building a resume and cover letter? Malton Community Centre’s Youth group “I.M.P.A.C.T will be hosting their annual Youth Job/Volunteer fair from 3PM-5PM in the gymnasium on Wednesday, April … Continue Reading
With Malton home to some of the poorest residents and high-risk youth, the Region of Peel will consider converting the now-dormant Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool into a community development hub. “We need something serious out there,” said Mississauga Ward 5 Coun. Carolyn Parrish, who brought the idea to regional council last Thursday, April … Continue Reading
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
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
On Thursday, April 6th, Councillor Parrish put a motion forward at Regional Council to hire a consulting firm to design and outline costs of coverting Lincoln Alexander Secondary School’s unused swimming pool into a Youth Centre. With over 8,000 square feet on the ground floor for a drop-in centre with computers, music, television, card tables, … Continue Reading
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
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.
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
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