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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

Malton Black Development Association: 40th Annual Scholarship Awards Dinner

Members of the Malton Black Development Association are celebrating 40 years of community service and growth in Malton. They are holding their special event on Saturday, April 28th and invite everyone to pay tribute to the hardworking and committed students and community members of Malton. Tickets are on sale now. View the official poster here: MBDA … Continue Reading

Yard Waste Collection Starts This Week – Special Notice for Malton Residents

Residents in the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga and urban areas in the Town of Caledon are advised that yard waste collection starts the week of Monday, March 12. Residents in rural areas of Caledon will have their yard waste picked up on designated Fridays. Residents are encouraged to visit and use When Does It Go … Continue Reading

Community Engagement Meeting Tonight: Adequate Heating By-Law

The Enforcement Division for the City of Mississauga is hosting a Community Workshop this evening at Frank McKechnie Community Centre from 7pm to 8:30pm. They are looking for ideas from tenants, property managers, owners and contractors on recommendations for the Adequate Heat By-Law. Reviewing the by-law will help ensure that landlords are flexible when regulating … Continue Reading

Free Youth Skate at Paul Coffey Arena

Malton’s youth group, Igniting Malton Peers and Communities Together or I.M.P.A.C.T is hosting a Free Skate for kids ages 12-19 years old on Saturday, March 17th from 4pm to 6pm at Paul Coffey Arena. There will be a live DJ and free hot chocolate! This is one of the last free skates of the season … Continue Reading

Nominations for Civic Awards Recognition

Nominations are now open for the City of Mississauga’s 2018 Civic Awards of Recognition. Starting today, until April 30, you can nominate outstanding individuals, community groups and businesses whose work makes Mississauga a great place to be. This year, in addition to community volunteering and achievements in sports and the arts, the City will recognize … Continue Reading

Food Trucks Coming To An Area Near You

Mississauga is launching a one-year pilot program that would see food trucks serving residents in nine parks throughout the city! The pilot begins May 1, 2018 and continue through to April 30, 2019. Food trucks will be permitted onsite during regular park hours 7am-11pm. The nine participating parks are: Jack Darling Memorial Park (1180 Lakeshore … Continue Reading

Free Tax Clinics

Tax preparation clinics, supported by the Region of Peel and Canada Revenue Agency, enable people experiencing low income a free effective means to complete their taxes on time for free. Clinics will be held throughout March and April. Advanced registration is required. For more information, please visit Peel Tax Preparation Clinics.

MiWay Service Changes Improve Connections and Schedules

MiWay has heard customer feedback and is implementing service changes beginning on Monday, February 26 that will improve service, frequency and GO connections on some routes. Customers travelling on Route 29 Park Royal-Homelands and Route 38 Creditview will experience improved connections to GO stations. MiWay is also adding additional trips to match customer demand on … Continue Reading

Iconic Mississauga Sports Complex Gets New Name As of July 1

The City of Mississauga’s iconic sports complex, currently called the Hershey Centre, will soon bear a new name and logo. The multi-purpose sports arena and entertainment venue will undergo a name change just shy of its 20th anniversary. Hershey Canada Inc. decided not to renew the naming rights agreement set to expire on June 30, … Continue Reading

City of Mississauga Flood Warning

The City of Mississauga has experienced substantial rainfall over the last 24 hours and the weather forecast is predicting an additional 20 millimetres of rainfall before the end of day Wednesday, February 21. Water levels will continue to rise in response to the rain and melting snow. Ice in the Credit River may begin to … Continue Reading

Happy Family Day!

Our City offices will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2017 for Family Day. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, February 20. Parking is extended from 8 a.m. to midnight.

Mississauga’s Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT) starts on April 1, 2018

The City of Mississauga will introduce a four per cent Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT) effective April 1, 2018. Council approved the new tax which will apply to stays for a continuous period of 30 days or less in a motel, hotel, lodge, inn, bed and breakfast, dwelling unit or any place that provides accommodation. Online … Continue Reading

City to Install Innovative Dog Waste Containers in Mississauga Parks

The City of Mississauga is launching a one-year pilot program that will convert dog waste into renewable energy and fertilizer. Fifteen in-ground dog waste containers will be installed across eight City parks including the Animal Services facility this spring. “Dog waste is frequently placed in recycling bins in City parks where it contaminates the entire … Continue Reading

On-Street Parking is Suspended during Snow Operations

Parked cars on City streets reduce the ability of our winter crews to efficiently clear roads. You can help by removing parked cars from the street when it snows to give equipment space to work. An on-street parking restriction is in effect in Mississauga year-round between 2 to 6 a.m. Parked or stopped vehicles that … Continue Reading

Winter Maintenance Operations

This is just a reminder of the City of Mississauga’s snow plow operations. Please drive carefully in these conditions and be patient of others. The City clears and salts roads, priority sidewalks, bus stops and pedestrian crossings within 12-36 hours after the end of a snowstorm. Back to back storms will extend this timing. Winter … Continue Reading

City Recognizes Traffic Safety in Schools

Congratulations were in order today for four Mississauga schools and one principal who were recognized by Mississauga City Council for their commitment to traffic and student safety around their schools. The Wilde Wood Award and the Dr. Arthur Wood Award are presented annually by the Traffic Safety Council to schools and individuals who have advocated … Continue Reading

Know What’s Available to You

There are many financial assistance programs that are available to all residents of Mississauga and/or Peel who qualify. We have compiled a list of available programs, including some provincial, for your convenience. Click the PDF below for programs: Financial Assistance and Programs

Texting Scam: Alectra warns residents

Alectra is warning Mississauga customers about a new texting scam that has risen, asking to click a link within the text for a hydro refund. The link then prompts you to choose your financial institution in order to “deposit your refund”. This is fraudulent. Do not provide any personal banking information.  Alectra will not send … Continue Reading