On Tuesday, June 6, the City is hosting a public information session about the future of Paul Coffey Park. The City is developing a Master Plan and is looking to the Malton community to share their ideas and thoughts to create a common vision for the park. Recognized as a valued asset in Malton, redevelopment of the park will build on the success of the redeveloped arena to bring the community together.


Paul Coffey Park Public Information Meeting

Carolyn Parrish, Councillor, Ward 5
Malton residents and local business owners and operators
City staff

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
7 to 9 p.m.

Paul Coffey Arena
3430 Derry Rd. E.
Mississauga, ON

For more information about the Paul Coffey Park Master Plan, visit mississauga.ca/paulcoffeypark or email paulcoffeypark@mississauga.ca to subscribe and receive email updates about the project.

Paul Coffey Park (formerly Wildwood Park) is a multi-faceted community park in Malton. Heavily used by residents, sports groups, cultural and ethnic groups, the park spans approximately 45.5 ha. Acquired by the City in 1965, the park has undergone considerable challenges including substantial loss of its tree canopy due to insect infestation.