• COVID-19

    The City of Mississauga is providing support throughout the evolving COVID-19 crisis. We’re working on a coordinated response to the virus with Peel Public Health and government partners. The website link below provides the latest information on topics related to COVID-19.

    For more information, visit: https://web.mississauga.ca/city-of-mississauga-news/covid-19/

  • Vacuum Leaf Collection Program – Dec 18

    Both City and contractor crews have been working hard all week trying to collect as many leaves as they can. Crews have completed all YELLOW zones and are currently working in the BLUE zones. We are approximately 50% complete in our BLUE zones and based on the pace of the operation, we hope to complete by the end of the week weather permitting. The GREEN zones will commence after that. The yards are working collaboratively to complete the areas as efficiently as possible.

    Temperatures are dropping severely Wednesday into Thursday and then warming back up for the weekend. With this, crews will not be working on the VLCP tomorrow. Our City trucks will be converted back over for winter operations by the end of the week ensuring we are ready for any snow related events.

    Our contractors will continue working Friday and until at least Monday. Our contractors have committed to assist with the VLCP into next year, weather permitting.

    I know many of you took advantage of the extended yard waste pick up this past week.

    Again, we appreciate your patience as we work through the vacuum leaf pick up challenges this year.

  • Ward 2 Family Fun Day – May 11th!

  • Regional Governance Review Town Hall – May 1st

    You are invited to a joint town hall meeting regarding the Regional Governance Review announced by the Provincial Government.

    Who: Councillor Ras (Ward 2) and Councillor Dasko (Ward 1)

    What: Regional Governance Townhall meeting for Ward 1 & 2 residents

    When: Wednesday, May 1st, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

    Where: Port Credit Royal Canadian Legion – 35 Front Street West

    Format: Presentation by Janice Baker, City Manager and CAO for the City of Mississauga followed by q and a.

    Note: The Province is currently seeking public input from the cities and residents that could be impacted by any regional government changes. The public consultation period has been extended from April 23rd to May 21st. You can participate by providing comments at this link: https://www.ontario.ca/page/regional-government-review

  • Lakeshore / Royal Windsor Multi-Use Trail Update (As of April 10, 2019)

    1. The bridge / boardwalk installation over the main branch of Birchwood Creek is progressing well. The helical piles have been installed and the contractor is scheduled to backfill the east abutment in the coming days.

    2. The west abutment is scheduled to be installed a later date after all sections of the bridge are in place except the end west one in order to maintain machinery access due to the challenging site conditions. The contractors will be accessing the site for this work from Clarkson Rd.

    3. TNPL (trans-northern pipeline) is scheduled to mobilize for their integrity dig this week. They will occupy the corridor site between Woodeden Dr. and Indian Rd. for 4-6 weeks..

    4. Our contractor will return to Ward 2 to finish the trail construction after all work by 3rd parties is completed (such as the above noted work and Clarkson Park).

    5. All outstanding trails in Ward 2 are scheduled to be completed after the schools close for the summer break (to minimize the public disturbance, impacts on school accesses and to avoid extra costs).

    6. It is anticipated that the Birchwood Creek bridge over the main branch will be completed in May 2019 with the trail section (Clarkson Rd. and Ravine Dr.) opening in July 2019.

    7. The Birchwood Creek bridge installation over the secondary creek branch (behind Lorne Park Library) is scheduled for June 2019 with the trail section opening in July – August 2019 (section between Truscott Dr. and Whiteoaks Ave.)

    8. The new Turtle Creek bridge section between Clarkson Rd. and Southdown Rd. is anticipated to be opened in July 2019.

    9. The new Sheridan Creek bridge section between Bromsgrove Rd. and Southdown Rd. is anticipated to be opened in July-August 2019.

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