Show and Tell Cancelled due to Rain.
Show and Tell Cancelled due to Rain.
Sorry, the weather is not good. So we decided to re-schedule for
Sun July 18th
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Since the provincial government has put Peel region in lockdown. It is more important than ever to help out our local businesses at this time. Please shop local.
Earlier this year, we invited you to a workshop on a new way to classify Mississauga's streets. To gather feedback on this new approach, we have posted aStreet Classification Primer to the Changing Lanes website. Please take a look, share widely, and let us know if you have anything further to add.
We have also uploaded Phase 1 and Phase 2 engagement summaries to our website for your reference.
Please provide any feedback on the Street Classification Primer by July 16th, 2021.
If you have any questions or feedback, please contact:
T 905-615-3200 ext.5857
June 1, 2021
The City is hosting three virtual community meetings to discuss key directions of Mississauga’s Official Plan Review. Housing, growth, transportation and the environment will be the focus in this phase of public engagement.
Mississauga is reviewing its current Official Plan, which guides growth, to ensure it reflects the changing needs, opportunities and aspirations of the city. Since launching the Official Plan Review in June 2019, the City has conducted ongoing public consultation. Having reviewed the community feedback to date, this current phase of engagement focuses on confirming policy directions for environment, transportation and growth. Engagement for housing options will explore ideas from the community.
What & When:
Virtual community meetings to discuss our future city:
· What are the priorities for the environment and transportation?
Tuesday, June 15, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
· Where will major growth go?
Thursday, June 17, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
· How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods?
Wednesday, June 23, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
· Mississauga residents and property owners
· Business owners and employees
· Members of Council and City staff
· Register here or call 311. Registered participants will receive meeting instructions and background materials. If you are unable to attend, the meetings will be recorded and can be viewed following the sessions.
· Provide feedback or ask a question on the project engagement site.
To prepare for the meetings:
· Official Plan Review: Visit the project engagement site to review the research briefs, theme summaries and project engagement to date
· Housing: Help shape the conversation by taking the survey and sharing your ideas.Visit the Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhoods for more information
· Environment: For more information, see related studies including the Climate Change Action Plan
The City’s Official Plan policies address important parts of city-building that affect how the city grows, including transportation, housing, culture and heritage, the environment and the economy.
The Official Plan addresses:
The City launched the Official Plan Review at a Special Council meeting held on June 10, 2019. For more information and to sign up for email updates, visit the public engagement page.
January 21, 2021 – The City of Mississauga had drafted the Lakeshore Connecting Communities Plan to improve and increase mobility across our Lakeshore corridor. This funding announcement for the Lakeshore corridor is for the construction of a New Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor along Lakeshore Road in Mississauga that includes three stations. The construction is for a dedicated two-way bus rapid transit corridor on Lakeshore Road East and Deta Road, as well as separated bike lanes and sidewalks. It will help support the growth outlined in the City’s Official Plan and Local Area Plan. The Bus Rapid Transit component from East Avenue to Deta Road was submitted for consideration to the Federal and Provincial Governments as a part of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Plan (ICIP).
As the Ward 1 Councillor for this project, Stephen Dasko applauds the decision to invest in this much needed infrastructure. Councillor Dasko stressed the need for the Province to align its growth policies in order that the higher order transit is done acknowledging the Lakeshore’s overall limitations and its close proximity to Lake Ontario.
“This is welcome news for the community. To have funding partners that will help build transit, ensure improved safety and mobility with separated bike lanes and sidewalks is deeply appreciated. However, much more work is required to ensure that this funding fits in to a larger plan for Lakeshore that embraces that feel of a village and open space along the corridor,” said Dasko
The continued work on the Lakeshore corridor and efforts by the local community, Mayor Bonnie Crombie, City Manager Paul Mitcham, City Staff, and our Federal and Provincial partners is essential to having a community that will make our City an outstanding place to live and work