Nine Creek Trails (Multi-use Trail) Update
I n June 2019, Council announced the new name for the multi-use trail along the Hydro Corridor, naming it the “Nine Creeks Trail”. The name Nine Creeks Trail recognizes the various creeks that intersect the trail through some of Mississauga’s oldest and most established neighbourhoods.
Once fully complete, the trail will have creek crossings at Sheridan Creek, Turtle Creek, Birchwood Creek main branch, Birchwood Creek secondary branch, Lornewood Creek, Stavebank Creek, Kenollie Creek, Mary Fix Creek and Cooksville Creek.

There are a number of utilities such as Trans Norther Pipeline, Hydro One and Alectra who need to do required maintenance in some of the sections before the work to build the trail proceeds which has caused some delays from the original timelines.
Construction Staging for Ward 2

Completed and Open to the Public
Phase 1 (April-July 2018): Lorne Park Rd to Indian Rd
Phase 2 (July 2018): Truscott Dr to Lorne Park Rd
Phase 3 (September 2018): Whiteoaks Ave to Ravine Dr
Phase 4 (June 2019): Clarkson Rd to Welwyn Dr
Phase 5 (June 2019): Southdown Rd to Bromsgrove Rd
Construction Planned or Underway
Phase 6 (August 2019): Southdown Rd to Welwyn Dr
Phase 7 (August 2019): Truscott Dr to Whiteoaks Ave
Phase 8 (October 2019): Woodeden Dr and Indian Rd to South Sheridan Way
Phase 9 (August 2019): Clarkson Rd to Ravine Dr
Phase 10 (November 2019): Winston Churchill Blvd to Bromsgrove Rd

For more information on the Nine Creeks Trail, please click here .
Silver Birch Trail, Malibou Terrace, Boulder Creek Crescent, Cristina Court, Marshwood Place
Project 19‐1310 H

What are we doing?
·     Replacing and improving the aging watermain along Silver Birch Trail, Malibou Terrace,
Boulder Creek Crescent, Cristina Court, Marshwood Place as shown on the attached
·     Replacing the water service pipe to your service box if it is connected to the replaced
portion of watermain.

·     To upgrade the water system capacity and reliability as part of the Region of Peel’s
State of Good Repair program.

·     We expect to start work on or about August 19, 2019.
·     Watermain installation and temporary asphalt placement should be completed before
December 31, 2019. The Contractor will remobilize in May to complete restoration by
the end of June 2020. All work is under warranty for two years from the completion date.
·     We will start restoring the road when all water system replacements and transfers are
complete, and as weather permits
Working Hours
·     Our contractor’s normal working hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. These hours are
consistent with the local municipality’s bylaws. We understand this may cause some
inconvenience, but a shorter working day would mean the project would take longer to

Traffic and Parking Control
·     We may need to reduce traffic to a single lane during construction.
·     If we have to reroute traffic, we will place signs giving directions.
·     On‐street parking will be reduced during construction.

For more details, please click on the notice here .
Garbage Pick Up for August
Ward 2 residents are advised that there will be no waste collection on Monday, August 5th due to Civic Holiday and Labour Day, Monday, September 2nd. Waste collection will be one day later that week.

Waste calendars are online.  Check your collection calendar   for your regular collection schedule, exemption periods and special collection dates throughout the year.
For most households, garbage and recycling collection happens every other week:
  • Garbage is picked up one week.
  • Recycling is picked up the next week.

Organics is picked up every week.

Yard waste has its own schedule.  Check your collection calendar  for your yard waste schedule.
Put your waste on the curb by 7 a.m. on your collection day, but not before 7 p.m. the night before.
  • Individual bags and containers must not weigh more than 20 kg (44 lbs) each.
  • Keep your waste separate from your neighbours'.
  • Clear the way for collection trucks. Don't leave hockey nets and basketball posts in the street.
  • Excess bags of garbage must be tagged.
Parking Rules
On-Street Parking
Parking on City streets is limited to five hours, unless otherwise posted. This offence is enforced on a complaint basis only. Signs advising the public of the five hour parking limit are posted at all major entrances to the City. ( Traffic By-law 555-00 )
Prohibited Parking
No vehicle may be parked or stopped where parking and/or stopping is prohibited and authorized signs are displayed. The purpose of prohibited parking is to maintain the smooth flow of traffic and to maintain clear and safe sight lines and passage for both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

On street parking is not permitted from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. year round.

This information is for convenience and quick reference only. For further information please contact the Parking Enforcement office by calling 3-1-1 or if calling from outside Mississauga dial 905-615-4311. (Monday - Friday) any time from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information, please click here .
Be a Responsible Pet Owner
As dog owners, we should set a good example by being courteous and abiding our A nimal Care and Control By-law by leashing, licensing and picking up after our dogs. This will make our communities safer places to walk, cycle and play in.
Did You Know?
Dogs must be leashed whenever they are not at home, such as in public places, including City parks. Your dog’s leash should not exceed 1.8 metres (6 feet) in length.  

A leash keeps your dog safe from dangers such as: 
  • Getting lost
  • Unfriendly dogs and wildlife such as coyotes
  • Coming into contact with dead or diseased wildlife
  • Eating things like poison, animal poop or drinking from contaminated puddles
  • Running into traffic or getting hit by a car

A leash benefits you, your dog and the community by: 
  • Preventing your dog from scaring or jumping on children, other people or pets
  • Preventing lawsuits, vet bills and By-law tickets

Leash Safety Tips
  • Check that your dog’s collar and leash is properly fitted and in good repair
  • Use a 1.8 metre (6 feet) leash, retractable leashes do not allow for proper control
  • Train your dog to walk on a leash and if needed, seek help from a dog trainer
  • Use caution when meeting other dogs, as leashes can get tangled

Leash-Free Zones
Mississauga has eight leash-free zones for you and your dog to enjoy. For a list of leash-free zones in Mississauga:

Scoop that Poop
There is no excuse for not picking up after your dog. It is not only the law; it is the environmentally responsible thing to do. 
  • There are an estimated 60,000 dogs in Mississauga. They produce about 9 metric tons (9.9 tons) of dog waste per day and 3,300 metric tons (3,630 tons) a year.
  • Dog waste is not fertilizer; it does not break down quickly like cow manure. Dog waste takes months to break down, is highly acidic and can harm the soil and kill grass and plants
  • Dog waste contains e-coli bacteria and/or parasites that are harmful to people.  Ringworm, roundworm, e-coli, salmonella and giardia are commonly found in dog feces and are easily transferable by contact to humans and dogs. 
  • Dog waste left on the ground contaminates our water. When it rains, dog waste bacteria soaks into groundwater and is carried by surface water to storm sewers which flow to nearby streams and watersheds. This can impact water quality and make swimming areas unsafe. 
Be neighbourly and considerate when walking your dog:
  • Respect private property
  • Avoid areas where children play
  • Carry spare poop bags with you
  • Carry a flashlight at night
  • Use scooping tools designed for mobility issues
  • Place dog waste in the garbage and not in the recycling bin. Or use one of the City’s designated in-ground waste containers.
Accessible Beach Routes Create Path to Inclusivity
Accessible beach routes have been installed at Jack Darling Memorial Park and Lakefront Promenade Park to help make Mississauga’s waterfront more accessible and inclusive for all. 

As the temperature heats up, Mississauga residents will flock to the city’s waterfront parks in search of a fun, free way to escape the heat.
Spending time at the beach may seem like an effortless way to enjoy the summer; however, for individuals who use mobility devices such as wheelchairs, scooters or walkers, taking part in this summertime activity can be challenging.

In an effort to remove and prevent barriers for persons with disabilities, the City is taking action to make Mississauga’s waterfront more inclusive and accessible for all with the addition of accessible beach routes at two of the City’s beaches.

The accessible beach routes were installed on June 28 in time for the Canada Day long weekend. A 100 per cent recycled polyester beach mat and directional beach access sign were installed at Jack Darling Memorial Park and Lakefront Promenade Park . The accessible beach routes allow for easier access to the beach by providing a nonslip, accessible surface for people with disabilities, older adults and parents with strollers.
By working to remove these barriers that exist in the built environment, projects like the Accessible Beach Routes Pilot project will help to make Mississauga a city where all people can access all places.

To learn more about the City’s ongoing commitment to building a more inclusive and accessible city for all, visit .
Community Events
Interim Place, 8th Annual Steps to End Violence Against Women Walk - Sunday, August 25nd at J.C. Saddington Park, 53 Lake St., Port Credit:  Team registration and race begin at J.C. Saddington Park at 9:30 am. For more information and to register please visit

Canadian Federation of University Women invite you to join them at their first General Meeting on September 9th at 7:15 p.m. at Huron Park Rec Centre, 830 Paisley Blvd. W. Speaker topic to be Fraud Prevention - Protect your Money. For further information, check out their website at .

Parkinson Canada Super Walk - Saturday, September 14th at JC Saddington Park, 53 Lake St., Port Credit. Registration begins at 9:30 am: 1K, 2K, and 5K Run/Walk/Volunteer. Register online at or call 1-800-565-3000. For more information email: .