November 15, 2019
Upcoming Events & Meetings
Get into the holiday spirit with the official tree lighting ceremony at Celebration Square taking place on Saturday, November 23 from 5 to 9 p.m. This annual event offers seasonal fun the whole family can enjoy, which includes the opening of the skating rink.

Take in live music from The Big Sound, a 25+ piece band creating an unforgettable Motown experience, with a holiday twist. Check out the Atraktiv illuminated musical bikes, LED Glow Swings. Don’t forget to stop by the Glow Lounge or Cozy Geodomes. Come hungry. Gourmet food trucks will be onsite.
To learn more about the ceremony or to watch it live, visit  
Community Information

With the weather forecast for the weekend, the City of Mississauga will not commence the Vacuum Leaf Pickup on Monday. The weather predicted for next week should be better however, it may not be enough to start up the program again.
Staff will once again, evaluate the situation next week and update everyone accordingly.

For up to date information, please contact 311 or visit 3-1-1
Mississauga is Ready to Clear the way this Winter

Mississauga is ready and prepared for whatever winter weather may come our way. Whether it's snow or ice on City roads, winter crews will be working around the clock to make sure roads, bike lanes, sidewalks and bus stops are safe and accessible this winter. To minimize the impact on the environment, roads are only salted when needed. Residents are encouraged to drive according to weather conditions and give snow plows lots of space as they work to clear our roads and keep Residents safe.

For more information, visit our site.
Vacancies on City Committees and Board

The Clerk’s Office is currently advertising vacancies on the following Advisory Committees and the Library Board:
Mississauga Public Library Board (1 vacancy)
Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (1 vacancy)
Traffic Safety Council (3 vacancies)
If you are interested, Residents and/or Business owners can apply online by Friday, November 22, 2019. 
Put a Sock In It ‘Sauga  

This year marks the second year of Put a Sock on it ‘Sauga ; a sock drive coordinated through the Open Window Hub. In last year’s campaign they collected over 1,000 pairs of socks that were distributed through the Open Window Hub as well as to local shelters and organizations working with individuals experiencing homelessness across the city. Socks are the most requested item at shelters and the campaign is a way of helping meet the needs of some of our community’s most vulnerable individuals. The Library has set a goal to collect 1,500 pairs of socks during this campaign. Donations will be accepted at all libraries across the city until the end of February.  For information on last years sock drive, please click here .
Census Hub Insights

If you are interested in viewing interesting demographic trends for Mississauga, please visit.
Traffic Calming Measures:

The City of Mississauga uses many traffic calming measures to assist with excessive speeding and traffic in our neighbourhoods.

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Older Adults
Welcome to the City of Mississauga's Older Adult website. Find out what services are available for Older Adults. Visit the following link for more information.
Photo Gallery
Barvinok 50th Anniversary Gala Banquet
Congee Queen Ribbon Cutting
Mississauga Heritage Cultural Awards
Vietnamese Boat People Memorial
Quick Links
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A call to 3-1-1 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday to Friday , will be answered by a Customer Service Advisor who will assist you with your call.

Many questions that residents have can be solved or answered by speaking to a Customer Service Advisor. The Advisor can offer information about City or Regional services and programs and also create a service request if you are looking for assistance from the City.

3-1-1 is online too! Service requests may be submitted online  24/7 through the City’s website and the status of service requests submitted online can be tracked from start to finish.

If you're on the run, you can submit a service request from your Smartphone using the PingStreet App, which is available free at the  Apple Store Google Play BlackBerry World

After-hours dispatch service is available for urgent issues on weekends and overnight, Monday to Friday, by dialing 3-1-1 and pressing 2 in response to the recorded message.

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Ping! Report a Problem Using Pingstreet - a Free Mobile App

Have you noticed long grass that needs cutting or a light in need of repair on private property? Perhaps you’ve noticed litter, graffiti or washroom facilities not functioning properly in one of our parks? You can now report these issues and many more using Pingstreet – a free mobile app. Using a smartphone or tablet, residents now report issues like long grass/weeds on private property or overflowing garbage cans in City parks.

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Councillor Chris Fonseca| City of Mississauga| 905-896-5300|||