In This Issue
Upcoming Events
Have ideas about how we can reimagine our malls and the areas around them? Come join us at Erin Mills Town Centre on Friday November 3, 2017 from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Centre Atrium, Upper Level  and tell us what you think!   Click  here  for more information.  
The Credit Valley Society meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month except July and August in the Arbour Green Room at South Common Community Centre, 2233 South Millway, Mississauga. On November 8, 2017 they are holding their Annual General Meeting & Potluck starting at 7:30 pm.  
In recognition of the Living Arts Centre's 20th Anniversary and Canada's 150th, the Living Arts Centre's 2017-18 season features outstanding, world-renowned Canadian artists, music legend Gordon Lightfoot on November 10 and Academy Award, JUNO and Golden Globe winner Buffy Sainte-Marie on November 16.  LAC caps off celebrations on December 9th with the jazz event of the year: a tribute night to the musical genius of Oscar Peterson and his esteemed confrere, Oliver Jones. 
For a full list of shows and to purchase tickets at the LAC, click here or call the Box Office at 905-306-6000.  
PRP Cyber Academy

The crime prevention experts at Peel Regional Police have designed a number of certificate programs that will teach citizens to keep themselves, their families and their property safe and are offered FREE of charge.

Click here for dates and times in November and December 2017.
Mayor's Youth Employment Expo

Sunday, November 19, 2017
City of Mississauga, Great Hall
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - Resume Writing, Interview Skills and Networking Workshops

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM - Youth Expo/Welcoming Remarks begin between 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Youth/Business Registration (Mandatory) :
Twitter: #MYEE2017
Mayor's Youth Speaker Series
Wednesday November 22, 2017
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Who : Prof. Patrick Gunning, Canada Research Chair in Medical Chemistry Professor, Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences University of Toronto Mississauga

University of Toronto Mississauga - Instructional Centre Building, Room 120 - 3359 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON
Parking: Free - Lot 9

Youth Registration (Mandatory) :
Twitter: #MYSS2017

Mississauga Moves Open House
Thursday, November 16, 2017 
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Civic Centre, Great Hall
300 City Centre Drive

This event will give participants an opportunity to engage with hot transportation topics, at their own pace. Various 'stops' around the Great Hall will be a chance to provide ideas about how we'll get around Mississauga in the future. 


Parking Matters - Community Meeting
Thursday November 23, 2017 
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Meadowvale Community Centre
655 Glen Erin Drive

The City of Mississauga wants your help as we study citywide parking. 
The 2017-2018 season offers 7 performances including an interactive theatrical experience of Beauty and the Beast, the ballet Anastasia and a hilarious, one-woman show Suddenly Mommy. In addition to these performances, Music Theatre Mississauga will be presenting its 25th season of the Encore Series, a series of five musicals. The musicals include: South Pacific; Irving Berlin's White Christmas; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Mel Brooks' The Producers; and Chess The Musical.  To buy tickets, click here.
Quick Links and Updates
Windrow Snow Clearing Program   
Residents who are 65 years and older in 2017 and individuals who are physically disabled can apply for the program. The cost to participate is $200 non-refundable. 

Applicants who qualify for financial assistance may be eligible to receive the service at no cost. For information and applications, click  here Deadline
to apply is Nov 10, 2017.
West Trunk Well drilling Erin Mills Pkwy and Britannia Rd intersection  
A reminder that work continues on the Region of Peel construction of a large diameter trunk sanitary sewer along Erin Mills Parkway.  The work being done includes the excavation of ten tunnel access shafts, mining utilizing tunnel boring equipment, sanitary sewer construction including maintenance holes and restoration of all work areas.
Britannia Road Watermain Replacement and Road Resurfacing Winston Churchill Blvd to Erin Mills Pkwy  
Work continues on the Region of Peel watermain and resurfacing work on Britannia Road West from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Erin Mills Parkway. The project is anticipated to be completed by 
mid-December 2017 weather permitting.  Otherwise, the work will be finished next spring.
This work will also include removing and replacing curbs, adding sidewalks and a multi-use trail, and installing a low impact development (environmentally friendly) storm sewer system.  
Did you know that it's the property owner's responsibility to cut and maintain tall grass? As per the Nuisance Weed and Tall Grass by-law, grass is not to exceed 30 centimetres in height.  Click above for more information.  
Encroachment is any use of City-owned land by individuals for their own purposes. Property owners cannot intrude on the ground space of an adjacent City-owned property like parklands, greenbelts, road allowances and easements as per By-law 0057-04 .   Click above for more information.  

Safe City Mississauga's Neighbourhood Watch is a no-cost program to educate residents and mobilize communities for the purpose of crime prevention. 

Neighbourhoods are safest when people know who their neighbours are and this program is an excellent way to get your neighbours working together, staying in contact and having fun. Click above  for more information.
Community organizations can request recognition either through a flag raising or lighting of the Civic Centre clock tower.  Click above for more info.
Click above to download the app.  Using a smartphone, residents can now report on five new issues under the "Report a Problem" button using the free mobile app Ping!:
  • Three hour parking violations on a City street
  • Abandoned shopping carts on private property
  • Damaged trees on City property
  • Dead/unhealthy trees on City property
  • Request pruning of a City owned tree
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MiWay has rolled out more service and improved connections on several routes across the city as part of the MiWay 5 Service Plan (2016-2020).
MiWay is providing more frequent service on the Mississauga Transitway on MiExpress 107 - Malton Express and 109 - Meadowvale Express, and extend MiExpress route 110 - University Express to the Erin Mills Transitway Station. 
Click here to use MiWay's Trip Planner   to plan your route and get real time trip updates or call 905-615-INFO (4636).
The  online construction map showcases the City's project information, as well as the Region of Peel and Ministry of Transportation construction work.   Click above  to see the construction map.

Please consider adopting a pet from the city's Animal Services. 

Click above to see animals that are waiting for their forever home.
The City of Mississauga now offers property owners the convenience of viewing their interim and final property tax bills online through e-bill. Click above for more info.

Click above to download and print your schedule. You can also update your electronic calendar.  
Please remember to help those in need.
  The Dam
Please support the Dam Youth Drop-In by making a donation. 

Tuesday, October 17th - Watch for volunteers with The Dam Youth Drop In around the Meadowvale area who will be writing / drawing inspirational messages for our children and youth on sidewalks. We hope to inspire and encourage our community. 
Meadowvale Residents' Association - MRA

For information or to  get involved in the residents' association, please click here to send an email. 

You can also visit their website and like their Facebook page.

With members of the MRA
   Be A Donor
Help save the life of someone waiting for an organ. One donor could save 8 lives! 
October 31, 2017
Dear Neighbour: 

Thank you to the residents who braved the nasty wet weather to attend my Budget Town Hall on October 23. Also thanks to those who watched as I live streamed the meeting on Facebook and sent in their questions and comments. The video is still on my Facebook timeline so you can view the presentations on both the Mississauga and Region of Peel budgets at any time. Thank you to Mayor Crombie for joining us.  Click here to visit my Facebook page and to watch the video of the meeting.
As we are starting to get some colder weather and approaching daylight savings time, this is a reminder to motorists to drive carefully and for pedestrians to wear bright colours or reflectors on your clothing when walking at night.  Remember that drivers have a hard time seeing you in the dark when you are all clothed in dark colours and this is especially true when it is raining. 
I am holding a meeting to show plans for a proposed apartment building on Battleford at Glen Erin Drive on Tuesday November 21, 2017.  Letters are being mailed to the community so please try to attend and find out more.  I have included information in this newsletter.
In the event that you are unable to view this e-newsletter please note that there is always a link on the front page of my website.

As always, my staff and I are here to help you with any City or Regional issues.  Just send me an email to or call  905-896-5900 and check the Ward 9 website at for ongoing updates.

Ward 9 Meeting on Proposed Development at 6550 Glen Erin Drive
The City has received an application to construct a 12 storey, 208 unit apartment building at 6550 Glen Erin Drive.  I have recently met with the applicant and the application is being reviewed by City planning staff.
As is my practice, I am holding a Ward meeting to provide residents with an opportunity to view the proposed development plans, ask questions and comment.  The applicant will present the plan and city staff will be there to answer any questions on the process.
My meeting is on Tuesday November 21, 2017 at the Meadowvale West Church Centre at 6945 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
There is presently a 15 storey, 113 unit apartment building on the 2.97 acres of land at a density of 38 units per acre.  At the time the apartments were built, a maximum density of 43 units per acre was permitted.   The applicant is seeking to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law to permit a new 12 storey residential building with 208 rental apartments with a 2 storey podium adjacent to the existing apartment building for a total density of 108 units per acre.
At this time the application is being circulated to agencies and relevant departments for comment.  Once all comments are received an Information Report will be presented to Council and the public at the Planning and Development Committee at City Hall.  Please watch for updates in my e-newsletter and website (development page) once this meeting is scheduled and residents may attend and speak if they wish to do so .
I encourage you to take this opportunity to get involved at an early stage in the process and participate in the planning of our community.  Your opinions and comments are very important for me to hear before Council considers the application.
Coyotes and Other Wildlife   
Coyotes have been in our city for many years but recently they are becoming bolder and have been sighted in local parks.  I have held several sessions for residents who are concerned about the safety of their family and pets and education and information has been provided by experts.
Most requests are for the city Animal Services to remove them.  This is not as easy as it may seem as we are restricted by legislation from the province.   
The law says that wildlife relocation is regulated in Ontario under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act.  If an animal is captured it must be released unharmed in close proximity to the capture site (within 1 km) or, if sick or injured, delivered to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator within 24 hours unless otherwise directed by the Ministry.  
This restricts what our Animal Services staff can do under this law.  Removing an animal 1 km from the site still leaves it within the neighbourhood and as live trapping is almost impossible, the use of leg traps and snares could cause harm to other animals or people.   Click here  for information from the Ministry of Natural Resources about relocation of wildlife.    As well, click here to visit the MNR website.
I urge everyone to report if you see a coyote by calling 311 immediately so that our staff can come out to determine if the animal is sick, in which case they can take measures.  They will also observe the area and the animal once they have reports.   Click here to  learn how you can protect yourself, your family and your property while avoiding animal conflicts.
Update on Paving of Britannia Rd from Winston Churchill Blvd to Erin Mills Pkwy
Thank you for your patience as the work progresses on Britannia Road.  This has been a long project and contractors had some difficulty along the way delaying the completion.  We are coming to the conclusion of the work and to date the watermain replacement, the environmental storm sewer system, curbs, sidewalks and catch basins are completed.
Base asphalt has been laid on the westbound lanes as has the intersection of Winston Churchill and Britannia.  The eastbound lanes (south side) base asphalt is expected to be completed by the first week of November, weather permitting. The final top asphalt is expected to be done by the third week in November, 2017 if the weather permits.  If it cannot be done due to weather delays then final paving will be done in the spring.
The multi-use trail on the north side of Britannia Road is ongoing and is expected to be completed by mid-November.

The project, with final restoration, is expected to be completed by mid-December, 2017 if the weather is favourable. Otherwise, the work will be finished next spring.
MiWay Senior One Dollar Cash Fare and Affordable Transportation Project made Permanent
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The Senior One Dollar cash fare at off-peak times is now permanent.  In June 2015, I asked that MiWay begin offering a one dollar cash fare to seniors during off-peak hours as a pilot program.  I am pleased that this month Council approved to make the $1 fare permanent.  On request, senior riders (age 65+) must present a piece of valid photo identification or a MiWay issued senior identification card to the bus driver to receive the one dollar fare.  Click here for more information.
In addition, our Affordable Transportation Program (ATPP) will be a permanent program in January 2018. 

This program is for residents with low incomes and gives them better access to employment and services.  It contributes to our strategic goal of ensuring affordability and accessibility. The social and financial return on investment from this program benefits our City and helps keep our communities strong.
The Region will continue to assess the eligibility and MiWay will administer the issuance of PRESTO cards. Financial responsibilities for subsidy and administrative costs will be covered by the Region. 
Mississauga residents earning an income below the Low Income Measure (LIM) thresholds were eligible to apply for a subsidy of 50 per cent off of a MiWay monthly pass. Visit the Region of Peel 
website to learn more about this program 
Council Approves Housing Strategy

This month Council approved our long awaited housing strategy that sets out how we can work with our partners to increase affordable housing opportunities.
This month Council approved our long awaited housing strategy that sets out how we can work with our partners to increase affordable housing opportunities.  

"Making Room for the Middle" targets middle income households but by doing so it will also benefit lower income residents.  It contains programs and actions that the city can take while recognizing that we also provide subsidized housing at the Region of Peel.   For more information, visit here
Solar PV Pathway Lighting Pilot Project Set for Duncairn Downs Park
I am pleased that one of our local parks, Duncairn Downs has been selected as the site to test Solar PV Pathway lighting . The project, to be implemented in 2017/18 will assess the feasibility of reducing energy consumption and Green House gas emissions by replacing the on grid lighting with off grid solar powered systems.
The location was selected as we were replacing the lighting as part of our infrastructure management. 
The main goals and objectives of the pilot project include:
  • To promote the installation of renewable energy systems to support the visionary action regarding transforming Mississauga into a net-zero carbon city
  • Test the suitability of Solar PV lighting systems for pathways
  • To assess the Solar PV system performance
  • To gauge community feedback and acceptance
Currently park pathways are continuously lit whether or not they are being used and even when the park is closed after 11:00 pm. Unlike the traditional system, the solar PV system presents the capability to automatically provide lighting (at the approved standard) when the pathway is being used (based on motion sensors), and turn down lights at other times. Alternatively, it can also be programmed to provide continuous lighting during park open hours and reduced services during park closure. This would reduce energy waste and undoubtedly be a tangible demonstration of the City's commitment to responsible environmental stewardship.   
The Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Principles also speak to the fact that lighting parks after closing can attract unwanted behaviours so we will also be looking at the crime prevention benefits of this new system. 
This use of the technology, while new to City of Mississauga, has been employed successfully elsewhere in Canada. The pilot program will be routinely monitored and assessed periodically beginning 1 year after installation.
Glen Eden Park Playground construction resumed    
Construction for the Glen Eden Park Playground was delayed due to an equipment delay by the manufacturer.  But work has started again and is scheduled to re-open on Friday, November 17, 2017.
Trail Construction in Our Community 
There are 2 Multi-Use trail projects underway on Winston Churchill Boulevard .  One section is being built from Oka Road north to Aquitaine and the other continues the existing trail from Erin Centre Blvd to Eglinton. 

Both projects started on October 16, 2017 with an anticipated completion date of December 31, 2017 weather permitting.
A similar trail is planned on Millcreek from Derry Road to Aquitaine Ave and will connect cyclists from the Derry Road trail to the Meadowvale GO Station. The trail will replace the existing concrete sidewalk.
As well,  the existing trails in Bell Harbour Park and Quenippenon Meadows Park are being reconstructed and paved.  Both are expected to be done in November 2017.
Get Your Flu Shot   
Flu shots are available for free in several convenient locations in the community including:
  • Family Doctors' offices
  • Walk-in clinics
  • Pharmacies
  • Region of Peel Flu Clinics
The Region of Peel flu clinic also provides free flu shots to anyone 6 months of age or older. An Ontario Health Card (OHIP card) is not required.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Square One Older Adult Centre
100 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9 
One Bag Challenge a Success 
I am so pleased that Ward residents rose to the challenge and took the One Bag Challenge to help exceed expectations this year!  Donations made in Ward 9 went directly to  Eden Food for Change.

Thanks to the tireless efforts and incredible partnerships with local community groups, businesses, and individuals across the City of Mississauga, the campaign far exceeded this year's goals, raising an unprecedented 265,611 pounds of food and $225,409 - enough to distribute food for 883,536 meals. In just three years, The One Bag Challenge has raised over $425,000 and over 625,000 pounds of food.  The need for food donations is on-going and I encourage you to keep up this momentum and continue to donate our local food bank - Eden Food for Change
Community Recycling Centres Hours of Operation            

The extended hours at the Region of Peel's six Community Recycling Centres (CRCs) ended on October 31, 2017.

As of November 1, 2017 the hours of operation for the Ward 9 Centre located at 2255 Battleford Rd are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm daily. 

The Region of Peel's CRCs offer residents an opportunity to donate reusable goods, recycle acceptable materials, and dispose of household hazardous waste and garbage in a safe, environmentally friendly and efficient manner. 

Waste management services in the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga and Town of Caledon are provided by the Region of Peel. Visit for more information on the programs.
Donate a Christmas Gift to Youth in Our Community            

This Christmas, The Dam Youth Drop In invites you to consider donating a Christmas Gift for a youth in our community. Let's let our young people know that their community believes in them and is thinking about them during this Christmas season.  I will be purchasing Christmas gifts for two youth this year.  To find out more information, call The Dam at (905) 826-6558  or email .
Ward 9 Contest - Meadowvale
Jack Huang is last month's lucky winner of 2 tickets for any performance during the 2017-2018 Season !
395 was the correct answer to the question "How many seats are in Meadowvale Theatre?"

This month, WIN a Complimentary Ticket Certificate valid for 2 tickets to any show in the Meadowvale Theatre Presents 2017-2018 Season. To WIN please email your answer to the following question:
Name one of the community theatre groups that present shows at Meadowvale Theatre. 
I will draw a winner from all correct answers received by 10:00 am November 10, 2017. 
Share your Story        
Your story can shape our city.   The Museums of Mississauga and the City's Culture Division will be going across Mississauga in an effort to collect, listen and share stories with residents.   Leave your mark on the city! Share the stories that define what life in Mississauga means to you. Click here to learn how to share your story.
Volunteers Needed at VON 
Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Canada is a national health care organization and registered charity offering a wide range of home care community support services. 
VON is in strong need for volunteers for their Volunteer Visiting program - a program for social support and companionship and for our Meals on Wheels programs - where volunteers provide help at the depot or with meal delivery. All VON Volunteers are provided with a detailed training and orientation for each position. For anyone who is interested, please call 905-821-3254 directly. For more information about VON, please visit
Low Cost Fitness Programs Offered at Meadowvale West Church Centre             
Low Cost fitness programs are being offered by St. Francis of Assissi Anglican Church located at the Meadowvale West Church Centre at 6945 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle.  Click here for more information.
Anniversary/Birthday Congratulations

If you know someone who is celebrating a milestone birthday or anniversary please contact me at 905-896-5900 or at and I would be pleased to send a letter of congratulations and a small gift to commemorate the special event.

Taste of Eden Annual Fundraiser    
I was pleased to attend Eden Food for Change's annual fundraising dinner on October 27th.  Guests enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner prepared by EFFC's Chef Peter Costello.  There were also fun 'gaming' tables and Silent & Live Auctions.  It was wonderful to see the community come out to support Eden and help put food on the tables of those in need. 
Ward 9 Budget Town Hall    
It was a good turnout for my budget town hall held on October 23.  This meeting was an opportunity for Ward 9 residents to learn more about both the City of Mississauga and Region of Peel budgets.   
Staff made presentations on the budgets and then we had questions and comments.  The entire meeting was also live streamed on my Ward 9 Facebook Page.  
Eden United Choir Free Concert
I enjoyed listening to the Eden United Choir as they performed a free concert:  Common Vision - Singing to End Hunger on Saturday October 21 at Eden United Church to fund raise for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.  This organisation is a partnership of 15 Canadian churches and church based agencies who are working together to end world hunger.  Global Affairs Canada matched all donations 4:1.
Celebrating Dorett Walker - 20 years of Community Service
I was delighted to attend an afternoon tea on October 21 held in honour of Dorett Walker.  Dorett  was celebrated for her twenty years of service to our community  through her work at Praise Cathedral Worship Centre.

It has been my honour and privilege to have known Dorett for many of these years and to see how dedicated she is to her church and community.  
I am especially inspired by the contributions she has made to the well being of women, youth and children.  Her work as the first Director for Hearts In Bloom daycare enabled this service to provide exceptional care for children.  I was honoured to be at the opening of the daycare at Praise Cathedral in 2008 and to watch its success over the years.
Dorett works tirelessly behind the scenes and she is a strong administrator and business woman.  Her accomplishments are numerous, graduating from Bethlehem Teacher's College in Jamaica, the DeVry Institute in Computer Technology, Humber College ECE Certification and most recently becoming a Reverend.  Yet she still finds time for her other passions of cooking wonderful meals and caring for her family.
Region of Peel Ninth Line Lands Open House
On October 19, I joined residents at the Region of Peel  Open House and Public Meeting regarding the Ninth Line Lands Regional Official Plan Amendment. Regional staff were on hand to explain and answer questions regarding the regional amendments.   Click here to learn more.
Chalk Inspiration Event
On October 17  I joined a team from LoyaltyOne along with youth and staff from the Dam Youth Drop In.  Messages of inspiration were drawn with chalk on the sidewalks around the community and near the local secondary schools.    A big thank you goes out to LoyaltyOne for dedicating their time and sponsorship to this initiative.
Feyisa Lilesa 5K Run For Oromia
I was pleased to provide a Certificate of Recognition to the See'e Wletu & Deme Saklu Foundation which is comprised of members of the Oromo people from Oromia, Ethiopia.  Thanks to the hard work of the event organizer, Mrs Roman Dugassa who is a member of the Praise Cathedral congregation. The group held a 5k run at Erindale Park on October 15  to raise funds for an orphanage in Oromia. The race also honoured Olympic silver medalist and Oromia native Feyisa Lelisa who flew in from the U.S for the run. He is a great hero to the Oromo People.
Peel Multicultural Council Annual General  Meeting
It is always a pleasure to join board members, staff and volunteers of the Peel Multicultural Council at their AGMs and I did so again on October 13, 2017.  This was a specail event this year as PMC is also celebrating 40 years of service to the community.  Since 1977, the Peel Multicultural Council has provided a  valuable service to Mississauga's citizens.  Their programs for  seniors, youth and new immigrants of all ages have had  a positive impact on so many people.
Fresh for Good Event at Erin Town Centre
Erin Mills Town Centre hosted  a "Fresh for Good" event on Friday & Saturday, October 13 - 14, in partnership with Eden Food for Change to celebrate the re-opening of Centre Court and the Centre Court fountain. The highlight is that all coins tossed into the fountain will support  Eden Food for Change. 
Harvest Tea time again at Maplewood Public School
I had a wonderful time on October 13 at Maplewood Public School at their annual Harvest event.  This is the fourth year that I have attended and It was so nice to greet parents and students and serve them coffee and hot chocolate.  
Heritage Mississauga Awards Dinner
I was thrilled to nominate Ward 9 resident and passionate steward of Lake Wabukayne, Nicky Hall for The Credits 2017 Heritage award for the Natural Heritage category.  
The awards dinner was held on October 12.  Although Nicky did not win I am proud of all the work she has done and continues to do to protect the lake.  

After a series of oil spills contaminated Lake Wabukayne and harmed wildlife, Nicky Hall contacted me to ask how residents could help protect the lake. 
I worked with Nicky, other residents and city staff to make improvements around the lake to protect it. Led by Nicky, the Friends of Wabukayne made a huge difference in protecting this natural heritage and hosts an annual community Park Stewardship Day in the spring.  

Nicky is the heart and soul of the Lake Wabukayne stewardship and can be found most days working on the butterfly garden, weeding or taking photos of the wildlife.  This year she spearheaded a successful honey bee motel.  Thanks to Nicky, Lake Wabukayne is revitalized for all to enjoy.
Raising the United Nations Flag for Seniors Day  
I was pleased to join members of the Meadowvale Seniors Social Club, Sahara Seniors and CARP at the second annual United Nations flag raising for Seniors Day on October 2, 2017 at the Meadowvale Community Centre.  
Reimagining Meadowvale Town Centre - Walkability Audit    
I joined a group of Ward 9 residents on October 2nd for a walkability audit of the Meadowvale Town Centre.  Led by Peel Health and City planners, we toured the neighbourhood in and around the mall to note how walkable and accessible it is.
This is an exciting project that we are undertaking this year.  City staff are looking at specific malls to determine how they could and should be redesigned for the future.   Click  here  to learn more about this project.
Councillor Pat Saito | 905-896-5900 | |
Mississauga Civic Centre
300 City Centre Drive
3rd Floor
Mississauga, L5B 3C1