Have your say on the City's Draft Transportation Master Plan
This is your chance to influence the future of transportation in Mississauga!

The City of Mississauga is developing a Plan that will shape how we move around in Mississauga from today to 2041. This is our chance to plan together for the future of travel within our City.

In 2017, the City launched Mississauga Moves to get your ideas for the future planning of roads, sidewalks, trails and transit. Based on your input, combined with research and studies, we’ve drafted Mississauga’s first Transportation Master Plan.
To learn more, read the draft plan online and provide your feedback through the survey. Bloth can be found here: mississaugamoves.ca.

You can also view the displays on-site at Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Drive in the Great Hall, until Sunday, February 3, 2019 subject to regular building hours.

Note: Public comment period is open until February 4th. Please provide your feedback through the form on the website to ensure it is properly considered by the project team.
The City of Mississauga is ready to keep those travelling in our city safe this winter. City crews, including snow plows will be readily available to help clear roads, on-street bike lanes, sidewalks and other City infrastructure during a snowfall.

The City clears 5,600 lane kilometres of roads and on-street bike lanes, 1,600 lane kilometres of priority sidewalks, 3,400 bus stops, 90 kilometres of roadside multi-use trails and over 1,000 pedestrian crossings.
For Winter Maintenance Priority Road and Sidewalk maps, please click  here .

For more information about snow clearing in the city, visit  mississauga.ca/snow
Shovel your way to safety for all, clear your walk.

This winter, be a good neighbour by shovelling sidewalks in front of your home to help others, especially elderly persons or persons with disabilities. This helps people walking to school, work, appointments or enjoying a beautiful winter day.

Make it a family event. Take 10 minutes and clear your walk as soon as possible after a snowfall.

Snow shovelling safety tips are available at: Snow Shoveling Safety Tips .

The City clears sidewalks along major roads and other priority areas where there is access to hospitals, schools and transit.
City of Mississauga's Security Services
Did you know? The City of Mississauga has its own Security Services team. They are responsible for enforcing several by-laws and the Trespass to Property Act on City property and publicly owned areas, such as parks, community centres, libraries and MiWay busses. 

Security and Transit Enforcement officers can enforce the following by-laws:

·          Parks By-law 186-05
·         Transit By-law 425-03
·         Golf Course By-law 188-05
·         Marina By-law 187-05
·         Cemetery By-law 189-05
·         Smoking By-law 94-14    

Residents are encouraged to report any unlawful activity occurring in any publicly owned space, whether they are at a park or riding a Miway bus. All reports can be made by calling Security Services at 905-896-5040 – available 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

For more details on the listed by-laws, please visit mississauga.ca/bylaws .
Clarkson Community Centre

Monkeynastix (Lobby)
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Family Swim
10:30 AM - 11:55 AM

Lane Swim
12:05 PM - 12:55 PM.

For more Family Day activities & locations, please click here .

Parent & Tot Swim
12:05 PM - 12:55 PM

Fun Swim
1:05 PM - 2:30 PM

Fun Skate
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Upcoming Ward 2 Community Meetings
Development Application at 2270 Speakman Drive: February 19th from 1:30 p to 4:00 pm at Civic Centre, Council Chamber, 300 City Centre Drive. Public Meeting Information Report for the Planning and Development Committee meeting regarding rezoning application to permit a private secondary school use. 

Development Application at 70 Mississauga Road & 181 Lakeshore Road West (former Imperial Oil Lands) [Ward 1]: February 19th at 6:30 pm at Civic Centre, Council Chamber, 300 City Centre Drive. Planning and Development staff will present a Status Update Report on the review of the development application regarding the proposed subdivision to permit a mixed-use and multi-phase project that will create a waterfront community with 2995 new residential units (townhouses, mid-rise and high-rise) retail and amenity spaces, parkland and campus uses.

Coyote Information Session - February 20th from 6:30-8:00 pm, Iona Catholic Secondary School , 2170 South Sheridan Way, presentation by Animal Services, followed up Q & A

Community Safety Meeting - February 27th from 6:30-8:00 pm, Iona Catholic Secondary School, 2170 South Sheridan Way, presentations by Peel Regional Police, City of Mississauga Security Services & Safe City, followed by Q & A

If you have any questions or comments about any of the above mentioned Community Meetings, please do not hesitate to contact me at karen.ras@mississauga.ca or call
Community Announcements
Clarkson Toastmaster Club

Do You Fear Public Speaking? Or do you want to improve your public speaking, leadership, communication, networking skills? Toastmasters is a non-profit organization, completely committed to helping individuals develop their communication, leadership and public speaking skills. This helps individuals increase their self-confidence in professional and personal settings.
A group of individuals in the Clarkson Community took the lead in establishing the, Clarkson Toastmasters Club. If you are over the age of 18, you can help gain skills and confidence with this time-tested program. Each week they offer a structured and quality program all in a fun and friendly environment. The camaraderie and networking is second to none because your membership opens up a world of connections. They love guests dropping in to learn more about the club! If you have questions, please contact clarksontm@gmail.com .

Visit their Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/clarksonTMClub/

Weekly meetings take place on Tuesdays from 7 – 8:30 pm at the Clarkson Library in Clarkson Community Centre, 2475 Truscott Drive