School’s back! Stay safe on roadways
With school back, roads will be busy with students walking, cycling, taking a bus or being driven to school. Remember to remain alert when using roadways to prevent collisions. Learn more.
Have your Say on the City's Tree Protection By-laws
The City of Mississauga is seeking public feedback for proposed changes to its Public and Private Tree By-laws. Changes are required as the existing tree by-laws no longer meet urban forestry standards.

Over the last decade, the City has been making an effort to preserve, enhance and protect trees. Updates will help enhance the protection and safety of all trees in Mississauga on both public and private property.

The Public Tree By-law regulates the planting, maintenance and removal of trees on City-owned and maintained property.

The Private Tree By-law regulates the injury and destruction of trees on private property.

How can I participate?

For more information on the Tree Protection By-Laws, please click here.
Have Your Say on the City’s Parking Requirements for New Developments 
The City of Mississauga is updating its off-street parking regulations under the Zoning By-law. On Tuesday, September 14, the City will host a virtual community and stakeholder meeting to get feedback on the proposed directions included in the City’s Parking Regulation Study.
“Off-street parking regulations” refer to the amount of vehicle and/or bicycle parking required on private and public properties as a result of new development, redevelopment, building expansion or a land use change. Changes would not affect existing buildings or homes. This study does not include recommendations on-street parking policies or municipal parking lots.

Virtual community and stakeholder meeting on the proposed changes to parking regulations for new developments
Tuesday, September 14 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
  • Mississauga residents
  • Business owners
  • Developers, including residential and commercial
  • Members of Council
  • City’s Planning and Building staff
  • Register and participate in the virtual community meeting
  • Starting September 15, view the September 14 presentation and provide comments

The Parking Regulations Study is a key action from the City’s Parking Master Plan and Implementing Strategy (PMPIS). The study is also implementing key actions from the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Strategy, 2018 and bicycle parking requirements in the City’s Zoning By-law noted in the 2018 Cycling Master Plan.
For more information, visit, view the FAQs or contact
Have Your Say on Lakeshore Transportation Studies
We want to hear from you! The City of Mississauga is moving forward with the Lakeshore Transportation Studies, a set of three infrastructure projects which build from the 2019 Lakeshore Connecting Communities Transportation Master Plan.
Environmental assessments are underway for each of the three projects:
1.    Lakeshore Bus Rapid Transit – centre-running bus rapid transit lanes along a two kilometre stretch of Lakeshore Road from the Etobicoke Creek to East Avenue
2.    Lakeshore Complete Street – options to improve the experience for people of all ages and abilities who walk, bike, take transit or drive along Lakeshore Road and Royal Windsor Drive from East Avenue to the Oakville border
3.    New Credit River Active Transportation Bridge – active transportation (walking, rolling, cycling) bridge crossing the Credit River north of Lakeshore Road
You have two ways to participate in the Lakeshore Transportation Studies:
1.    Attend the live virtual community meeting on September 16, 7 to 8:30 p.m. The meeting will include a presentation and question and answer session with the project team.
Register here to attend the virtual community meeting. Participants will receive meeting instructions once they have registered.
2.    Visit the virtual open house available on-demand from September 2 through September 23. An opportunity to provide feedback will be available through the virtual open house.
Click here to visit the virtual open house and provide feedback – registration is not required. (This link will go live on September 2nd)
Your feedback is an important part of this work which is designed to create a more complete and connected Lakeshore Road though Mississauga. Your comments will help inform the environmental studies and preliminary design work currently underway.
Visit for more information (This website will go live on September 2nd).

Please click on the photo below for more information and a larger copy of the map below.
City Budget process
We’re budgeting for a stronger tomorrow and building for the future. Learn how our budget process works and how you can get involved in the 2022 Budget. Learn more
Community News & Events
Church Community Volunteers - CCV Reopening

CCV is a registered charity that has a long history of providing important services to residents in the South West Mississauga community as they navigate the challenges of old age or diminished health. Specifically, we offer transportation to and from medical appointments for those who have no other way to get there. We also support health and fitness activities for residents of Sheridan Villa.
The last two years have been like no other for CCV. With the COVID-19 Pandemic and subsequent public health protocols beginning in early 2020, CCV services have been closed for an extended period of time. I am thrilled to announce that we will be reopening in early September, 2021 with revised health protocols.  
We are actively recruiting for Board members and volunteers to keep this wonderful service alive. If you are interested in volunteering or if you know someone who could use our services when we reopen, please reach out to us.  
For more information, please call (905) 822-3377 or email us at