Councillor's Message

Dear  neighbours,

Goodbye Snow, Hello Flowers!

A reminder that as we experience the rainy weather, there could be potential flooding.  Please keep children and pets away from creeks and rivers.
The City of Mississauga will be hosting a Town Hall on Monday, April 8th @ 7:00 pm to discuss the Regional Governance Report.  This will be taking place at Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Dr in Council Chambers.

If there is anything I can assist with, please do not hesitate to contact my office or send me an email.



As the snow thaws, we know that garbage can pile up.  Rest assured, the city crews are on clean-up duty.  

Set a good example.  don't be a litterbug & inform others about the impacts littering can have on the environment & how they can do their part!

Report litter, dumping or debris using Mississauga's  Online Tool  or call 3-1-1

Get ready to have fun by visiting 
Summer Programs

For more information about building permits in Mississauga, please visit the Planning Information Hub.

Credit Valley Horticultural Society 


Wednesday, April 10  - 8:00 pm

South Common Community Centre
Arbour Green Room

Visitors & new members are welcome,
(non-members $2.00)


Using a smartphone, residents can report on issues under the "Report a Problem" button using the free mobile app.  


Mississauga Celebration Square hosts a dynamic mix of free events and festivals throughout the year.


Regional Governance Town Hall Meeting
Monday, April 8, 2019
7:00 pm

Mississauga Civic Centre

Residents invited to Town Hall on Mississauga's Position on Independence from the Region of Peel
At the March 27 Council meeting, Mississauga City Council adopted a motion approving in principle that Mississauga become independent from the Region of Peel, subsequent to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing's Regional Government Review .
The City is hosting a resident Town Hall on the matter of independence from the Region of Peel on Monday, April 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Council Chamber - second floor (300 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON ) .  Residents can also watch live streaming on Facebook, Twitter and Mississauga.ca.
As part of the Government of Ontario's review, the Ministry is conducting online public consultation until April 23, 2019. Residents are encouraged to share their thoughts on regional government reform through this channel.
For more information on the City's position, including the corporate report, resolution and Questions and Answers, visit mississauga.ca/regional-government-review.

Smart City Master Plan

City of Mississauga staff are seeking community input on its proposed Smart City Master Plan. The public is invited to attend five community and industry engagement events taking place in March and April as a follow up to the Smart City public consultation sessions held in 2018.

A Smart City is a municipality that uses data and communication technologies to increase operational efficiency, improve government services and quality of life - such as free public Wi-Fi, open data, hackathons, Advanced Traffic Management, online services, mobile apps, social media and an Internet of Things (IoT) fibre network that can help with everything from traffic management to air quality.

Provide your input into the City's proposed Smart City Master Plan.

When and Where:
Thursday, April 4, 2019
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mississauga Central Library [MAP]
Glass Pavilion
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W
Mississauga, ON
Register to attend

Monday, April 22, 2019
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mississauga Civic Centre [MAP]
Great Hall
300 City Centre Dr.
Mississauga, ON
Register to attend

Earth Days 2019

Earth Days 2019 are right around the corner!  Do you have a group that is planning on participating in this years 20 minute clean up?  Be sure to read all the events planned for  Earth Days 2019.   
Honouring Amazing People in Your Life

Nominations are now open for the City of Mississauga's 2019 Civic Awards of Recognition.

Until May 3, you can nominate outstanding individuals, community groups & businesses whose contributions help make Mississauga a great place to live, work & play.

Achievements are recognized in the 
following 4 categories:

Voluntary Community Service
Individuals or groups that have improved the quality of life in our community through volunteer efforts.
Y outh Community and Civic Engagement
Youth between 14 and 24 who have contributed more than 100 voluntary hours to community or civic activities.
Achievement in Sports
Athletes or teams that have won championships at a city-wide, regional, provincial, national or international level.
Achievement in Arts
Artists or arts groups that have won competitions, juried shows or exhibitions. Outstanding accomplishments in academic fields may also be recognized.
If someone you know is an obvious fit in one of the above mentioned categories, your next steps are simple:


 1 -  Visit the City's website at mississauga.ca/civicrecognition

2 -  Review the award criteria

3 - Fill out the online nomination form. You can also download the form and submit it by email or mail

The City will consider the first 100 nominees and review nominations on a first come, first served basis.

Nominees who qualify will be invited to receive their awards during an official ceremony at the Mississauga Civic Centre on 
Tuesday, June 11, 2019. 

If you have an upcoming community event and you 
would like to submit it in our e-newsletter, please 
contact  our office prior to the 20th day of the month 
to ensure placement.

Please contact us at 905-896-5800
Mississauga.ca                                   Matt Mahoney  -  Ward 8                                        905-896-5800