Councillor's Message

Dear  neighbours,

The leaves are changing , the mornings are cooler and it is getting darker earlier - all signs of Fall!
We recently held our Ward 8 BBQ & Swim event on Friday, September 20 at South Common Community Centre.  It was a wonderful evening & great to see so many familiar faces.  Thank you to all that participated  in bringing amazing information to display for our residents.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone - I wish you all a wonderful holiday!
If there is anything I can assist with, please do not hesitate to contact my office or send me an email.



Who do you reach out when a tree is down, you need a parking permit or you have a question about your tax bill?  City of Mississauga has 311 Citizen Contact Centre to provide you with customer service when you have questions about programs or services in Mississauga.


Rally for Bianca Andreescu!


Getting ready for Fall 

Fall Programs

Council is proud to be supporting #SmileCookie week at Tim Hortons.

Credit Valley Horticultural Society 


Wednesday, October 9th  
8:00 pm

South Common Community Centre
Arbour Green Room

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

Mississauga Mayor's Food Drive

Have you noticed long grass that needs cutting or a light in need of repair?  Litter, overflowing garbage cans on city property,  graffiti or a city washroom facility not functioning properly?  

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

Canadian Federation of University Women is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. 

The Mississauga Chapter is holding a
dinner on October 7th with a 1919 Era Theme. For more information, check out our 

Weekly yard waste collection once again begins Monday, September 30, 2019 and runs until Friday, December 13, 2019 for residents in Mississauga. 


Festivals run until October !

Lions Farmers Market
Every Wednesday
9:00 am  Until October 16th


Windrow Applications

Some Mississauga residents can get ahead of winter and start applying for the City's Driveway Windrow Snow Clearing Program . The program provides snow clearing assistance by clearing a space in the windrow for residents 65 years or older and for people with physical disabilities.
A windrow is a pile of snow left at the end of a driveway after a snow plow has cleared a road. Eligible residents have until 9 p.m. on November 8, 2019 to apply for this year's program.
"We encourage eligible residents to take advantage of this opportunity so that snow clearing and getting out of their driveway is made easier for them this winter," said Mickey Frost, Director, Works Operations and Maintenance. "As this program only accepts a maximum of 300 applicants on a first-come first-serve basis, residents should apply as soon as they can to secure their spot."
Details about the program:

The program will run from December 2, 2019 to March 27, 2020.


Windrow snow clearing will be completed up to 36 hours after a snowfall has ended.


A space in the windrow will be cleared (about three metres or 10 feet wide) to allow one car to get in and out of the driveway.


Free for eligible residents who require financial assistance and $200 for those who don't.


Only one person per address can apply.

Visit mississauga.ca/windrow to download the application form. Completed application
s can be submitted to any
community centre , the Mississauga Seniors' Centre  or the Recreation Customer Service Centre located at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
For more information, visit mississauga.ca/windrow.

Ward 8 BBQ
Thank you to all that participated  and who attended the BBQ on
Friday, September 20th at
South Common Community Centre



Mississauga Budget 2020

Mississauga's annual Budget details how we plan to invest taxpayers' money to deliver the services residents need and expect.  In the 2020 Budget, more transit service, enhanced public safety, safe roads and preserving your quality of life remain priorities.

Get Involved:
  • Follow the City on twitter join the conversation using #SaugaBudget 

Email questions or comments to  Budget@mississauga.ca

Learn the value of your tax dollars at 

Climate Change Project

The City of Mississauga has developed a draft Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) for public input. In recent years, Mississauga has seen increased seasonal flooding, ice storms and some of the hottest summers on record. 
The CCAP details actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare Mississauga for a changing global climate. Residents can provide input at one of three open houses. 
An online survey is also available for those unable to attend the open houses.

Calling All Filmmakers!

Are you an amateur or professional filmmaker looking for an opportunity to tell a story about your experience in Mississauga?  The City of Mississauga has launched a short film competition as part of its initial conversation with the community to the City's Official Plan Review.

Submission Deadline  October 15, 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