Ward 8 E-News
Anyone with information concerning aggressive driving or street racing activities in the Region of Peel should contact 905-453-3311.

Driving complaints should be filed through the Road Watch portal on the Police website.

Contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or peelcrimestoppers.ca.
The City’s winter maintenance crews clear priority roads and sidewalks, on-street bike lanes, bus stops, pedestrian crossings and specific trails within 12 to 24 hours of the snow stopping.

Crews clear residential roads within 24 to 36 hours of the snow stopping.
Although we salt and plow roads and sidewalks to make them safe and passable, some snow may remain. Only priority roads are cleared to bare pavement.

It may take us longer to clear roads and sidewalks if there are back-to-back storms, or a significant weather event.

Follow all the action on @mississaugasnow
Keep Wildlife Wild  

This information is provided by the City of Mississauga Animal Services
For more information visit Mississauga Animal Services
Learn how we’re budgeting, planning and investing for the future while prioritizing what’s important to you like, transit, road maintenance, snow clearing, recreation and emergency services.

There is something for everyone to enjoy this winter! View programs, classes and activities, and Winter and March Break camps on Active Mississauga

For sports, recreation, culture and library programs, registration for residents begins on Monday, December 5 at 6 a.m.

Remember to register before classes, programs and camps fill up. Have questions about using Active Mississauga? Visit our
FAQ and sign-up to have some fun this winter!

For more information about the campaign