Ward 8 E-News
Due to the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, information is changing quickly. For the most up-to-date information, including the status of services on what’s open and closed as it relates to new Government restrictions, please visit the following sites:
City of Mississauga

Region of Peel Public Health


Province of Ontario

Government of Canada



Update on COVID-19 vaccine roll-out & clinic locations in Mississauga




Vaccines available at mass vaccination sites for 12+ in Peel

Information will be posted on the Peel website:

Trillium Health Health Partners booking site:

Vaccine Booking: Quick Links/Lines

Call Peel Public Health Phone Line at 905-791-5202 (8am-8pm, 7 days)
Call Provincial Vaccine Booking Phone Line: 1-888-999-6488
Transhelp – Transportation support to vaccine appointments: 905-791-1015
Note: You must call 48 hours in advance but are not required to be a current Transhelp client 

The City of Mississauga is planning to offer a variety of summer day camp programs that include: Summer Fun Camp (4.5 to 12 years old), Outdoor Explorers Camp (8 to 10 years old) and Outdoor Leadership Camp (10 to 12 years old). 

Residents can register directly at ActiveMississauga.ca

The City of Mississauga is launching its annual Integrated Pest Management program to help reduce the number of gypsy moth caterpillars in Mississauga.

This invasive insect causes tree destruction by feeding on the leaves of oak and other deciduous trees. After repeated defoliation, trees may die or become so weakened that they are vulnerable to secondary infestations.

The Province also announced a Three-Step Roadmap to Safely Reopen the Province which outlines when other sectors like outdoor dining, personal services and outdoor fitness can safely reopen.
 
The current Stay-at-Home Order requires everyone to remain at home except for essential reasons, such as grocery shopping, going to the pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), outdoor exercise or for work that cannot be done remotely.
June is Seniors Month in Ontario and this year’s theme is Stay Safe, Active and Connected. It is a time when we recognize our amazing older adults and the contributions they have made in communities across our province. Further Information

Join the live kick-off event, on June 1 starting at 11:00 am!
We are Resilient will demonstrate the relevance of climate change to our daily lives, and some of the ways we can and are currently taking action in Mississauga through resident photographs and stories. The Environment and Museum teams will host climate change and environmentally themed outreach programs throughout the year to keep the conversation top of mind for residents.

Unitl August 31, residents can submit their photos with accompanying stories that represent their experience with climate change in Mississauga.


Recreation, Parks and Forestry channels can be found under the handle @saugaparksrec.

Parks is excited to share a new Parks page on mississauga.ca.
City-wide Community Engagement Sessions:
 
1.     Virtual Community Meeting on Tuesday, June 15 - 6:30-7:30 pm
What are the priorities for the environment and transportation in our future city?
2.     Virtual Community Meeting on Thursday, June 17 - 6:30-8:00 pm
Where will major growth go in our future city? 
3.     Virtual Community Meeting on Wednesday, June 23 - 6:30-8:00 pm
How will we increase housing choices in our low-rise neighbourhoods? 
  
We would also like the community to review the minor or mandated draft Official Plan policy changes made to the Vision and Heritage, Culture, and Jobs theme areasFurther opportunity for input on these themes may be completed online beginning in June.
 
For more information please go to the Official Plan Review and Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhoods project pages.
Anyone with an interest in rental apartment building standards and maintenance can share their experiences, thoughts and ideas by visiting mississauga.ca/apartment-standards-and-maintenance to ask a question and take the online survey. The input received will help determine the need for a standards and maintenance program for rental apartment buildings in Mississauga.

The online survey is available until July 31, 2021.
All police driving complaints are required to be reported through the Peel Regional Police Road Watch avenue. This will assist PRP to better serve everyone.