City of Mississauga enters Step One of Government of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen on June 11

The Government of Ontario has announced that the province will enter Step One of the Roadmap to Reopen on Friday, June 11 at 12:01 a.m. Under Step One of the reopening framework, the following is permitted: Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 10 people Outdoor dining with up to four people per table, with …

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Eden Food for Change Satellite Food Bank in Streetsville

Eden Food for Change has opened a new satellite Food Bank in Streetsville. Located behind Streetsville United Church at 274 Queen St. S., the satellite location is open on a weekly basis on Wednesdays between the hours of 2 to 5 p.m. The satellite location was made possible by many community donors, including the Rotary Club …

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Accelerated COVID-19 Vaccine Second Doses in Hot Spot Areas

11 June, 2021 Please be advised that the Province is further expanding eligibility for accelerated second doses in Delta variant hot spot areas to ensure a strong level of protection against COVID-19 and variants.  As of 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 14, 2021, individuals who received their first dose of an mRNA vaccine on or before …

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2021 Budget Approved

2021 Tax ImpactProperty taxes in Mississauga are used to fund services provided by the City of Mississauga, the Region of Peel and the Government of Ontario for the Ministry of Education. Of every property tax dollar, 36 per cent goes to the City; the rest is divided between the Region of Peel at 45 per …

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2021 Property Tax Deferral Program Available for Eligible Mississauga Property Owners

A 2021 Property Tax Deferral program will allow eligible property owners to apply to defer their property tax payments until December 15, 2021. The application-based program will allow eligible residential and business property owners to apply to defer their property tax payments in 2021. As of January 1, 2021, all regular property tax billings, collections, …

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Provincial Offences Act Part III Summons Matters Conducted By Phone Beginning February 1, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Provincial Offences Act Part III Summons matters in the Ontario Court of Justice will be conducted by phone only, as of February 1, 2021. Part III Summons issued at roadside and Part III Summons issued for by-law offences will be conducted by phone only in a passcode access conference call. …

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City’s Website Redesigned

The City of Mississauga has a new, redesigned website at Mississauga.ca featuring improved search, streamlined information and services, and a responsive design that works on all your favourite devices. The City’s site – Mississauga.ca receives over 1.1 million unique page views per month. During early testing of the redesigned site, an average of 450 people …

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Virtual Challenge to Encourage Youth to take Action on Climate Change

The City of Mississauga has launched the Climate Change Youth Challenge “Mission to Earth,” a virtual educational program for high school and post-secondary students, as part of the implementation of the Climate Change Action Plan. The six-month program will engage and challenge youth to develop sustainable solutions for Mississauga, such as transitioning to efficient energy …

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MiWay Introduces First-Ever 60 Foot Hybrid-Electric Buses in Ontario

Today, MiWay announced the introduction of 11 new, second-generation 60 foot hybrid-electric buses that are convertible to full battery power, helping to reduce the environmental impacts of public transit – advancing the City of Mississauga’s commitment to zero-emission buses in its fleet. These are the first buses of its kind in Ontario and the third …

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First Pedestrian Master Plan

The City of Mississauga is creating its first Pedestrian Master Plan to help identify gaps in its pedestrian network. The City will seek community feedback through an online survey and a virtual public information session The Pedestrian Master Plan will: review the City’s existing pedestrian network (sidewalks, crosswalks, walkways, multi-use trails), and identify opportunities for future infrastructure projects identify …

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