Mississauga Library Set to Reopen Locations for Limited Service

On September 15, most Mississauga Library locations will open to provide limited services. Frank McKechnie Library will continue to offer curbside holds pickup until its renovations are completed in mid-October.Hours of operation and select services are being made available in a way that protects public and staff health and safety. Library visits are limited to a one-hour maximum …

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New Amendments to Noise Control By-Law

The City of Mississauga is taking action to address vehicle noise after Council approved a proposed amendment to the Noise Control By-law. The amended by-law will prohibit anyone from making unnecessary noise in both stationary and moving motor vehicles. This includes unreasonable noise caused by sounding a horn, playing loud music from their vehicle, revving an engine …

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Mississauga Allocated $46 million from Province of Ontario Economic Response – COVID-19

The Province of Ontario announced Phase 1 of funding as part of the Safe Restart Agreement between the Federal government and the Provinces and Territories.Mississauga Allocations for Phase 1 $46.083M Mississauga – Phase 1 Funding – $14.997M to help municipalities respond to local priorities Mississauga – Phase 1 Transit Funding – $31.086M to keep the …

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Be Safe, Be Seen, Be Courteous: Brush Up on Mississauga’s Trail Etiquette

As Mississauga continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, its trails are seeing even more traffic than normal, with residents looking to get outdoors and get some exercise while practising physical distancing. The City’s network of shared pathways and trails is expansive, contains many hidden gems and provides pedestrians and cyclists alike with opportunities to visit Mississauga landmarks …

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City of Mississauga Enters Stage 3 of Province’s Reopening Plan

July 31, 2020 Please be advised that following the Government of Ontario’s announcement this week, Mississauga, as part of the Region of Peel, has been given the green light to enter Stage 3 of Ontario’s Framework for Reopening Our Province today, Friday, July 31. Stage 3 brings new restrictions on social gatherings. The limit on indoor gatherings …

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2020 Streetsville Santa Claus Parade Cancellation

The Streetsville Santa Claus Parade Committee is saddened to announce that Santa wants everyone safe and healthy, so right now that means he will have to stay home to work in the North Pole!   Due to the current COVID19 conditions and future uncertainty, The Parade Committee will not be able to proceed with a Streetsville …

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Mississauga’s Four Pillar Recovery Plans – Corporate, Financial, Economic and Community

City Council approved the  Corporate  and the  Financial  Pillar Recovery Plans, two of the four pillars outlined in the City’s overall COVID-19 Recovery Framework. The  COVID-19 Recovery Framework provides a plan for what recovery operations will look like at the City of Mississauga. The framework outlines work in four key areas: Community, Economic, Financial and Corporate. The Recovery Framework supports our …

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Mandatory Face Covering By-law For Indoor Public Spaces

Mississauga City Council approved a new by-law requiring face coverings to be worn in all indoor public spaces that are accessible to the public. The by-law is in effect as of July 10, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Face coverings (including a mask, bandana or scarf) are to be constructed of cloth, linen …

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City Adopts New Framework to Keep Pedestrians and Cyclists Moving Safely

The City of Mississauga is moving forward with an Active Transportation COVID-19 Recovery Framework. Starting this summer, the City will introduce more short-term and long-term active transportation options for cyclists and pedestrians that allow for safe physical distancing. Residents can look forward to Quiet Streets that limit vehicle traffic, temporary road closures that provide more …

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Mississauga’s Interactive Map for Coyote Sightings

Mississauga residents can report coyote sightings with an  interactive map  and online reporting system. The map – created by the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) team and powered by  ESRI  – will allow residents to conveniently report coyote sightings and for Mississauga Animal Services to better track coyote reports. This new system should not be used for immediate reports …

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