The Government of Ontario announced a Provincewide shutdown to take effect on December 26, 2020 and remain in effect in Southern Ontario, including the Region of Peel until January 23, 2021. Prior to December 26, Mississauga remains in the Grey-Lockdown Level of the current COVID-19 Response Framework which will be paused when the Provincewide shutdown comes into effect.
I am pleased to announce a pilot project of a walking trail through the Lakeview Golf Course. The ungroomed marked trail will be open for walking and snowshoeing starting Thursday, January 7th Available Daily from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Free of Charge.
Limited staff will be onsite to monitor uptake and provide general oversight to the course, however no pre-reservation or check-in will be required.
Free Parking and Washrooms will be available to Visitors. Leashed Dogs will be welcomed.
Natural Ice Rinks in Ward 1
Below please find a list of parks in Ward 1 that have volunteers to run the Natural Ice Rink Program for 2020/2021. All rinks will be open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, subject to weather conditions.
Harold E Kennedy, 20 Rosewood Avenue
Spruce Park, 280 Angeline Street
Dellwood Park, 598 Arbor Road
Serson Park, 1100 Pelham Avenue
Laughton Heights Park, 1519 Sherway Drive
Ron Searle Park, 1494 Parkridge Road Westacres Park, 2166 Westfield Drive
For more information, please visithttps://www.mississauga.ca/events-and-attractions/parks/natural-ice-rinks/.
On- Street Parking
Please keep roads free of vehicles when it snows. Parked vehicles reduce our ability to efficiently clear roads for emergency vehicles and transit to travel.
On-Street Parking Restriction
An on-street parking restriction is in effect year round between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. Parked or stopped vehicles in contravention of the City’s Traffic By-law or on-street parking restriction will be issued a penalty notice and will be subject to towing and storage fees at the expense of the owner. The operational condition of a vehicle is not an exemption to these requirements.
Suspension of Temporary Parking Requests
Temporary parking requests can be suspended at any time during snow events to allow staff and machinery to safely clear our roads. New temporary parking requests will not be issued and current ones will not be recognized for the duration of snow clearing operations. We kindly ask residents to remove vehicles from City streets in order for crews to complete salting and snow clearing operations within our service standards timelines.
Vehicles that are found on City streets will be enforced in accordance with the City’s Traffic By-law and will be issued a penalty notice and subject to towing and storage fees at the expense of the owner.
To find out if temporary parking requests have been suspended follow us on Twitter @MississaugaSnow or call 311 (905-615-4311 if outside city limits).
The removal of snow may be necessary after a winter storm. This is typically limited to bridge decks, our business improvement areas (BIA's), or emergency situations. In the event snow removal operations may impact an area used for public parking, temporary 'No Parking' signs will be installed 24 hours prior to snow removal operations. Vehicles in contravention of the Traffic By-law will be issued a penalty notice and will be subject to towing and storage fees at the expense of the owner.
For more information on snow clearing in Ward 1 and the City of Mississauga, please visit https://web.mississauga.ca/services-and-programs/transportation-and-streets/roads-and-sidewalks/snow-clearing/
As of Saturday, January 9th, all GO train trips serving Niagara Falls will be suspended for the winter season to match customer demand and use our resources efficiently. We expect to resume the weekend service again in spring 2021.
Customers can use the existing Route 12 buses, which run hourly in both directions and connect with Lakeshore West trains at Burlington GO Station. The elevators at Burlington GO are out of service until early 2021 while we carry out important upgrades. Find more information here.
Dog Waste Survey
Have your say! Help us plan for the future of Mississauga’s in-ground dog waste containers in parks. Take the online survey by Thursday, January 14, 2021: http://bit.ly/dog-waste-survey.
How to Dispose of your Christmas Tree
Christmas tree collection in Ward 1 will be on Monday January 18, 2021.
For tips on proper disposal, please visithttps://www.peelregion.ca/waste/.
Mississauga Library Tops One Million eBook and Audiobook Checkouts
Mississauga Library surpassed one million digital book checkouts in November 2020, two months earlier than anticipated. This milestone demonstrates the continued growth and importance of libraries and digital lending of eBooks and Audiobooks at a time when the City’s library locations are faced with building closures and service changes due to COVID-19. Mississauga Library is one of 75 public library systems worldwide on track to surpass one million checkouts by the end of this year. For more information on the City of Mississauga's Libraries, eBooks and Audiobooks, please visithttps://www.mississauga.ca/city-of-mississauga-news/news/mississauga-library-tops-one-million-ebook-and-audiobook-checkouts-in-2020/
You’re invited to join us for a variety of activities through your computer, tablet, or phone!
- Programs are free and open to all residents ages 55+
- Programs include group discussions, activities and fitness classes
- All sessions open 5 minutes before the designated start time
- Each activity is 30-60 minutes
For full program descriptions, links to register or to join our virtual programs go to our website: https://www.mississauga.ca/recreation-and-sports/stay-home-stay-active/stay-home-stay-active-virtual-activities-for-older-adults/
The City of Mississauga is excited to offer free and interactive virtual programs for resident’s ages 55+ each weekday, from the comfort and convenience of your home.
Coffee Talk with Councillor Dasko
Tuesdays at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Each week, Councillor Dasko gives updates on local and current events.
Call in by phone at 1-647-484-1596 and when prompted, use meeting number 160 084 8145
Telephone Number for Shelter Supports
Members of Council requested immediate action to improve access to the shelter system, as such, staff have worked with our shelter provider, the Salvation Army, to create one new, streamlined number for shelter support:
Through this line, trained staff will support callers in finding the best shelter for their needs. This includes space in both regionally-managed shelters, and in shelters run by other organizations in Peel.
COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT INFORMATION
The Committee of Adjustment website below has some information explaining what the Committee of Adjustment is, the process, role of staff and what the different types of applications are.