Lakeview Village Parkland Public Engagement

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The Lakeview Village Development is a 177-acre mixed-use development on the eastern edge of Mississauga. This waterfront property will have a significant amount of parkland that includes a planned waterfront park connecting Lakefront Promenade Park to the west and the Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area to the east.

Project background

map of Lakeview Village Planned Parkland and existing nearby parksThe City’s Inspiration Lakeview Master Plan reflects and identifies the community’s vision for these lands. This Master Plan was developed through extensive public consultation lasting over four years and provides a framework for the future development of the Inspiration Lakeview lands. The site is part of the City’s Official Plan, Local Plan Area—Lakeview, Waterfront Park Strategy Refresh (2019) and Cycling Master Plan (2018).

The industrial lands sat vacant for numerous years until, in 2018, Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCPL) purchased the lands and began creating a vision and master plan for the site. There have been several public information sessions for these lands including four community engagement meetings led by LCPL between April 2018 and June 2019.

The LCPL has been working closely with the City to develop a vibrant live-work-play destination. The Lakeview Village Development is now at a stage where the City is seeking your input on its future parks. The City has been working with LCPL on the details of their parkland plan which provides a jumping-off point for the City-led park planning process.

Not everything proposed in the developer’s plan for parkland can be built with current available funding. Some proposed amenities require further support and may instead be identified as potential future work pending prioritization and this consultation process.

Your opinion matters

The City is seeking your help to understand what features you want to see prioritized in these future parks and if the feedback gathered during previous public engagement sessions remains relevant. This is not your only opportunity to provide input through the City-led park planning process. There will be other opportunities to participate in the future through feedback on park designs as they evolve.

Due to COVID-19, the City has postponed in-person public engagement activities based on public health recommendations and the need for physical distancing. With that in mind, we want you yo have a say on these future parks through a short online survey to capture your feedback.

Stay connected

Please email any questions or feedback to park.planning@mississauga.ca or contact us by phone at 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

The Lakeview Village Development is a 177-acre mixed-use development on the eastern edge of Mississauga. This waterfront property will have a significant amount of parkland that includes a planned waterfront park connecting Lakefront Promenade Park to the west and the Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area to the east.

Project background

map of Lakeview Village Planned Parkland and existing nearby parksThe City’s Inspiration Lakeview Master Plan reflects and identifies the community’s vision for these lands. This Master Plan was developed through extensive public consultation lasting over four years and provides a framework for the future development of the Inspiration Lakeview lands. The site is part of the City’s Official Plan, Local Plan Area—Lakeview, Waterfront Park Strategy Refresh (2019) and Cycling Master Plan (2018).

The industrial lands sat vacant for numerous years until, in 2018, Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCPL) purchased the lands and began creating a vision and master plan for the site. There have been several public information sessions for these lands including four community engagement meetings led by LCPL between April 2018 and June 2019.

The LCPL has been working closely with the City to develop a vibrant live-work-play destination. The Lakeview Village Development is now at a stage where the City is seeking your input on its future parks. The City has been working with LCPL on the details of their parkland plan which provides a jumping-off point for the City-led park planning process.

Not everything proposed in the developer’s plan for parkland can be built with current available funding. Some proposed amenities require further support and may instead be identified as potential future work pending prioritization and this consultation process.

Your opinion matters

The City is seeking your help to understand what features you want to see prioritized in these future parks and if the feedback gathered during previous public engagement sessions remains relevant. This is not your only opportunity to provide input through the City-led park planning process. There will be other opportunities to participate in the future through feedback on park designs as they evolve.

Due to COVID-19, the City has postponed in-person public engagement activities based on public health recommendations and the need for physical distancing. With that in mind, we want you yo have a say on these future parks through a short online survey to capture your feedback.

Stay connected

Please email any questions or feedback to park.planning@mississauga.ca or contact us by phone at 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

  • The City is seeking your help to understand what features you want to see prioritized in these future parks and if the feedback gathered during previous public engagement sessions remains relevant. This is not your only opportunity to provide input through the City-led park planning process. There will be other opportunities to participate in the future through feedback on park designs as they evolve. 

    Due to COVID-19, the City has postponed in-person public engagement activities based on public health recommendations and the need for physical distancing.  We want you to have your say on these future parks.

    Please assist our Park Planning Team by completing this survey.

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