Have Your Say on the 2018 Budget


Tell Us Where Your Property Tax Dollars Should Go

We want to hear from you on the proposed 2018 Budget. Your participation will help us decide how the City's property tax dollars should be spent. Share your ideas and opinions.


Try the Budget Allocator

The budget allocator is a great way to learn about the cost of City services and to tell us about your priorities. It enables you to suggest the funding for twelve of the day-to-day services you rely on the most.

Try the budget allocator →


Telephone Budget Sessions

Sign up to participate in a telephone budget session, where you can ask a question about the budget or listen in on the discussion with senior staff.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 (Wards 3 & 4) - Register

Past sessions

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 (City Wide) - Listen to the Telephone Budget Session

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 (Wards 2 & 6) - Listen to the Telephone Budget Session


Community Meetings

Ward 9 Community Meeting

Monday, October 23, 2017
7 to 9 p.m.
Meadowvale Community Centre
Youth/Senior Room
6655 Glen Erin Dr.

This is your chance to hear the budget information from both the City and Region of Peel, ask questions and provide comments. The meeting will also be available via live stream. Learn more

Ward 2 Community Meeting

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
7 to 8 p.m.
Lorne Park Secondary School
Lecture Hall
1324 Lorne Park Rd.


Request a Meeting

Request a one-hour overview presentation of the proposed 2018 Budget for your organization, club or community group. Book a date


Visit our Pop-up Kiosk

Pop-up Kiosks where visitors can try the budget allocator will be available at various Mississauga Library locations.

Tuesday, October 24
Malton Library
3540 Morning Star Dr. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.

Thursday, October 26
Central Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.

Tuesday, November 7
Churchill Meadows Library
3801 Thomas St. [map]
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, November 8
Courtneypark Library
730 Courtneypark Dr. W. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.


Ask a Question

Got a question? Ask it below.


Tell Us Where Your Property Tax Dollars Should Go

We want to hear from you on the proposed 2018 Budget. Your participation will help us decide how the City's property tax dollars should be spent. Share your ideas and opinions.


Try the Budget Allocator

The budget allocator is a great way to learn about the cost of City services and to tell us about your priorities. It enables you to suggest the funding for twelve of the day-to-day services you rely on the most.

Try the budget allocator →


Telephone Budget Sessions

Sign up to participate in a telephone budget session, where you can ask a question about the budget or listen in on the discussion with senior staff.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 (Wards 3 & 4) - Register

Past sessions

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 (City Wide) - Listen to the Telephone Budget Session

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 (Wards 2 & 6) - Listen to the Telephone Budget Session


Community Meetings

Ward 9 Community Meeting

Monday, October 23, 2017
7 to 9 p.m.
Meadowvale Community Centre
Youth/Senior Room
6655 Glen Erin Dr.

This is your chance to hear the budget information from both the City and Region of Peel, ask questions and provide comments. The meeting will also be available via live stream. Learn more

Ward 2 Community Meeting

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
7 to 8 p.m.
Lorne Park Secondary School
Lecture Hall
1324 Lorne Park Rd.


Request a Meeting

Request a one-hour overview presentation of the proposed 2018 Budget for your organization, club or community group. Book a date


Visit our Pop-up Kiosk

Pop-up Kiosks where visitors can try the budget allocator will be available at various Mississauga Library locations.

Tuesday, October 24
Malton Library
3540 Morning Star Dr. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.

Thursday, October 26
Central Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.

Tuesday, November 7
Churchill Meadows Library
3801 Thomas St. [map]
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, November 8
Courtneypark Library
730 Courtneypark Dr. W. [map]
6 to 8 p.m.


Ask a Question

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  • Why do we have A City of Mississauga when two thirds of our property taxes are administered by Peel Region. Is it time for serious discussion on AMALGAMATION? Peter Crawford

    Concerned citizen asked 22 days ago
    It’s important to understand that Mississauga gets 34 per cent of every tax dollar received, while the Region gets 45 per cent and 21 per cent goes to the Government of Ontario. As a two-tier municipality, Mississauga provides services and programs that are distinct from those delivered by the Region of Peel. City services include local roads, transit, snow clearing, libraries and community centres, city parks and street tree and fire and emergency services. The Region of Peel is responsible for police, paramedics, waste management, public health and social services. Service delivery is coordinated, not duplicated. The City administers all property tax dollars collected on behalf of the Region of Peel and Government of Ontario. 

    The City, through its business planning and budgeting process, will continue to explore ways to increase efficiencies in service delivery, with a focus on providing value for money. 

    Please note that for over 15 years, the City of Mississauga has engaged on the issue of two-tier governance. More information is available at www.mississauga.ca/portal/cityhall/regionalgovernance
  • As a healthcare worker who works in the downtown Toronto core of hospitals, like many, struggle to find alternatives to getting into the core of Toronto in a timely manner. Although go trains are available they are not available early or late enough to support shift workers communing. The only line available is lakeshore, and the drive down to catch the go train isn't beneficial and is just as easy to drive in especially in early mornings. Will there ever be a plan to improve our transit into Toronto by means of a subway connecting into TTC subway line?

    Natalie asked 18 days ago
    There are no plans to extend the Bloor-Danforth Subway line into Mississauga. The City, through Dundas Connects Project is considering Bus Rapid Transit along Dundas connecting to the subway at Kipling. This transit technology is more appropriate from a capacity, cost and speed of implementation for this corridor than a subway line is. At present, GO Transit offers a train-bus service to Union Station on the Milton and Kitchener lines when the trains are not running (GO buses stopping at Mississauga rail stations). This service offers competitive off-peak travel times and the span of service exceeds that offered by the TTC Subway.
  • I am Thambi in Streetsville I wish to know about the one dollar fare for seniors on Miway extending to whole day. When it was introduced it was said the time restriction would be for some experimental period only. I have seldom or never seen buses going crowded or overloaded during the prohibited time, There are always vacant seats during the prohibited period of 6:00 AM - 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM..Please let us know if the experimental period would end and the ban during the restricted time would be lifted.

    thambi asked 18 days ago
    City Council has made the seniors off-peak $1 cash fare permanent as of October 11, 2017. This provides an affordable off-peak travel option for seniors that is significantly below the regular fare for all other users: Child $1.65, Students $2.25 and Adult Presto $3. MiWay delivers a network of 83 routes during peak times. It is inevitable that certain routes or trips will not be full although many of the core routes are experiencing heavy loads during these times. Most customers ride on more than one route to complete their journey and this usually involves a transfer to a core route. Fares must be consistent across the network and there are no plans to extend the senior $1 cash fare to peak periods.
  • What are the dates/times/locations for the pop-up kiosk? It says it will run from Sept 11-Nov 1 and to check back for more details, but it is now a month in, with no details on this page!

    winterseeking-iom7ve asked 18 days ago
    2018 Budget: Pop up Kiosks at Mississauga Libraries 

    October 24
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Malton Library 

    October 26
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Central Library 

    November 7
    5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Churchill Meadows 

    November 8
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Courtney Park
  • Do the property taxes collected just go to general revenue?

    about 1 month ago

    The property tax is the City’s primary source of funding. It helps pay for important services, such as keeping roads in good repair, maintaining and expanding our transit system, supporting our fire and emergency services, parks, community centres, libraries and much more.

    We provide all of these services with just 34 cents of every tax dollar collected. The rest goes to the Region of Peel and the Government of Ontario.

    The City also receives revenues from other sources such as user fees and developer contributions.