Cultural Heritage Landscape Project

Phase 2 of the Conserving Heritage Landscapes Project has commenced!

We need your help to identify Mississauga places that are unique and valuable to you. Join the conversation and get in involved with Phase 2 of our project in two ways, online or in person at our public workshop.

  1. Online: Complete our online survey, and participants who successfully complete the survey will be entered into a random draw for a Square One $50 Gift Card (Rules & Regulations). Or
  2. Public Workshop: Attend the Public Workshop on September 19th at Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Fleetwood Village Room located at 1500 Gulleden Drive from 7-9 p.m. Participants who attend the workshop will be entered into a random draw onsite for a Square One $50 Gift Card.

Get Involved

The City is updating its 2005 Cultural Heritage Landscape Inventory. Cultural heritage landscapes are *areas* of cultural heritage value or interest. The review includes:

  • Evaluating the 2005 inventory for landscapes to be included or removed
  • Determining if additional cultural heritage landscapes may be added to the inventory, and
  • Examining ways to effectively manage change within and around these landscapes

Your participation and input is critical in identifying what places are unique and valuable to you, and what makes these places important. Please share your memories, opinions, drawings, images and ideas about what makes any and all of these places important and special.

Is there a cultural heritage landscape missing from the Inventory?

Submit new cultural heritage landscape suggestions here. (Deadline: September 30, 2019)

Archaeological Services Inc. (ASI), SGL Planning and Design Inc. landPlan and GBCA Architects are conducting the review.



Phase 2 of the Conserving Heritage Landscapes Project has commenced!

We need your help to identify Mississauga places that are unique and valuable to you. Join the conversation and get in involved with Phase 2 of our project in two ways, online or in person at our public workshop.

  1. Online: Complete our online survey, and participants who successfully complete the survey will be entered into a random draw for a Square One $50 Gift Card (Rules & Regulations). Or
  2. Public Workshop: Attend the Public Workshop on September 19th at Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Fleetwood Village Room located at 1500 Gulleden Drive from 7-9 p.m. Participants who attend the workshop will be entered into a random draw onsite for a Square One $50 Gift Card.

Get Involved

The City is updating its 2005 Cultural Heritage Landscape Inventory. Cultural heritage landscapes are *areas* of cultural heritage value or interest. The review includes:

  • Evaluating the 2005 inventory for landscapes to be included or removed
  • Determining if additional cultural heritage landscapes may be added to the inventory, and
  • Examining ways to effectively manage change within and around these landscapes

Your participation and input is critical in identifying what places are unique and valuable to you, and what makes these places important. Please share your memories, opinions, drawings, images and ideas about what makes any and all of these places important and special.

Is there a cultural heritage landscape missing from the Inventory?

Submit new cultural heritage landscape suggestions here. (Deadline: September 30, 2019)

Archaeological Services Inc. (ASI), SGL Planning and Design Inc. landPlan and GBCA Architects are conducting the review.



Phase 2: Cultural Landscape Map

2 months

This map shows the landscapes that are being reviewed as part of Phase 2 of the Cultural Heritage Landscape Project including Farms and Estates (Yellow), Parks and Open Spaces (Teal), Industrial (Purple), and Campuses and Golf Courses (Green). Please identify what places are unique and valuable to you, and what makes these places important. 

Please share your memories, opinions, drawings, images and ideas about what makes any and all of these places important and special.

The descriptions of the landscapes are derived from the 2005 Inventory of Cultural Landscapes.

This map shows the landscapes that are being reviewed as part of Phase 2 of the Cultural Heritage Landscape Project including Farms and Estates (Yellow), Parks and Open Spaces (Teal), Industrial (Purple), and Campuses and Golf Courses (Green). Please identify what places are unique and valuable to you, and what makes these places important. 

Please share your memories, opinions, drawings, images and ideas about what makes any and all of these places important and special.

The descriptions of the landscapes are derived from the 2005 Inventory of Cultural Landscapes.