Future Directions

About the project

Help shape the services offered by the city by participating in Future Directions this fall. Plans for Recreation, Culture, Library, Fire & Emergency Services and Parks, Forestry & Environment are being updated to reflect the City’s rapidly changing trends, infrastructure and service delivery needs.

We want to hear from you

We would like to get a better understanding of what is important to you when it comes to these services. Your input will help shape these city plans. We’ll combine your ideas with other relevant data, inputs and trends to guide how we spend our time, resources and funds on community priorities. Consultations begin in late 2022.

Process

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Consultation
Feedback
Approval
Your input is collected, analysed and combined with other data to form the plans.
Each strategic plan will be available to review with opportunities to leave feedback.
Once approved by Mississauga Council, the plans will be made available to view and download.
Starts late 2022
Upcoming
Upcoming


Community impact

Participating in Future Directions has a direct impact on your community. Since the last update in 2019, a number of projects have been started and completed including:

Aerial photo of the new Fairwinds Park multi-use pad.Photo: Christian Lanctot

Constructed four new multi-use pads to increase outdoor recreation experiences

Renovations have begun on the Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Malton Youth Hub and Carmen Corbasson Community Centre


Rendering of the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre renovation

Mississauga Library staff member showing a child how to use a tablet

Reopening in 2023, the Hazel McCallion Central Library is currently undergoing a major renovation to meet the growing needs of customers and changing business priorities.

Leveraged new and innovative technologies that enhance the delivery of fire and life safety services


Mississauga Firefighter using new equipment to help save lives.
Beacon Silo exhibit by Chris Steel showing a design using steel, plexiglass and LED lights in Celebration Square.Chris Foster, Beacon Silo, 2020

Expanded the Culture Public Art Program to include Digital Public Art installations


Download the 2019 Future Directions Strategic Plans.

About the project

Help shape the services offered by the city by participating in Future Directions this fall. Plans for Recreation, Culture, Library, Fire & Emergency Services and Parks, Forestry & Environment are being updated to reflect the City’s rapidly changing trends, infrastructure and service delivery needs.

We want to hear from you

We would like to get a better understanding of what is important to you when it comes to these services. Your input will help shape these city plans. We’ll combine your ideas with other relevant data, inputs and trends to guide how we spend our time, resources and funds on community priorities. Consultations begin in late 2022.

Process

Icon with speech bubbles illustration
Icon with megaphone illustration
Icon with cellphone and check mark illustration
Consultation
Feedback
Approval
Your input is collected, analysed and combined with other data to form the plans.
Each strategic plan will be available to review with opportunities to leave feedback.
Once approved by Mississauga Council, the plans will be made available to view and download.
Starts late 2022
Upcoming
Upcoming


Community impact

Participating in Future Directions has a direct impact on your community. Since the last update in 2019, a number of projects have been started and completed including:

Aerial photo of the new Fairwinds Park multi-use pad.Photo: Christian Lanctot

Constructed four new multi-use pads to increase outdoor recreation experiences

Renovations have begun on the Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Malton Youth Hub and Carmen Corbasson Community Centre


Rendering of the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre renovation

Mississauga Library staff member showing a child how to use a tablet

Reopening in 2023, the Hazel McCallion Central Library is currently undergoing a major renovation to meet the growing needs of customers and changing business priorities.

Leveraged new and innovative technologies that enhance the delivery of fire and life safety services


Mississauga Firefighter using new equipment to help save lives.
Beacon Silo exhibit by Chris Steel showing a design using steel, plexiglass and LED lights in Celebration Square.Chris Foster, Beacon Silo, 2020

Expanded the Culture Public Art Program to include Digital Public Art installations


Download the 2019 Future Directions Strategic Plans.

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Page last updated: 04 Oct 2022, 07:17 PM