Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhoods Study

Let's Plan For More Housing Together - Take Our Survey

We understand our city needs more diverse types of housing for families, workforce, older adults, and newcomers. This survey will show design ideas for the different kinds of housing this study is exploring. When answering the questions, try to think about your housing needs and how you, a family member, or friend would use the space

Watch the video

Take the survey

Provide comments on the concept designs and floor plans below!


Provide Your Feedback With Konveio!

How To Use This Interactive Tool

  • Click anywhere in the PDF below to enter your comments
  • Select pins on the PDF below to read or reply to other comments
  • See each document in the table of contents or select next below
  • Skip the name and email fields to comment anonymously

Example Comments

We welcome your feedback, but please keep comments respectful. The City reserves the right to delete comments and/or block users that engage in inappropriate conduct. Please see the City’s website’s privacy statement here for more information. The intended age of comments for this project is 18 and over, or with parental supervision.

A summary of questions and comments received through Konveio will be posted at the end of this engagement. Thank you for participating!

  • "I think the yard space should look more like..."
  • "I like that the unit is accessible ..."

The personal information collected in this interactive PDF is collected under the authority of sections 11 and 227 of the Municipal Act, 2001. This information will be used for the purpose of administration of the Official Plan Review. If you have any questions about the collection of this information please contact us at engage@mississauga.ca.


Learn More

Check out these perspectives on different housing types and arrangements being explored in the Greater Toronto Area and Vancouver:


Have Your Say

If you wish to mail your comments, please send them to:

Elizabeth Bang, City Planning Strategies, 7th FL - Planning and Building, City of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1.


Let's Plan For More Housing Together - Take Our Survey

We understand our city needs more diverse types of housing for families, workforce, older adults, and newcomers. This survey will show design ideas for the different kinds of housing this study is exploring. When answering the questions, try to think about your housing needs and how you, a family member, or friend would use the space

Watch the video

Take the survey

Provide comments on the concept designs and floor plans below!


Provide Your Feedback With Konveio!

How To Use This Interactive Tool

  • Click anywhere in the PDF below to enter your comments
  • Select pins on the PDF below to read or reply to other comments
  • See each document in the table of contents or select next below
  • Skip the name and email fields to comment anonymously

Example Comments

We welcome your feedback, but please keep comments respectful. The City reserves the right to delete comments and/or block users that engage in inappropriate conduct. Please see the City’s website’s privacy statement here for more information. The intended age of comments for this project is 18 and over, or with parental supervision.

A summary of questions and comments received through Konveio will be posted at the end of this engagement. Thank you for participating!

  • "I think the yard space should look more like..."
  • "I like that the unit is accessible ..."

The personal information collected in this interactive PDF is collected under the authority of sections 11 and 227 of the Municipal Act, 2001. This information will be used for the purpose of administration of the Official Plan Review. If you have any questions about the collection of this information please contact us at engage@mississauga.ca.


Learn More

Check out these perspectives on different housing types and arrangements being explored in the Greater Toronto Area and Vancouver:


Have Your Say

If you wish to mail your comments, please send them to:

Elizabeth Bang, City Planning Strategies, 7th FL - Planning and Building, City of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1.


  • Presentation and Avatar Stories Now Available!

    Three people standing from the torso up with thought bubbles. The first figure on the left is a South Asian woman smiling and wearing a pink head scarf and shirt. Their thought bubble shows 2 adults, two children, and a newborn baby. Figure 2 shows a white male in an orange sweater. Their thought bubble shows a grey 2 story house with a question mark. The last figure is a Black woman wearing a pink shirt and white apron. Their thought bubble shows books and baked goods (bread, cupcakes, and cookies.

    On June 23, we held a virtual community meeting as part of the Official Plan Review on “How can we increase housing choices in neighbourhoods”.

    We explored your ideas on housing options. We also hosted small room discussions on different Mississauga housing stories through illustrated “avatars”.

    The meeting recording, presentation slides, and “avatar” housing stories are now available:


    Thank you for your participation!

  • Help Us Create More Housing Choices in Mississauga

    We are exploring ways to increase housing options in residential neighbourhoods. We hope to provide a broader range of housing choices for families, workforce, older adults, and newcomers while improving affordability. Join the conversation on housing options in Mississauga!


    1. Complete the survey

    We want to understand your current and future housing needs. Take the anonymous survey to let us know how housing choices in Mississauga could be improved while balancing other priorities such as affordability, neighbourhood character, services and parking.

    Take the survey


    2. Send us a photo

    What is important to you in your neighbourhood? Share a photo of what makes your neighbourhood special to help us find the right mix of housing choices that are affordable, fit within the feel of the neighbourhood, and have access to services and amenities like parking, stores, and community centres.

    Share your photo


    Thank you for your participation!

Page last updated: 10 Aug 2022, 09:30 AM