On June 2021, three community meetings were held on the Official Plan Review to discuss “What are the priorities for the environment and transportation”, “Where will major growth go”, and “How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods”.
Review What We Heard in the Following Summaries:
Policy memos are now available! See the following thematic memos which provide analysis and preliminary recommendations for Mississauga’s Official Plan:
On June 15, 17, and 23, we held three virtual community meetings on the Official Plan Review to discuss “What are the priorities for the environment and transportation”, “Where will major growth go”, and “How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods”. We shared draft policy directions for the Official Plan Review and explored your ideas on housing options. If you have more to say or missed the meetings, please let us know your thoughts by completing the surveys by July 26, 2021!
The meeting recording, presentation slides, and surveys are now available:
“What are the priorities for the environment and transportation” – June 15, 2021
“Where will major growth go” – June 17, 2021
“How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods” – June 23, 2021
We look forward to seeing you at the “How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods” community meeting on Wednesday, June 23 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM. This meeting will feature a presentation and break out rooms. See the following details to prepare for the meeting:
- Welcome & Introductions
- Background and Overview
- “Break Out” Rooms – Housing Needs
- Report Back
- Wrap Up and Next Steps
Engage With Us on Housing
We’re hosting three virtual community meetings to discuss key directions of Mississauga’s Official Plan Review. Join residents to help shape our future city as we discuss housing, growth, transportation and the environment.
The Official Plan Review guides growth in Mississauga, ensuring it reflects the changing needs, opportunities and aspirations of the City. Having reviewed ongoing community feedback since 2019, we are looking to confirm policy directions for the environment, transportation and growth. We will also explore your ideas on housing options.
Register here for the virtual community meetings to discuss our future city!
What are the priorities for the environment and transportation?Tuesday, June 15, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
See the memos on transportation, environment, and climate change to review the materials that will be shared at this meeting.
Where will major growth go?Thursday, June 17, 6:30 PM - 8 PM
See the memo on major growth to review the materials that will be shared at this meeting.
How can we increase housing choices in our neighbourhoods?Wednesday, June 23, 6:30 PM - 8 PM
See the memo on housing to review the materials that will be shared at this meeting.
See the memo on the economy, employment lands and jobs.
Thank you to everyone that participated throughout Phase 2 of the Official Plan Review engagement to confirm policy priorities for the Official Plan! Please see the Feedback Summary.
On March 8, 2021, the City’s Planning and Development Committee will be considering a staff report that summarizes the feedback received and assesses how this feedback compares to proposed policy priorities for the new Official Plan.
At our next round of engagement, we will seek your ideas on draft policy directions. This engagement will be held in the Spring of 2021.
Stay informed and connect with us by subscribing to our email list. If you have any questions or comments, please share them with us online using our Q&A tool or to email@example.com.
This fall we held four Virtual Community Meetings to help refresh the vision and confirm priorities for our new Mississauga Official Plan. Participants had the opportunity to listen to a presentation, ask questions, share ideas and provide comments.
If you were not able to attend a meeting, please let us know what you think:
We all have a stake in the future of our city! Thank you for your help!
We have “Research Briefs” to share with you! We hope these are helpful in understanding the key topics to guide our future conversations with you and future policies for the Official Plan.
The six policy themes were identified in our report to the Planning and Development Committee on March 9, 2020.
You can find the Briefs here:
Each Brief talks about what is important in planning for our future city. COVID-19 has brought focus to some of these core city building matters such as the need for more space for people to gather, play, walk and cycle; more options for housing; and keeping jobs “local”.
We have also created a detailed technical appendix which extracts some of the key goals, actions and policy directions that will shape changes to the Official Plan (from provincial policies, Region of Peel studies, City of Mississauga Master Plans, etc.). There have been a lot of technical policy and planning studies undertaken to get to this point! You may have already contributed to one or more of these through the related community engagement processes at the time.
Now, we are moving forward from this strong foundational work to map new policies where needed.
We look forward to starting our conversations with you in Fall 2020!