What Can Community Services Be?

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Community Services Plans Approved

On February 6, 2019 Mississauga City Council approved the City’s long-range Community Services plans for:

Culture

Fire & Emergency Services

Library

Parks & Forestry

Recreation

Plans were developed by combining input from the community with feedback from targeted user groups and other stakeholders. The input was combined with other relevant data, inputs and trends to guide how the City spends its time, resources and funds on community priorities.


Community Services Plans Approved

On February 6, 2019 Mississauga City Council approved the City’s long-range Community Services plans for:

Culture

Fire & Emergency Services

Library

Parks & Forestry

Recreation

Plans were developed by combining input from the community with feedback from targeted user groups and other stakeholders. The input was combined with other relevant data, inputs and trends to guide how the City spends its time, resources and funds on community priorities.

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  • What are the factors that are taken into consideration for the city to build noise cancelling walls? My property backs onto a busy street taken by heavy trucks to get onto the QEW 24/7. Thank you.

    Natasha asked about 1 year ago

    You can call the City of Mississauga Customer Contact Centre at 311 to request information about noise wall requirements specific to your home and area.


  • Are there any plans for the permanently closed Kings Masting PS?

    Bernice asked over 1 year ago

    The City does not have jurisdiction over public schools and as such, is not aware of any plans to permanently close Kings Master Public School.

    As the school is owned by the Peel District School Board, it would be the responsibility of the School Board to determine whether or not the school should be permanently closed. If the Board decided to permanently close the school, they would then need to determine whether or not they wanted to retain or sell the property. If the Board decided to sell the property, they would be required to follow a legislated process and offer the property to various public bodies (including the City) prior to listing the property for sale on the open market. As part of this process, the City would review the property based on a variety of factors and determine whether or not there is a potential municipal use for the site. As of the present time, the Site has not been declared surplus by the Board and therefore not offered to the City or any other public bodies for their consideration to purchase.

    The City recommends that you contact the School Board for further information on this matter.

  • Is there anywhere I can see the playground plans for the current river grove community centre playground Reno?

    Andria asked over 1 year ago

    The playground at River Grove Community Centre is being redeveloped into an inclusive play space for all children to enjoy.  The highlight of the new design includes new inclusive playground equipment; additional inclusive swing; two shade structures; new rubberized playground surface; improved gather space and bio-retention system to capture stormwater.  The construction is to be completed in June 2018.  There is a plan available for viewing at the Community Centre or you can get in touch with Kyle Yang, Project Manager to request a digital copy.

  • what is happening with a north west parcel of vacant land a block west of Hurontario St. along north side of Eglinton Ave ? A few days ago a significant section of that land was lined with a blue fence and a some construction equipment was left there....?

    Jerry asked over 1 year ago

    Thanks for your interest in the developments at Eglinton Avenue West and Fairwind Drive.  You’re right, preparation of the site for construction of a Fire Station has begun.  Perimeter fencing and land clearing are part of the preparations – you’ll soon see the surveyors’ trailer and space cleared for construction parking and equipment.  When complete, the parcel of land will contain both the Fire Station and a community park.  Design for the park has also begun. 

    A Public Information Session about the park and its design will be held at Cooksville Creek Public School (5100 Salishan Drive) on Tuesday June 5, 2018 from 6:30 to 8pm.  An invitation notice about the session will be mailed to local community members in May.  Community members are invited to attend, ask questions and be updated on the project’s progress and next steps.  If you have questions or are unable to attend the Public Information Session and would like to be added to an e-mail updates list, contact Justin Agius, Park Planning, City of Mississauga.

  • What is happening to Eastgate Park? It is under construction and closed off. I have not heard of any plans.

    skeenan asked almost 2 years ago

    Thanks for your question.  

    Eastgate Park is closed to the public. We’re currently installing an underground stormwater retention (storage tank). We anticipate that the park will reopen to the public late summer next year.

    A Public Information session was held earlier this year on April 18 and was advertised in The Mississauga News on April 13, 2017. Construction notices were delivered to the surrounding community between October 13-18, 2017.  

    For more information about the project, please contact Wayne Song, Project Manager at 905-615-3200, ext. 5141.