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Information Session: Meadowvale Community Centre Redevelopment Plans

Feb 04, 2013

Residents are invited to an Information Session to take a first look at the preliminary concept plans for the redevelopment of the Meadowvale Community Centre:
Saturday, February 9, 2013
12 noon to 2 p.m.
Youth/Seniors Room
Meadowvale Community Centre
6655 Glen Erin Drive
Ward 9 Councillor Pat Saito will host the Information Session.  City Community Services Recreation and Facilities & Property Management staff as well as project architects will be available to answer questions.
The redevelopment of Meadowvale Community Centre is a priority for the City.  The demolition and rebuilding of the centre, with the exception of the existing pool tank, will improve public accessibility, update mechanical systems, enlarge program space and add a therapeutic pool to respond to the changing recreational needs of the community.  Redevelopment is also an opportunity to incorporate the Meadowvale Library into this expanding facility.

Meadowvale Community Centre will be closed in spring 2014 and re-open in summer 2016 when
construction is complete.   Programs and services will be temporarily relocated to other City facilities during the construction period.             
Through its Strategic Plan and the Community Services “Future Directions” plan for recreation, the City of Mississauga is committed to evaluating its programs and services as well as building and maintaining facilities and infrastructure to meet the changing needs of our community.  The City encourages local residents, facility users and program participants to give their feedback on the Meadowvale redevelopment concept plans and input on programs and services. 
Can’t make it to the meeting?  Complete a survey online at on the
Meadowvale Community Centre Redevelopment page.
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Media Contact:
Dolores Bartl-Hofmann
Senior Communications Advisor, Community Services
Phone: 905-615-3200 x5051
TTY:    905-896-5151