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Current Construction Projects

The City of Mississauga along with the Region of Peel, the Ministry of Transportation and Alectra, work together to coordinate and complete construction projects in Mississauga each year. Construction projects include roads, bridges, creeks, sewers, watermains and other types of infrastructure.

Construction Map

The construction map below shows construction projects planned in Mississauga in 2020. Select a point or line on the map for information about a construction project. For further project details please reach out to the project contact provided in the information.

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City Road and Stormwater Projects By Ward

To learn about road and stormwater projects run by the City planned for your ward select a link below. If you don't know which ward you live in, use the find my ward tool to find out.

Road projects include roadway rehabilitation, major roads improvements, bridge and culvert renewal, cycling infrastructure and sidewalk improvements, noise wall replacements, intersection improvements, and environmental site management.

Stormwater projects include watercourse improvements, storm sewer and drainage improvements, stormwater management facilities and improvements, stormwater studies and stormwater low impact development (LID) enhancements within the right-of-way (ROW).

Projects listed above are represented in the City's Roads and Stormwater Capital Program's.

Road Resurfacing

The City of Mississauga undertakes a number of road resurfacing projects throughout the City each year. Visit the road resurfacing page for more information.

Who Owns What?

The City of Mississauga is part of the two-tier municipal structure, meaning that we work with the Region of Peel to provide many essential services. Ownership and maintenance of infrastructure around a property is divided between the homeowner, City of Mississauga and Region of Peel. Visit the Who Owns What page for more information about what infrastructure is maintained by the City.