Leash Free Mississauga is a non-profit organization that represents sevent leash free zone
locations in Mississauga. These zones provide a safe area where you can allow your dog
off the leash legally. They include:
||Burnhamthorpe Road East, east of Pony Trail Drive
||Meadowvale Boulevard, north of Meadowpines Road
||West side of Erin Mills Parkway, north of Erin Centre Drive
|Etobicoke Valley Park:
||Dundas Street and Southcreek Road. (south side, west of Hwy 427)
|Jack Darling Park:
||Lakeshore Boulevard, west of Lorne Park Road. Note: Due to Region of Peel construction Jack
Darling Park will be temporarily relocated within the park for the next few years.
||2266 Lakeshore Road West. South of Royal Windsor Drive.
||Kennedy Road north of Eglinton Avenue west on Indian Summer Trail. (South of
Leash free zones are under the City's stoop and scoop By Law 512-83. All
offenders are subject to a minimum $90 fine up to a maximum of $5000 plus $20 service
Each location has a volunteer group that is responsible for expense maintaining and
overseeing the day to day operations of the area. Membership is $10 for one dog and $15 for 2
or more dogs.
All dogs must be licensed by the City of Mississauga
For further information contact:
Mississauga Animal Services 905-896-5858
Leash Free Mississauga visit www.leashfreemississauga.com
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Leash Free Zone
Ten Guidelines of Responsibility of Users
||Come prepared to "Scoop the Poop." Any bags in park bins
have been donated by our members. (Owners who fail to "Stoop & Scoop" their dogs
excrement can be fined).
||Respect the rights of all users.
||Dogs are allowed "off leash" in designated areas only. Be advised
that City fines are doubled for dogs found off-leash, outside the fences of Leash-Free
||Your dog(s) should be fully vaccinated. (Puppies should have had their 12 week
||It is advised that puppies be 4 months old before beginning visits to the
||If your dog is in heat, please temporarily refrain from using the park.
||Carry a leash with you at all times.
||Parents, keep a watchful eye on your children. Some dogs are not accustomed to
children and may "startle" easily.
||Replace spiked collars with traditional collars when using the park. Other
dogs can be easily hurt when playing.
Keep a watchful eye on your dog(s) at all times.
|Is Your Dog Being Aggresive?
|Aggresive dogs should be handled responsibly by their owners. No dog should feel
frightened, threatened, or defensive. If playtime is escalating into aggression, it is
understood the aggressive dog should be leashed and removed from the park (if necessary) by