The City works hard to keep Mississauga clean, green and beautiful. But we cannot do it alone!
You can get involved. Help us plant trees, paint murals, plant a community garden or even just make a donation to help our community!
Trees are important to the environment, health and quality of life in our neighbourhoods. The City launched the One Million Trees Mississauga program with the goal of planting one million trees by 2032. Trees are planted by City staff, partners and volunteers on public and private property around the City.
Visit onemilliontrees.ca to learn how you can get involved.
Murals add beauty to our parks and help build community pride. The City works with residents and community groups to create murals.
Call 3-1-1 (905-615-4311 if outside city limits) to learn how you can get involved.
Location of all Park Murals
Help add beauty to our parks. Make a donation through our Green Gifts
- to add a new tree or bench to a park
- to remember a loved one and add a plaque to the tree or bench
- to make a monetary donation
Learn more about the Green Gifts program: Mississauga.ca/greengifts.
connects residents with gardening spaces that encourage active, healthy living while keeping Mississauga green. To bring community gardens to neighbourhoods around Mississauga, the City has partnered with Ecosource
Community gardens in Mississauga:
Garden of the Valley
Parkway Green Garden
Forest Glen Garden
To learn more about the Community Gardens and how you can get involved visit the Ecosource website or email email@example.com.
To speak to someone about adding a community garden in Mississauga call 3-1-1 (if outside the City limits, please call 905-615-4311).
Help keep Mississauga clean and green! Become a Don't Be A LitterBug Leader by adopting a street or park through the Volunteer Cleanup Program
. For more information or to register your group, visit www.mississauga.ca/litterbug
The Mississauga Parks Community Stewardship Program
(PCSP) was established to enhance City parks, natural areas and open spaces on a volunteer basis.
It is an opportunity for environmentally conscious and community-minded citizens to make a personal contribution to the quality of life in Mississauga. For information call 3-1-1 (if outside the City limits, please call 905-615-4311) to learn how you can get involved.
The Natural Ice Rink Program
works with volunteers to provide outdoor skating facilities for residents. The program is operated through Mississauga Parks in co-operation with volunteer residents from the community.
Call 3-1-1 (if outside the City limits, please call 905-615-4311) to learn how you can get involved.