News & Events

Waterfront Park Closures

Two parks along the waterfront trail have areas with restricted public access.

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2018 Aerial Spray Program

An aerial spray program is planned for this spring to protect Mississauga’s trees.

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Celebrate Earth Day with One Million Trees

Join us Saturday, April 21 as we plant trees in honour of Earth Day.

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Food Trucks: Coming to a Mississauga Park Near You

Parks & Forestry is recommending a one-year pilot project in nine parks throughout the city.

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Ash Tree Removals

Forestry is currently removing dead ash trees from woodlots across the city.

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Prairie Watch

Help us monitor the tallgrass prairie at Jack Darling Park.

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Green Gifts

Green Gifts

Honour someone special and give a gift to help boost our parks and forests.

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Featured Article
Waterfront Parks Strategy

Mississauga waterfront is unique and a valuable asset that needs to be strategically planned, developed and maintained.  Mississauga has 22 waterfront parks that vary in size, use and features.  To ensure we maintain a sustainable waterfront parks system, the City of Mississauga is developing a "Waterfront Parks Strategy".

Waterfront Parks Strategy ( as amended by Council March 26, 2008)

Please note that the full document is also available at the Mississauga Central Library and branch libraries.