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Connect Story   New Court Connects Community Kids

Youth in the Colonial/Ridgeway area welcomed a new multi-sport court in 2016. In partnership with the Region of Peel, the court provides the neighbourhood with free sports programming.

The court was made possible by the generous support of the Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) Foundation, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and the Rotary Club of Mississauga West.

Neighbourhood youth contributed ideas and talent to the court's design elements, such as featured artwork and the new "Ridgeway Community Courts" mural.

The courts offer access to a variety of free sports programming delivered by trained youth leaders. Over 150 youth and children attend the sport programs weekly, creating a place young people want to be.


 


Connect Story   Hub of Activity

The newly renovated Meadowvale Community Centre and Library reopened in 2016. The redevelopment project included improvements to the facility's aging infrastructure, services and amenities, including the relocation of the library from the local mall.

At 82,200 square feet, the building nearly doubled in size. The facility now features a therapy pool, teaching kitchen, green roof, reading terrace and 16,800-square-foot library.

The new building incorporates many environmental and energy-saving components and focuses on accessibility. City staff is working to have it LEED certified.

The centre was quickly established as a key community hub, attracting more than 9,000 visitors in its opening weeks.

For more information, visit Meadowvale Community Centre and Library Reopening.


 


Library RFID check out system   One-Stop Shop for Data

The Planning Information Hub is an innovative online tool that offers significant planning-related data all in one place.

The Hub launched in 2016 and enables anyone to easily search through planning-related data.

Users have full access to data from across the city, including major projects, development applications, building permits and businesses.

Moving forward, the City will focus on expanding the existing data and developing new tools to create an overall geohub for the city.

For more information, visit http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/planninginformationhub


 


  Experience Winter at Celebration Square

In response to visitor feedback, the Mississauga Celebration Square team created a strategic plan for year-round programming and activities.

Introducing winter programming will enhance the visitor experience and encourage everyone to use the Square longer and more often during the winter months, creating a vibrant destination space all can enjoy.

New elements set to launch in the 2017/2018 winter season include enhancements to existing winter events such as Light up the Square, New Year's Eve and Family Day Skate.

The Square's amenities, such as the popular skating rink, are part of what makes it a premier public space in the GTA. Improved amenities will include warming facilities, upgraded rental facility and storage options for skaters and enhanced lighting and signage.

For more information, visit https://culture.mississauga.ca/celebration-square.


 


  Creating Great Community Spaces

In 2016, planning kicked off for the development of a new Churchill Meadows Community Centre and park. The centre and park will create a great space for residents to get active and connect with the environment and each other.

Located on 51.1 acres of undeveloped land, the 65,000-square-foot community centre will include a triple gymnasium, program rooms, six-lane swimming pool and warm water therapy tank.

The park will include a seasonal domed artificial turf soccer field, natural area enhancements and a park pathway network.

Construction for the new facility and park is expected to start in the fall of 2017 and be completed in the spring of 2020.

For more information, visit http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/parks-park-459


 

Indicators of Progress 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Number of neighbourhoods with an active neighbourhood improvement association or some comparable grassroots organization1

13

15

16

16

18

18

Municipal voter turnout2

27.01% (Ward 5 by-election)

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-

36.57%

21.02% (Ward 4 by-election)

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Connectivity index to measure the level of pedestrian and vehicular connections in the downtown3

1.49

1.49

1.49

1.49

1.49 1.51

We continue to actively improve our neighbourhoods through improvement associations in residential areas across the city. The next municipal election data will be held in October 2018. New street segments continue to be added to the downtown, increasing the level of pedestrian and vehicular connections for our residents.

1. City of Mississauga, Recreation & Parks, Community Groups Listing.
2. City of Mississauga, Elections Results.
3. City of Mississauga, Strategic Community Initiatives.

 -     indicates indicator data is unavailable

 

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