The City of Mississauga will honour urban design excellence at an awards ceremony on Thursday, September 22. The ceremony will celebrate the 34th anniversary of the Mississauga Urban Design Awards program.
This year’s theme of “Transformation by Design” looks at how the City of Mississauga transformed through time – from individual communities in the early seventies into Canada’s sixth largest city. Mississauga is also a top-ten large North American city of the future to live in for its connectivity and business friendliness. This transformation happened by design through the interaction of people and places and the way buildings shaped together to create quality spaces and living standards.
34th Mississauga Urban Design Awards Ceremony
Mississauga Civic Centre, Great Hall
300 City Centre Drive
Thursday, September 22
- Lesley Pavan, Director, Development and Design, City of Mississauga
- Sharon Mittmann, Manager, Urban Design, Development and Design, City of Mississauga
- Presentation by University of Toronto students on “Place Making in Malton”
- Erinma Chibututu, Urban Designer, Development and Design, City of Mississauga
2016 Urban Design Jury Members:
- Mayor Bonnie Crombie
- Ed Sajecki, Commissioner, Planning and Design, City of Mississauga
- Olha Dobush, Director, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention, Region of Peel
- Philippa Campsie, Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto
- Michel Trocmé, Urban Designer, Partner at Urban Strategies
The Mississauga Urban Design Awards is the longest running municipal urban design program in Ontario. For more information about 2016 Mississauga Urban Design Awards, please visit mississauga.ca/urbandesignawards.