The City of Mississauga will continue doing business during the Canada Post mail service disruption.
City services | October 23, 2018
The City of Mississauga will continue doing business during the Canada Post mail service disruption. To ensure that customer service and business operation levels are upheld while the disruption takes place, the City is providing the information below. Residents, vendors and customers are responsible for paying fines and fees incurred despite the disruption.
Council and Committees of Council
Legislated Public Notices will be provided either through newspaper advertisement or by personal service and fax (to be determined by the size of the distribution). Public Notices are also provided online at mississauga.ca/portal/cityhall/publicnotices. Committee of Adjustment Public Notices can be viewed at mississauga.ca/portal/residents/cofa.
Accounts payable (City paying invoices for goods, services or construction)
Payment for any outstanding instalments can be made through banks, telephone and internet banking and at the Cashier Desk, 300 City Centre Dr. The Cashier Desk is open Monday to Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. A drop box is available for after hour payments on the north side of the building. Late payment charges will not be waived for any bill that has been issued during the disruption.
The public is still responsible for paying Penalty and Parking Infraction notices on pre-set dates. Payments can be made:
During the disruption, late fees may be waived for Penalty Notices or Parking Infractions. Notices will not be mailed out from the first day of the disruption until it ends. Online payments for Penalty Notices such as Pet/Animal Licence, Mobile/Vehicle Licence, Business Licence infractions can be made at mississauga.ca/portal/services/payticketspenalty.
Traffic Fines & Provincial Offences Act Fines
Payments can be made:
Additional things to consider:
If documents or forms have already been mailed to the court by regular mail, the court may not be able to complete the request until the disruption ends. Call the City of Mississauga at 905-615-4500 during office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., Monday to Friday) to find out the status of the case/transaction.
If trial date is being requested, please attend the court office named on the Offence Notice.
Email: emailing Early Resolution meeting requests by scanning both sides of the green form. Send a copy with the appropriate option selected to email@example.com.
Shipment of goods purchased online through the City’s website will be suspended.
For more information regarding the Canada Post mail service disruption or other mail-related matters, please call 3-1-1 (905-615-4311outside city limits).
Leslyn V. Johnson
Senior Communications Advisor
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200, ext. 3278