The City is seeking input from residents and stakeholders on long-range Community Services Plans for the Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library, and Fire & Emergency Services divisions.
Business and innovation | December 6, 2018
The City is seeking input from residents and stakeholders on long-range Community Services Plans for the Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library, and Fire & Emergency Services divisions. The City wants to share what it heard from the public last spring and invite further feedback on long-term priorities.
Last year, the City asked the community to share their thoughts on the future of programs and services for these five key areas and received a lot of input and suggestions. The input was combined with other relevant data, inputs and trends to guide how the City spends its time, resources and funds on community priorities.
The draft plans were released on December 5, so residents and stakeholders can now provide their feedback before January 4, 2019. Feedback can be provided either online or by attending a Public Information Centre. The City will review the feedback and revise the plans before presenting the final plans to Council in January 2019.
Public Information Centre on the City’s draft Community Services Master Plans for Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library and Fire & Emergency Services
When and Where:
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
6 to 9 p.m.
Mississauga Valley Community Centre — L.C Taylor Auditorium
1275 Mississauga Valley Blvd.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
6 to 9 p.m.
Meadowvale Community Centre — Youth/Senior Room
6655 Glen Erin Dr.
Ease traffic congestion and reduce greenhouse gases by:
Local business owners and operators
Members of the arts, culture and heritage communities
Can’t Make the Open House? Take our Survey
The City has launched an online survey at yoursay.mississauga.ca/yourfuture. Visit before January 4, 2019 to view the draft Community Services plans and share your feedback online. Those that complete the survey will be entered in a draw to win one of three $100 City of Mississauga Recreation gift cards.
For more information about the plans, to review meeting materials or to provide feedback online, visit yoursay.mississauga.ca/yourfuture.
The City has created long-range plans for the next five to 10 years on the City’s Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library and Fire & Emergency Services divisions. To create these plans, input from the community was combined with feedback from other stakeholders, targeted user groups, data and trends. The plans address concerns about existing programs and services, align with Council priorities and investigate innovative and unique opportunities to enhance City services and programs.
Supervisor, Department Communications
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200, ext. 5053