City services | February 19, 2016
The City of Mississauga surpassed one million dollars in the opening weekend of spring/summer online registration. Active Mississauga.ca, the City’s new online registration mobile website opened registration on February 20 and exceeded one million dollars the next day.
“ActiveMississauga.ca is an innovative and new online interactive program guide that provides the same great experience whether you’re using a phone, tablet or desktop computer. We are excited to see residents embracing it to help them get out and get active,” said Shari Lichterman, Director, Recreation. “We registered more than 12,000 people last weekend – our highest total of any opening registration weekend to date.”
“It is remarkable to see how much technology has transformed the way we do business as a city,” said Shawn Slack, Director, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. “Events such as the upcoming Code and the City open data hackathon and mobile applications such as MiWay Trip Planner, Mississauga Roads App and Pingstreet help demonstrate the City’s ongoing commitment to connect with our residents online to make services more convenient and efficient.”
Online transactions at the City reached $18.7 million in 2015, a 14 per cent increase over 2014. Online services continue to be in demand, with 13.5 million visitors to the City’s website in 2015. On an average day, the City processes $18,000 in online transactions, serves 37,000 visitors, provides 6,400 MiWay trip plans and receives 72 service requests through the City’s 311 Citizen Contact Centre.
Senior Communications Advisor
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200, ext. 5051