The Mayor and Members of City Council are pleased to dedicate a green space in recognition of the Pallett family’s agricultural heritage – one of the City’s original pioneer families. The official dedication of Pallett Green takes place on May 21.
Pallett Green Dedication Ceremony
Unveiling of a commemorative sign and park bench
Mayor Hazel McCallion C.M., LL.D. and Members of Council
Commissioner Paul Mitcham, Community Services
Julie Grabb, President of the Rotary Club of Mississauga
Stephen Pallett and members of the Pallett family
Wednesday, May 21, 2014, 2:45 p.m.
Official Ceremony begins at 3 p.m.
The event will take place rain or shine.
Pallett Green – Next to 1580 Dundas St. E. on the south side of Dundas Street E. at Little Etobicoke Creek (east of Dixie Rd).
Unveiling of commemorative sign
The Pallett family arrived in Mississauga in 1858 and began an agricultural tradition. We will honour the Pallett family by renaming a portion of Etobicoke Valley to Pallett Green by placing a sign and bench on the site of their original farm. Pallett Green is a portion of protected land from south of Dundas Street to Lake Ontario.