News release

Have Your Say! Participate in Virtual Engagement Sessions Shaping Mississauga this Spring and Summer

City building | May 30, 2022

Have your say Mississauga! We want to hear your ideas and opinions on the projects that are transforming Mississauga. Here are the upcoming engagement sessions happening this spring and summer where you can provide input and gain a greater understanding of how we are planning and shaping our city’s future.

Tourism Mississauga – Place DNA® Survey & Workshops

 Virtual Workshops June 8 and 9, 2 p.m.
Online comments invited until June 13

Tourism Mississauga is working with Destination Think to help determine what makes Mississauga unique. If you live or work in Mississauga or visit us, we want to hear from you! Share what you love about Mississauga and help us uncover and shape our Tourism messaging, identity and brand!

Here’s how you can participate:

  • Take the resident survey
  • Share the visitor survey
  • Register to attend a virtual workshop

Official Plan Review

Virtual Open House June 8, 1 to 3 p.m.
Online comments invited from May 30
to July 31

The City’s Official Plan policies address important parts of city building that affect everyone who lives and works in Mississauga. We’re reviewing the existing Official Plan to ensure it reflects the changing needs, opportunities and aspirations of our city. We will be hosting a virtual open house to provide an opportunity for the public to learn more about the second bundle of draft policies for the topic areas of transportation, cultural heritage, and the economy and employment areas. Draft policies will be posted online from May 30 to July 31 for review and comment.

For more information, visit the project website. Register here for the open house.

Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan

Online feedback invited from June 6 to 27

The Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan will develop a long-term transit network and a long-term road network, which will offer additional transportation infrastructure to support and encourage more modes of travel such as transit, cycling and walking. The plan will guide actions, policies and transportation investment in Mississauga over the next 20 years.

The City is now looking for your feedback about the plan. Read the online on-demand presentation and share your comments on the draft Preferred Transportation Network improvements.

Downtown Movement Plan

Virtual meeting June 9, 6:30 p.m.
Online feedback invited from May 31
 to June 21 

The City is working towards creating a Downtown for today and tomorrow. To make this happen, a new guiding document called the Downtown Strategy is being developed.

As part of the Downtown Strategy, the City is also working on the Downtown Movement Plan (DMP). The DMP is a study which will identify the transportation infrastructure and policies required to support and guide the continued development of Downtown Mississauga. As part of the DMP study, the City consulted with residents about transportation concerns in Downtown Mississauga in 2020. Using that feedback, the City has developed options for a long-term transportation network which will support and encourage more modes of travel like transit, cycling or walking.

The City is now looking for your feedback on the long-term transportation options in Downtown Mississauga.

Register for the virtual public meeting or provide your feedback online.

Downtown Parks

Online survey June 9 – July 10

The City is planning to expand and improve downtown parks by building two new parks and redeveloping two existing parks. In 2020, the City engaged with residents through the Downtown Parks Public Engagement, which focused on three parks (Zonta Meadows, John “Bud” Cleary and the future park at M City). Through this engagement, the City received input on the potential amenities for these parks.

The City is now launching the next phase of engagement for Downtown Parks to update residents and receive input about park designs and provide information about an additional fourth park at the corner of Kariya Drive and Elm Drive West.

Provide your feedback: Online survey.

There are many other ways to get involved and stay up-to-date on City projects:


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