City building | November 22, 2021
November 22 is National Housing Day, a day that recognizes the important work by housing partners across Canada to improve access to housing for all.
Housing affordability is a major issue in Mississauga and the wider GTA. Protecting the existing affordable housing supply and encouraging new affordable rental and ownership housing are priorities for the City.
The City’s Housing Strategy: Making Room for the Middle offers many approaches to improving housing affordability in Mississauga. A key focus is to look at how to increase housing choices in neighbourhoods to improve access to housing that is affordable. That means encouraging a range and mix of housing types such as duplexes and backyard garden suites, and arrangements such as co-ownership and home sharing. These options would give Mississauga residents more housing choices in the neighbourhoods they want to live in. They would also enable residents to age in place throughout their life stages.
As we mark National Housing Day, we want your opinion on these housing options. To get as much feedback as possible, we have extended our Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhoods online survey to December 31, 2021.
Online Survey Details
An online survey to gather feedback on ways to increase housing options in residential neighbourhoods.
Mississauga residents of all life stages, homeowners and renters
Anyone who is interested in living in Mississauga
Members of community groups and ratepayers groups
The online survey has been extended to December 31, 2021.
The City of Mississauga launched its Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhood Study in April 2021. The study, which is expected to be completed next summer, will recommend changes to Mississauga’s Official Plan and implementation measures to provide more housing choices citywide.