The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for the statutory duties of the municipal clerk and duties under the Vital Statistics Act, Marriage Act, Freedom of Information Act, and Planning Act.
The office also manages the City’s records, conducts municipal elections, prepares Council and Committee agendas and minutes, and administers the Provincial Offences Court and Administrative Penalty System.
There are a few different types of appointments you may want to book with the City Clerk’s Office:
To speak with staff at the Clerk’s Office about pension forms, the Committee of Adjustment, or other general inquiries, make a reservation online.
To meet with the City Clerk about a Commissioner of Oaths request you must book an appointment online.
If you need to pick up documents or other records you’ve requested from the City Clerk’s Office you must you must book a pick up time online.
You can formally request information or records from the City of Mississauga by submitting a Freedom of Information request.
If you wish to address Mississauga City Council or Committees of Council and make your views known on a particular issue you can request to speak at Council or Committee meetings.
If you and your neighbours would like Council to take action on a specific issue you can submit a petition to City Council.
Assessment rolls list all properties in Mississauga, including the owners’ names, mailing addresses and the assessed value of each property.
You can access assessment roll information on the touch screen computers at the City Clerk’s Office from Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please make a reservation online before you visit our office,
Learn more about property value assessment and tax calculation.
Contact us at 311 (905-615-4311 outside City limits).