Council appoints committees to examine and review topics or issues that impact citizens and make recommendations.
Standing committees facilitate the decision making process for Council. They are comprised of Council members who participate in discussions and send their recommendations to Council for final decisions.
Advisory committees make recommendations related to specific topics and/or areas of interest. Most advisory committees have Council members and citizen representatives. The recommendations of an advisory committee are considered by the General Committee and then sent to City Council for final decisions.
- Accessibility Advisory Committee
- Advertising Review Panel
- Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee
- Environmental Action Committee
- Governance Committee
- Heritage Advisory Committee
- Incidents in City Facilities Committee
- Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee
- Museums of Mississauga Advisory Committee
- Public Vehicle Advisory Committee
- Road Safety Committee
- Towing Industry Advisory Committee
- Traffic Safety Council
Quasi-judicial committees are appointed by Council to make decisions on matters related to City by-laws or local improvements or election campaign finances.