See current and historical planning data, including information on population, demographics, census, development, growth forecasts, housing, employment, office and land use, vacant lands and the environment.
See Mississauga’s development trends from 2014 to 2019, including building permits issued for residential, non-residential and community developments and their value. This dashboard also includes information on active planning applications.
This map displays major planning applications currently being processed by the City’s Planning and Building Department. These projects have a significant impact on the Mississauga’s geography, planning and policy. This information is updated on a yearly basis.
This map displays the location of building permits issued by the City in the last 18 months. The information is updated monthly.
Growth forecasts provide population, housing units and employment estimates for the period 2011 to 2041. The forecasts are specifically used for the Development Charges By-law review, service and infrastructure planning and input into the Region of Peel’s growth allocation exercise.
The purpose of this model is to assist with urban planning applications such as mass and density.
A major transit station area (MTSA) is land usually within a 500 to 800 metre radius (or a 10 minute walk) of a transit station or stop, primarily located along existing or planned transit corridors (e.g. GO Train, Light Rail Transit, Bus Rapid Transit).
We need to plan for expanded communities built around transit, so people can live and easily travel to the places they work, play and learn. This dashboard helps you visualize the location and proposed boundaries of the 60 potential MTSAs in Mississauga.
This map and report lists all sites in Mississauga which contain multiple residential units. This information is updated on a yearly basis.
This map and report lists all sites in Mississauga which contain offices. This information is updated on a yearly basis.
The census hub looks at Mississauga’s wards and neighbourhoods, focusing on their age structure, labour force, household size, language, income and public transit usage.
This section shows the results from Mississauga’s annual employment survey and includes information on employment trends since 2001.
See a map and contact information of more than 16,000 businesses that agreed to have their information listed publicly, during Mississauga’s employment survey.
The City conducts an annual update of the existing land use. The data was compiled from a combination of the issue of building permits, the Mississauga Official Plan designations, zoning, development applications, aerial photos and site checks.
The City conducts an annual update of the vacant land in Mississauga. Like the land use map, this data was compiled from a combination of the issue of building permits, the Mississauga Official Plan designations, zoning, development applications, aerial photos and site checks.
See the City’s natural areas based on the annual Natural Areas Survey (NAS). The map identifies and inventories natural areas within Mississauga including woodlands, wetlands, creeks and streams.
See City-owned trees on street boulevards and parks, as well as their work order and service request history.
The open data catalogue contains public information that can be used by anyone for research, analysis, reporting and mobile app development.
You can search more than 100 varieties of datasets such as census results, city public WiFi locations, licensed eateries and more.