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Current construction projects

City construction is an essential service. The City is keeping employees, contractors and the community safe by following Ontario legislation, guidelines, public health directives, physical distancing, using PPE and adjusting work schedules.
The City, along with the Region of Peel, the Ministry of Transportation and Alectra, work together to organize and complete construction projects in Mississauga.

Construction projects include work on roads, bridges, creeks, sewers, watermains and other types of infrastructure.

Construction map

The construction map shows the projects planned in Mississauga this year. You can select a point or line on the map for information about a construction project, including contact details.


You can also view the map in full screen.

Road and stormwater projects

City road projects include roadway rehabilitation, major roads improvements, bridge and culvert renewal, cycling infrastructure and sidewalk improvements, noise wall replacements, intersection improvements, and environmental site management.

Stormwater projects include watercourse improvements, storm sewer and drainage improvements, stormwater management facilities and improvements, stormwater studies and stormwater low impact development (LID) enhancements within the right-of-way (ROW).

Select your ward to see a list of planned road and stormwater projects run by the City in your area. If you don’t know which ward you live in, you can use the find my ward tool.

Park improvements

Information about current and planned construction in City parks.

Construction is planned for new shade structures in a number of parks in Wards 4, 5, 8 and 11. Parks will remain open during construction which is expected to be complete in summer 2021.

This work is being funded in part by the Government of Canada.

Parks that will receive a new shade structure include:

  • Aquinas Park
  • Ceremonial Green
  • Gooderham Park
  • John C. Pallett Park
  • Madill Common
  • South Millway Green
  • Tom Chater Memorial Park

For more information, contact park.development@mississauga.ca or call 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

The Region of Peel is planning to undertake some engineering studies within the Etobicoke Valley Leash-Free Zone some time between now and June 30, requiring the leash-free zone to be closed for a three-day period. Closure signage will be posted on site to alert park users once the dates have been determined.

Construction is planned to start June 8, 2020. It’s expected to last until July 2021, when the redeveloped space will be open for public use.

Park improvements include:

  • Four lit tennis courts with pickleball lines
  • Two lit bocce ball courts
  • One full-size FIBA (International Basketball Federation) regulation basketball court
  • Three existing refurbished basketball courts
  • Two 3v3 court FIBA court markings
  • Two seating areas with umbrellas
  • New perimeter fencing with decorative wrap
  • Bleacher seating

For more information, contact park.development@mississauga.ca or call 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

Construction is planned to start in fall 2020 on a new public double tennis court at Thorncrest Park. Construction is scheduled to be complete May 2021.

Park improvements include:

  • New public double tennis court
  • Lines for pickleball play
  • Path to Thorncrest Drive
  • Path connections to playground and All Saints Catholic School
  • Benches

For more information, contact park.development@mississauga.ca or call 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

Installation of new lighting along a previously unlit recreation trail is planned at Old Ridge Park.

The additional lights will result in a safely lit trail system throughout the park and lighted connections to Meadowvale Hall and David Leeder Middle School.

Construction is anticipated to start in June 2021.

For more information, please email park.development@mississauga.ca, or call 311 (or 905-615-4311 from outside city limits).

We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have by May 31, 2021.