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In progress Environmental assessment

Little Etobicoke Creek Flood Evaluation Study

The City is in the process of finalizing a flooding evaluation study of the Little Etobicoke Creek watershed.

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About this project

A map of the study area.

Little Etobicoke Creek, located in the eastern portion of Mississauga, is a small tributary of Etobicoke Creek which flows to Lake Ontario.

The study was led as a Master Plan under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (“EA”) process and consists of two phases.

Phase 1 expands on previous studies to identify the extents of flooding as a result of spilling from the Little Etobicoke Creek during high flow conditions.

Phase 2 aims to identify the overland urban flooding risk and identify, assess, and recommend measures to mitigate flood risk to people, property and infrastructure.

At the end of the study, a Master Plan Report documenting the entire study process will be available for public review.

Public Information Centres

Two Public Information Centres (PICs) are being held to present information related to the study and answer any questions. Details regarding PICs will be advertised publicly and communicated directly as the study progresses.

COVID-19 community engagement update

While we continue to respond to this pandemic, we are working hard to deliver essential services and projects to keep our City moving and safe. While we can’t connect in-person at this time, we still want to connect!

Public Information Centre #2

PIC #2 has been moved online for public health and safety purposes. Please find the presentation and comment form below to connect with the Project Team and share your input.

Elizabeth Dollimore, P.Eng., MBA – Project Manager
City of Mississauga
201 City Centre Dr, Suite 800
Mississauga, ON L5B 2T4
905-615-3200 ext. 5303
elizabeth.dollimore@mississauga.ca