Want to have your say on the 2021 Budget? The City will be rolling out a variety of engagement methods to collect input and feedback from residents and businesses on the 2021–2024 Budget and Business Plan. The City will seek input from September 14 to October 23, 2020.
“In a challenging year the City’s budget funds services that residents and businesses need every day,” says Gary Kent, Commissioner of Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer. “Our 2021 Budget needs to manage the deficit from the pandemic while providing services and programs. We are following our financial recovery principles that Council approved and trying to build a budget that reflects the needs of the community. While Council has already held multiple engagement sessions and received input throughout the COVID-19 recovery planning process, we continue to look for input to assist Council in their decision making. We are looking to involve as many as possible in the coming weeks through a variety of methods, with the public being fully engaged and kept up-to-date.”
For details view the staff reports from:
June 24, 2020 Budget Committee Meeting: Update on the Financial Impacts of COVID-19.
April 8, 2020 Council Meeting: Managing the Financial Impact of COVID-19
Become familiar with the City’s 2021 Budget and Business Plan
Look through the City’s 2021 Budget and Business Plan and understand why these documents play an important role in shaping our city. Learn more and get involved by:
Get involved with budget engagement from September 14 to October 23
The City’s budget process is transparent and offers several ways for residents and businesses to get involved, provide feedback and engage over a six-week period by:
The City’s Budget Allocator
Mississauga’s interactive budget tool for the 2021 Budget will be available at mississauga.ca/budget starting September 14, 2020. Residents and businesses can explore and learn more about City services included in the budget while gaining insight into the overall budget process.
Residents can use the tool to test different spending options in service areas. Results from the allocator will be shared at Budget Committee on November 23. The results will help inform the committee’s review of the 2021 proposed Business Plan and Budget.
Help us understand what matters to you. Visit mississauga.ca/budget to stay informed, learn more and share your ideas on the 2021 Budget.
Budget Committee Meetings
The next Budget Committee meeting is on October 7, where staff will discuss Fees and Charges. Detailed discussions continue on November 23, 24, 30, December 1 and 2. Following committee discussions and public input, Council is scheduled to vote on the proposed budget on December 9.
Budget Committee meeting dates are subject to change.
Fees and Charges
Service Area Presentations
City Council is expected to approve the final budget at the December 9 Council Meeting.
An understanding what infrastructure the City is responsible for building and maintaining.
Infrastructure describes the equipment and structures the City owns, that we all use and benefit from.
The City of Mississauga along with the Region of Peel, the Ministry of Transportation and Alectra, work together to coordinate and complete construction projects in Mississauga each year. Construction projects include roads, bridges, creeks, sewers, watermains and other types of infrastructure.
You can access information about any property in the City of Mississauga. Curious about whether a building permit, minor variance, or development application has been submitted?
Please use the LINK below to view documentation submitted by the applicant in support of development applications in Mississauga for Rezonings, Official Plan Amendments, and Subdivisions.
We are distributing ‘Please Slow Down’ lawn signs to promote safe driving habits and to lower vehicle operating speeds on neighbourhood streets. These signs can be obtained at no cost from from our office or from the Transportation and Works Customer Service Counter at 3185 Mavis Road.
Use this service to request a short term parking permit (parking consideration) on a residential street. You may request up to 14 short term parking permits in a year for each address where there are no prohibited signs. This permit is not valid on private property.
As Ontario's third largest municipal transit service provider, MiWay routes create economical and efficient transportation connections between popular destinations throughout the city and our services connect with neighbouring transit systems including GO Transit, TTC, Brampton Transit and Oakville Transit.
You can purchase a two year pet licence online and save money. Pet licences are still available by phone, mail or in person at our Animal Services shelter or your local community centre.