How do you make your trip into, around or out of Mississauga? The City of Mississauga is doing a study to develop a long-term plan for its transit and road network – Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan (TRIP). The study will look at transit and road infrastructure priorities to meet the needs of Mississauga residents, businesses and visitors, now and into the future.
A virtual on-demand meeting is now live (until December 20) for the public to provide input 24/7 – on topics such as the modes of transportation they use to the issues they face on the road. Project information and materials are also available for the public to learn more about the study
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Residents now have the convenience of reporting coyote sightings online, and viewing reported sighting and activities through a new interactive map which is also accessible through all mobile devices.
This reporting method will only be used for tracking and mapping purposes. Residents should continue to contact Animal Services Dispatch at 905-615-3000 for any calls for service.
We encourage residents to enjoy and live in harmony with wildlife, including pigeons and coyotes. Do not interfere with their natural instincts by feeding them.
Council approved an updated Parks By-law that will ensure more safety and greater clarity for park users and the City’s enforcement staff. The by-law is effective immediately.
“As Mississauga continues to grow and evolve, updates to the Parks By-law are necessary for the City to effectively continue administering and enforcing all park related activities and programs,” said Jodi Robillos, Director, Parks, Forestry and Environment. “This also ensures that all park users are clearly made aware and understand what is and isn’t allowed in our parks. More importantly, it brings more safety measures for the public so that our parks can continue to be used and enjoyed by everyone.”
Some of the key highlights with the updated Parks By-law are as follows:
In reviewing and updating the by-law, staff from various business units were involved, including: Parks, Forestry and Environment; Enforcement; Corporate Security; Legal Services; Recreation; Animal Services; and Mobile Licensing. The City also consulted with residents, Leash-Free Mississauga and commercial dog walkers for regulations that relate to Leash-Free Zones.
To learn more about these changes, view the updated Parks By-law.