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.
With school almost back in session, we want to remind students and drivers to practice road safety at all times, including in and around school zones.
Van Horne Outdoor (VHO) entered into an agreement with City of Mississauga to place digital signs at eight CP railway overpass locations in Mississauga.
VHO is responsible for paying for all of the upfront and ongoing cost to install and maintain the signs. In addition, VHO made a financial contribution into improving lighting underneath the bridges to improve pedestrian safety.
This project will provide a new multi-use trail within the Lakeshore Royal Windsor Hydro One Corridor. The trail is approximately 9 km long and will extend from Winston Churchill Blvd east to Westfield Dr, with some sections on-road. This is a joint project between the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel in conjunction with Hydro One Network Inc.
The multi-use trail is an important part of Mississauga’s plan to provide active recreational opportunities for people and connections to other areas and trails. The City designed the trail to meet the Accessibility Standards for the Design of Public Spaces, making it safe and inclusive for all.
Welcome to Mississauga, Canada's 6th largest city and home to 734,000 residents representing cultures from around the globe. There are many services and programs to explore.
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.
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.