The City of Mississauga is creating a planning framework that will guide future development to support transit in the Clarkson Transit Station Area (TSA). And we’d like your input! Join us at a community meeting to help us create a vision for the future of the Clarkson TSA.
Community Meeting for Clarkson Transit Station Area Study
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
3:30 – 5:30 p.m. or 7 – 9 p.m.
Presentations at 3:40 p.m. and 7:10 p.m.
Clarkson Community Church
1880 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga
Learn more about the study and how you can help at yoursay.mississauga.ca/Clarkson.
The Government of Ontario and their partners at Metrolinx are investing in convenient, integrated transit across the province. This includes electrification of GO train lines. In Mississauga, the Lakeshore West GO line will undergo changes to allow for electrification and 15-minute, two-way service all day.
To prepare for these changes, the City of Mississauga is developing a plan for the area surrounding the Clarkson GO Station. The Clarkson Transit Station Area Study will provide a planning framework to guide future development. The City wants to ensure that development will support transit and contribute to the walkability of the area. In addition, the study seeks to:
- Gather feedback from stakeholders and the local community
- Complete a transportation assessment
- Explore the possibility of converting employment lands
- Develop a land use plan and policies.
The City of Mississauga is leading the Clarkson Transit Station Area Study in partnership with the Region of Peel. A consultant team led by The Planning Partnership and supported by LEA Consulting and Cushman & Wakefield ULC is providing expertise in land use planning, policy development, urban design, transportation and economic viability.
The use of recreational cannabis
became legal in Canada on October 17, 2018. Ontario has elected to allow for recreational cannabis to be sold on-line or in privately operated retail stores. The location and operation of these private stores will be under the control of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), which is also responsible for regulating gaming and alcohol sales in the province. The City of Mississauga is considering whether Mississauga should opt in or out of private retail sales of cannabis. The City is also looking at locations where smoking or other use of recreational cannabis could be prohibited on City property; however the City cannot completely prohibit the smoking or vaping of cannabis.
The City wants to directly hear from residents on these matters. Responses can be provided either online through a survey
or by attending a Public Information Session. The City has also conducted an independent telephone survey, using Forum Research, to gain direct input from residents across the City.
After all the consultation has concluded, the City will review the public’s input along with other relevant data, inputs and trends before presenting formal feedback to the Province.
Public Information Session Details
Public consultation regarding the Legalization of Recreational Cannabis in Mississauga
When and Where:
|Monday, November 26, 2018
||6 to 7 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chamber, Second Floor
300 City Centre Dr.
Ease traffic congestion and reduce greenhouse gases by:
Local business owners and operators
Can’t Make the Public Information Session?
before November 30, 2019 to take the survey and share your feedback online regarding recreational cannabis use in Mississauga.
The production, sale and use of recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada on October 17, 2018.
Recreational cannabis use is now legal in Mississauga under the federal government’s Cannabis Act, 2017. The Province will regulate sales through the AGCO. Mississauga City Council has until January 22, 2019 to make the decision to opt-out or permit retail stores. The province will continue to consult with municipalities including Mississauga, Peel Public Health and Peel Regional Police on the implementation of the private retail model.
As the costs to deliver quality City services continue to increase, what’s the right balance between service levels and spending? Tell us your thoughts on the City of Mississauga’s proposed 2019 Budget.
There are several ways to get involved. Try the budget allocator, explore the City’s budget website, request a group meeting or attend a Budget Committee meeting.
Mississauga’s online budget allocator for the 2019 Budget is now available at mississauga.ca/budget
. This interactive tool lets residents choose their preferred spending option on 12 City services. Residents can also explore and learn more about the services included in the City’s budget and the overall process.
From roads and transit to fire and emergency services, library, animal services and recreation programs, City services affect people’s lives each day. Decisions about spending on City services and service levels drive the budget. Residents can use the allocator to test different spending options by increasing or decreasing the budget for each service area and then see if they have balanced the budget.
Results from the allocator received by November 30 will be shared with Budget Committee on January 14, 2019. The results will help inform the committee’s review of the 2019 proposed Business Plan and Budget.
“The budget allocator helps residents understand the cost and level of City services and how property tax dollars are spent,” said Jeff Jackson, Director of Finance and Treasurer. “It is an opportunity for people to get involved in Mississauga’s business planning and budgeting process and to share their priorities.”
Learn About the Budget
- Learn about what you get for your tax dollars at mississauga.ca/budget
- Read an overviewof the 2019 preliminary Business Plan & Budget that was presented to Budget Committee on June 13, 2018
- Watch for the full 2019 proposed Business Plan & Budget that will be posted onlineon November 28
- Budget Committee deliberations are scheduled for December 5, January 14, 15, 21, 22 and 28, with a Council vote to approve the budget planned for February 6, 2019*
* Budget Committee meeting schedules are subject to change.
Get Involved in Planning and Budgeting
Peel Regional Police are seeking assistance from the public as they investigate thefts from cemeteries that occurred in the City of Mississauga.
Police are looking to identify suspect(s) involved in thefts of bronze vases from Mount Peace Cemetery, St. Mary’s Cemetery and Assumption Cemetery. A total of 269 vases were stolen valued at approximately $67,250.00, these thefts occurred between April 7, 2018 and September 24, 2018.
Investigators are appealing for witnesses, who may have observed incident or any persons who may have video surveillance. Anyone with information regarding these incidents is asked to contact 12 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau at (905) 453-2121, ext. 1233. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting peelcrimestoppers.ca.