Today, the City of Mississauga completed the final application for the Aerial Spray Program, which began on May 23. Over six days, the City conducted two applications of the spray in affected areas that targeted fall cankerworm and gypsy moth caterpillars on both City and private property.
During this year’s program, the City sprayed more than 22 Mississauga neighbourhoods throughout six Wards. The spray area consisted of 1,940 hectares(4,794 acres) of land equivalent to roughly 1,552 football fields.
Caption: Zimmer Air was contracted to conduct the spray on behalf of the City Continue reading City Completes Aerial Spray Program
The Walk to Fight Arthritis is happening in over 40 locations on June 4, 2017. The Walk has raised over $8 million to date in the last seven years and is hosted each year to spread awareness and promote understanding about arthritis. The funds raised during the Walk help to fund imperative scientific research and each dollar brings us one step closer to finding a cure.
The Bradley Museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017 and the Museums of Mississauga would like to take the opportunity to say “thank you” to the volunteers, staff, residents and partners that have supported the Museums over the past 50 years. The event will include an official ceremony at 11 am with honoured guest Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Ward 2 Councillor Karen Ras, Heritage Mississauga, The Friends of the Museums of Mississauga, Culture Division and The Peel Aboriginal Network.
There will be a cake cutting with old fashioned lemonade, an exhibition of dresses from the past 50 years, activities, games and crafts for the whole family.
Event begins at 10 a.m. with cake cutting and speeches at 11:00 a.m.
Please RSVP through Event brite or call Kelly Kubik, Community Program Supervisor at 905-615-4860 X 2111
Saturday, 24 June 2017 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
May 3, 2017 – Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for many communities in Southern Ontario with wet weather returning Thursday, May 4. Water levels in Lake Ontario having risen approximately 40 cm since the beginning of April. Above normal precipitation and the melting winter snow pack have resulted in higher lake levels in all the Great Lakes. Elevated lake levels are expected for several months before receding.
Higher water levels increase the potential for flooding and erosion. Storms and storm surges may compound the effects and lead to shoreline flooding. Elevated water levels combined with heavy wave action have led to some erosion of natural beaches, bluffs and structures along the shoreline.
Water levels in the Credit River and other Lake Ontario tributaries have increased due to backwater from Lake Ontario.
Residents are urged to exercise caution along the shoreline and lakefront areas. Elevated lake levels combined with wave activity can make these areas dangerous.
Credit Valley Conservation staff continue to monitor weather and lake conditions and will issue public warnings as conditions warrant.
Additional information regarding current and forecasted Great Lakes water levels can be found at the following websites:
For more information, please contact Credit Valley Conservation’s Jeff Wong at (905) 670-1615, ext. 269 or email@example.com.