Village Announcements

A collection of topics that influence Erindale Village

Second Tele Town Hall

A second Tele Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. to address resident concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and to update the public about what the City is doing to protect their health and safety. Residents will be able to ask COVID-19...

COVID-19 Could Mark the End of Toronto’s Airbnb Era

An article worth sharing! COVID-19 could mark the end of Toronto’s Airbnb era, and good riddance. Here’s how to keep it that way. By Matt Elliott Contributing Columnist Tues., March 31, 2020 Big number: 7,300 — the number of entire-home Airbnb listings in Toronto...

Novel Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

For more information about public health and advisories: From Health Canada and Know the Facts From the Ontario Ministry of Health From Infection Prevention and Control From City of Mississauga and Peel Public...

Snow Plow Damage?

If you have property damage due to snow plowing this past winter, please contact the City to open a case file and schedule repairs. Customer Service Advisor, 311 Citizen Contact Centre Dial 311 or 905-615-4311 public.info@mississauga.ca Dial 3-1-1 between 7:00 a.m....

The Ontario AffordAbility Fund

The AffordAbility Fund is here to help Ontarians who pay an electricity bill ease what they spend on electricity. Take a few minutes to enrol and find out what you qualify for, from FREE ENERGY STAR® light bulbs, a power bar and/or faucet aerators to ENERGY STAR®...

3rd Annual International Women’s Day Breakfast

Sven Spengemann Member of Parliament Mississauga-Lakeshore is pleased to invite you to their third Annual International Women’s Day Breakfast on March 8, 2020 at 8am. Please feel free to distribute. The Eventbrite link to RSVP is as follows...

Councillor Damerla’s March Newsletter

The City of  Mississauga has been making improvements and investments into your neighbourhoods. Sometimes these improvements are easy to spot and sometimes it's hard to tell. So here is a quick look at some recent investments in your neighbourhoods. Downtown Core...

Grass Clippings No Longer Accepted

Grass clippings are no longer accepted at the curb or Peel Community Recycling Centres. Grasscycling means leaving the clippings on the lawn after mowing it. It helps keep your lawn healthy while saving you the time and effort of bagging the clippings. Benefits of...

Delayed LPAT Decision re: Proposed Condo Development

Ex-lobbyist for the development industry appointed to Ontario’s land-use tribunal As reported in The Globe and Mail, February 7, 2020 Jeff Gray Queen's Park Reporter The LPAT has been a focus for the Ford government, which last year scrapped the previous Liberal...

Councillor Damerla’s February Newsletter

Dear Neighbour,Are you a frequent transit goer? Great news! In February, the City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One will undergo a complete interior infrastructure renovation. We will be transforming the City’s busiest facility into an updated space with improved...

Mississauga Chess Club

Many of you may be unaware that our community is also home to the Mississauga Chess Club, one of the most active clubs. It holds casual play and rated tournaments in the Erindale United Church on Wednesday evenings and kids lessons and games on Mondays. Attached is a...

Mid-Winter Social

The Erindale Village Association will be hosting the 5th annual Mid-Winter Social this Friday, January 17th, at 6:30pm. This year we will be at a new location from the previous years. Please join us at Chuck's Roadhouse Bar & Grill located in the Westdale Mall,...

2019 Highlights – Councillor Dipika Damerla

  As the year ends, I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It is also a time to reflect on the year that went by. Here are some highlights of what we achieved in Ward 7. Creation of Business Improvement Area for Cooksville - Council...

Noise Control By-law Review

The City of Mississauga is updating its Noise By-laws to make them more responsive to community needs. As the City evolves from a suburban community to an urban centre, there is an opportunity to modernize how noise is regulated. City staff are currently reviewing the...

Lower Speed Limits Begin in 11 Neighbourhoods

Eleven neighbourhoods will be re-signed with a 40-kilometre per hour speed limit that will gradually reduce speeds in neighbourhood areas across Mississauga. The reduced speed limit of 40 km/h from 50 km/h addresses the actions of the Transportation Master Plan...