The Four Levels of Government in Mississauga

In the City of Mississauga there are four levels of government with various responsibilities: Municipal, Regional, Provincial and Federal.

Local Government Responsibilities

The City of Mississauga is responsible for services like City transit, fire services, snow removal, and City parks. The Region of Peel also provides local services including police, and garbage and recycling.

The Provincial Government looks after matters that apply specifically to Ontario like education, health and highways. The Federal Government of Canada is responsible for things that affect all Canadians including national defense and citizenship. See infographic below for further details.

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The Four Levels of Government in Mississauga:
Who Does What?


City of Mississauga

Represented by the Mayor and your City Councillor who also represents you at the regional level.

Mississauga City Council


Snow Clearing


Building Permits

Property Taxes

City Planning

Community Centres (Arenas, Pools)

Street Trees

Fire Services

Arts and Culture


Traffic Management

Local Roads and Sidewalks

City Parks


Region of Peel:
Mississauga, Brampton & Caledon

Represented by your Regional Councillor

Find Regional Councillor


Garbage & Recycling

Public Health

Child Care



Social Services

Water & Waste Water

Regional Roads


Ontario Government

Represented by your Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP)

Find Your MPP

Schools and Education

Health Care Delivery

Natural Resources
and Environment


Driver’s Licenses


Health Cards

Administration of Justice



Government of Canada

Represented by your Member of Parliament (MP)

Find Your MP


International Relations


Money & Banking

Postal Service

Citizenship & Immigration


Employment Insurance / Social Insurance

Shipping, Railways, Telephones & Pipelines

Aboriginal Lands and Rights

Criminal Law

Federal Taxes

Income Taxes

Mid Winter Social

Come to the 4th Annual Mid-Winter Social

Friday January 18th, starting at 6:30pm

Hosted by Erindale Village Association

at the Erin Mills Pump & Patio – 1900 Dundas Street West – just down the street!

  • A gathering for all residents of Erindale Village
  •  Join us in the semi-private upper lounge
  •  Food and drinks will be available for purchase from the restaurant, with some finger foods provided by the Association
Flyer that will be distributed to the Village

The Appeals Process Is Changing

A public information session was held on September 25, 2018 to provide information on the recent changes to the Planning Act. The changes to the Planning Act were introduced through Bill 139, “Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017” (the Act). The Act came into force on April 3, 2018. Learn more from the City of Mississauga’s website.

The Act also replaced the Ontario Municipal Board with the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT), made changes to the appeal process, and created the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre, all of which are intended to give communities a stronger voice in land use planning.

For more information about the Act, please go to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs website at:

Please click on the links below to view the video of the information session and the presentations by Mary Lee, Executive Director of the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre, and staff representatives from the Clerk’s Office and Legal Services.

LPAT: Resident Information Session (Presentation)

Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (Presentation)

Information Session Video

Fall Leaf Pickup

Vacuum Leaf Pickup will happen on the following dates for Erindale Village;

October 29 – November 2nd
November 19 – 23

Please ensure the following for Vacuum Leaf Pickup:

  • Rake leaves to the edge of the grass by Sunday of the week before your scheduled vacuum leaf pickup. Do not rake leaves onto the road.
  • Do not mix items such as wood, brick or brush with the leaves as they can damage equipment or injure workers.
  • Help reduce potential flooding by keeping curbside storm drains clear of leaves.
  • Help City crews by removing cars from the street during leaf pickup.

Missed Leaf Pickup? Here are your options for disposing of leaves:

The Region of Peel will also pick up leaves on your regular waste collection day until
December 13, 2018. Leaves must be placed curbside in open, reusable containers such as bushel baskets, labelled rigid plastic containers or paper yard waste bags weighing less than 20 kgs (44 lbs) when full. Do not use plastic bags.

You can also compost your leaves or spread them around the base of your trees. Leaves will fertilize the soil and act as a buffer against extreme temperatures. Remember that oak leaves are difficult to compost.


For more information on the City’s Leaf Pickup program, contact 3-1-1 (or 905-615-4311 from outside the City) from Monday to Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

For more information on Region of Peel yard waste collection, call 905-791-9499 or visit their website.


Erindale Village Association would like to invite you to our FALL FEST this coming Sunday, September 30th, from 4pm to 7pm at the Erindale Community Hall (1620 Dundas St. W., Mississauga), rain or shine. Free to all residents. There will be live music, yummy food, chilli, pies and cotton candy!

With the election around the corner, we thought it would be the ideal event for all Ward 7 candidates to also attend so they can introduce themselves to our neighbourhood. This will be a mix and mingle with residents in an informal manner. Although we are not scheduling any specific time for speeches or debate, there will be ample opportunity for candidates to engage in discussions with everyone during the festivities.

The full list of candidates can be found on the City website here.

Please RSVP and looking forward to seeing you!

Graphical PDF below which will dropped off to your mailbox.

EVA Fall Festival 2018

Decision on Application by Erindale Academy

The decision of the Mississauga Committee of Adjustment under Section 45(1) OR (2) of The Planning Act R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, as amended has been refused.

Application by 2539088 ONTARIO INC. CIO THE ERINDALE ACADEMY for the property located at 1576 DUNDAS STREET WEST.
Date of Hearing on Thursday, July 19, 2018.
Date Decision Signed by the Committee July 26, 2018

Read the full decision here 2018_07_19_CofA_Decision_4.00PM

Mississauga Matters – Campaign Events

Message from Mayor Crombie


 As you know, there is a provincial election scheduled for June 7th. As a significant stakeholder in the next election, the City of Mississauga will be active, advocating for our priorities and those of our residents. Our campaign is called Mississauga Matters ( and will formally launch on May 9, 2018. It is important that the next provincial government work with our city as a partner.

 We would like to welcome you to be part of this campaign, to spread the message, and engage the groups you represent.  As part of this campaign, the City will be hosting a candidate’s information night and an all candidates debate. I would like to invite you to attend both. Here are the details:

 Candidates’ Information Night

When: Thursday, May 17, 2018

Where: Mississauga City Hall (300 City Centre Drive), Great Hall

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

What: A evening featuring presentations from City staff on Mississauga’s priorities; provincial candidates; Question and Answer session

 Candidates’ Debate

When: Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Where: Mississauga City Hall (300 City Centre Drive), Council Chambers

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

What: A debate on Mississauga’s priorities featuring candidates from the NDP, Liberal Party, Progressive Conservative Party, and Green Party

Please RSVP here as space is limited:

Thank you for your time and consideration. I hope you will join with me to send a message to all provincial candidates that Mississauga Matters. Please feel free to share this email with others you believe would be interested in attending.


 Bonnie Crombie


Credit River Bridge Construction

A construction notice was delivered today to mailboxes in the area. The City will be rehabilitating the Dundas Street West bridge over the Credit River between April 23rd and December 31st of this year.

They say they need to widen the bridge to incorporate a multi-use trail on the north side, waterproof the bridge deck, resurface the road, rehabilitate various bridge components and repair the retaining walls.
NOTE: traffic will be reduced down to one lane in each direction!