Info for the 2018 Municipal Elections

Candidate Information Session
Get information about running in the 2018 Municipal Election at the info session on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 7 to 9 p.m. at Civic Centre – Council Chamber, 300 Civic Centre Dr. Mississauga.

Representatives from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Ministry of Housing will provide information for all prospective candidates for the 2018 Municipal Election.

Learn more here.

Mid-Winter Social

Come to the 4th Annual Mid-Winter Social

Friday January 19th, starting at 7pm

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

Does Cycling Move You?

Mississauga is a vibrant city with many modes of transportation available from driving, taking transit to riding a bike or walking.

The City of Mississauga is committed to building a city that supports all of these ways to move. In 2010, the Cycling Master Plan set a vision and 20 year plan to make Mississauga a bicycle-friendly city.

This year, we are updating the Cycling Master Plan so we can take a look at the progress made and continue to plan for a bicycle-friendly future. If you move by bike, by car, by transit, or walking, or if you use a wheelchair or skateboard – no matter how you move – this plan needs you!

Does Cycling move you? Use this site to share your ideas about the future of cycling in Mississauga. Visit our consultation page to learn about other ways you can get involved.

Register on the City’s webpage and help plan a bicycle friendly city!

2018 Board of Directors

Introducing the 2018 Board of Directors

President – David Lawton
Vice President – Rudy Mendez
Treasurer – Jennifer Xu
Secretary – Khiem Phan
City Liaison – Colleen Peddle
Communications – Aaron Wouters (Past President)
Membership – Mariola Wojcik

Social Events
Spring Event / Garage Sale – Colleen Peddle & Mike Joven
Street Party / Corn Roast – Janet Miazga
AGM – Lily Vacek

Directors at Large
Terry Murphy
Celia Desmond

2017 Vacuum Leaf Pickup

Leaf pickup for the Village will be during the weeks of: 

October 30 – November 3rd
November 20th – 24th

The City has these recommendations 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 our crews by removing cars from the street during leaf pickup.

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

The Region of Peel will also pick up leaves on your regular waste collection day until December 14, 2017. 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.