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Yard of the Month Winner – June 2021

Congratulations to Melody Ma! Melody is named Erindale Village Association’s first Yard of the Month winner for June 2021. Melody’s home is located at 2581 Mindemoya Road and is a beautifully landscaped property at the point of Mindemoya Road, Jarvis Street and Dundas...

PETITION Repeal the Noise!

A message from Councillor Damerla below. If construction noise seems to be starting earlier and going later, you're not imagining things. On April 7, 2020, the Provincial Government suspended the power of municipalities to enact by-laws regulating construction-related...

Property Maintenance & Yard of the Month

Spring is here and it’s that time to dust off the lawnmower and pruners! We’d like to take this opportunity to remind our homeowners about proper yard maintenance. It is the responsibility of each homeowner to keep their yard in a well-maintained, safe, clean and...

Parks and Forestry

Help keep parks clean and safe    Please respect City parks, trails, natural areas, fields and other commonly used spaces to help make them safe and enjoyable for all, including keeping parks clean by disposing of litter in the appropriate waste containers....

Road Construction

Construction has begun. Construction season is underway in Mississauga to keep all road users moving safely. Use the construction map to see where construction is happening. Learn more

Earth Day in Erindale Village

On Thursday, April 22, the world will celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day. This is a great moment to pause and consider the environment since the first Earth Day is credited with launching the modern environmental movement. Erindale Village Association would...

Pick Up After Your Pet

Pet owners are reminded to pick up your pet waste. When walking your dog in the Village, remember that it should be leashed and immediately clean up after your pet. Your actions set an example for others. Take along a baggie with you to pick up waste with and then...

Invasive Species Awareness

From the City of MississaugaForestry SectionParks, Forestry & Environment Division950 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, Ontario L5C 3B4 tree.pests@mississauga.ca Thanks for joining us for Invasive Species Awareness Week! Through last week's activities, we hope you...

Hazel McCallion Central Library

News release from City Hazel McCallion Honoured by City of Mississauga with 100th Birthday Celebration and Library Renaming City building | February 10, 2021 Today at General Committee, Mayor Bonnie Crombie and Members of Council paid tribute to the City’s remarkable...

Free Postcard from Canada Post

A new initiative by Canada Post wants to help Canadians reconnect with the ones they love. The Crown corporation announced Tuesday that over the next few weeks it will deliver approximately 13.5 million free postcards, one to every residential address in the country....

Invasive Species Awareness Week

Join City of Mississauga staff to learn how they're managing invasive species in parks and natural areas. Message from the City below Join us February 21-27, 2021, as we mark Invasive Species Awareness Week while respecting the need for physical distancing. Visit...

Neighbourhood Area Speed Limits Project Update

Written By Dipika Damerla Ward 7 I am excited to let you know that we have continued to make great progress on the important issue of speeding in your neighbourhoods. More areas have been shifted from 50km/h to 40km/h and (30km/h in school zones). Most recently, all...