The Hamilton Spectator is reporting on a fail to remain accident last night last night just before 7:00pm on McFarren Blvd in Streetsville.
Security footage from a home on McFarren shows the collision and the vehicle fleeing the scene.
Peel Regional Police are investigating. Information can be provided anonymously through Peel Crime Stoppers.
Today, Mississauga’s Budget Committee approved the 2017 Business Plan and Budget. The impact of the budget is a $94 increase on the City’s portion of the property tax on an average residential property valued at $564,000.
“Mississauga’s 2017 Budget is a strong financial plan that invests in our city’s future while delivering the services residents rely on every day,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “We heard from residents about their spending priorities that include transit and traffic management. We have taken action by putting forward a solid budget to expand transit and improve traffic management, enhance and grow our infrastructure, invest in technology and support our arts and culture.”
In 2017, Mississauga residents will see 56,000 more transit service hours, completion of the Mississauga Transitway with four more stations opening in 2017, along with road, traffic and other infrastructure improvements. This is in addition to the services residents expect including fire and emergency services, winter road maintenance, libraries, recreation programs and parks and forestry.
“Our ongoing commitment to fiscal responsibility and continuous improvement helps us build on our progress and advance our priorities,” said Janice Baker, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer. “We have realized $4.1 million in cost savings, which is equivalent to reducing the City tax levy by 0.9 per cent. We are investing our limited resources wisely on improvements for transit, infrastructure and technology.” Continue reading Mississauga’s Budget Committee Approves 2017 Business Plan and Budget
The City of Mississauga is ready for winter. Our winter crew is ready with 377 pieces of equipment to clear 5,600 lane km of roads; 1,400 lane km of priority sidewalks; 3,700 bus stops and over 1,000 pedestrian crossings.
“We follow a priority route system to ensure public safety. Major roads are cleared first to allow emergency vehicles and public transit to pass. This is followed by residential roads, pedestrian crossings, priority sidewalks and bus stops,” said Mickey Frost, Director of Works Operations & Maintenance. “Residents can receive the latest snow information and updates by following @MississaugaSnow, downloading the Mississauga Roads App or visiting our snow plow tracker webpage to track the routes for snow plows and salters.”
What we clear when:
• Roads are salted if snowfall is less than eight cm (three inches) or plowed and salted if snowfall is more than eight cm (three inches).
• Major roads are cleared first for emergency and transit vehicles to travel. This is followed by local residential roads, bus stops, pedestrian crossings and priority sidewalks (around hospitals, schools and major transit routes for transit service).
• Priority sidewalks, bus stops and pedestrian crossings are cleared within 24-36 hours after the end of snowfall.
• For a summary of the City’s levels of service check out our new infographic.
Snow Season Parking:
A winter on-street parking restriction is in effect in Mississauga from November 1 till March 31 between 2 to 6 a.m. Vehicles left on City streets will be enforced in accordance with the Traffic By-law. During snow removal, temporary parking permits will not be issued and current ones will be suspended.
For Updates and Information:
• Download the Mississauga Roads App or visit our snow plow tracker webpage.
• Follow us on Twitter @MississaugaSnow.
• Visit mississauga.ca/snow.
• Call 3-1-1 or (905-615-4311 outside city limits) or 905-615-SNOW (7669).
Mississauga – Investigators from the Major Collision Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in their investigation into a tragic collision involving a vehicle and a young pedestrian.
On Friday December 2, 2016 at approximately 8:24 pm, a fifteen year old female and a male friend were attempting to cross Britannia Road at the intersection of Glen Erin Drive, in the City of Mississauga. At the same time a male driver was operating a silver Honda CRV eastbound on Britannia Road. The male friend reached the median of the intersection however the fifteen year old female was struck by the vehicle. Tragically, she suffered fatal injuries from this collision and life-saving procedures at the scene and later in hospital were not successful.
The victim has been identified as,
Madeleine PETRIELLI, 15 year old female from Mississauga.
The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and is cooperative with the investigation. The investigation is still ongoing however no charges have been laid at this time.
Investigators are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen the collision or have video footage of the incident to contact investigators with the Major Collision Bureau at (905) 453-2121, ext. 3710. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word ‘PEEL’ and then your tip.