Meadowvale is growing and the City of Mississauga is being proactive in shaping how that growth happens. Last year we invited the Meadowvale community to share ideas, opinions and local knowledge to help guide the neighbourhood’s future growth.
Based on your input, we’re now ready to share draft recommendations to guide growth. You’ll also see examples of how these tools may be applied to future redevelopment opportunities.
Help Shape Meadowvale Community Meeting
Thursday, February 28, 2019
6 to 8:30 p.m. (Presentation at 6:15 p.m. followed by discussion)
West Credit Secondary School, Cafeteria
6325 Montevideo Rd.
Find details about the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study: Townhouse, Apartment & Retail Areas at yoursay.mississauga.ca/meadowvale.
Today, Mississauga City Council approved the 2019 – 2022 Business Plan and 2019 Budget. The impact of the budget is an $83.08 increase on the City’s portion of the property tax on an average residential property valued at $645,000 or $12.88 per $100,000 of assessment.“This year’s budget proves that Mississauga is working. We have a solid financial plan that will allow us to invest in our City while providing the quality local services our residents have come to rely on,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “We heard from our residents what was most important to them and designed our budget accordingly. From investing in public transit and safety, to better managing traffic signals to improving housing affordability, this year’s budget makes strategic investments while ensuring programs and services continue to be delivered in a cost-effective manner. Over the past decade, we have saved taxpayers nearly $55 million and this year, we are projected to save an additional $3 million. I want to thank our dedicated staff, my Council colleagues and our community for working together to help lay the groundwork for Mississauga’s bright and promising future.” In 2019, Mississauga residents will see more transit service hours, additional transit security and public safety and more proactive fire prevention education. This is in addition to road, traffic and other infrastructure improvements, winter road maintenance, recreation programs, libraries and parks. “Service excellence, fiscal responsibility and continuous improvement are key elements of our business planning and budgeting activity,” said Janice Baker, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer. “This, combined with the expertise and professionalism demonstrated by our staff, helps us build on our progress and advance our city building priorities. We have realized $3.1 million in cost savings in this budget. This is equivalent to reducing the City tax levy by 0.6 per cent.” Highlights of the 2019 Business Plan and Budget:
- The total increase in Mississauga’s residential property tax will be 2.90 per cent. The increase includes 1.56 per cent for City services and 1.34 per cent for Region of Peel services.
- The City advances on its Strategic Plan in 2019 by adding approximately $9.9 million worth of new services, including:
- 31,000 additional MiWay service hours
- increased investment in transit enforcement and public safety
- continued redevelopment of the Small Arms Inspection Building, the City’s newest arts and cultural facility
- Council did not approve the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Capital Funding Levy of $1 million in the 2019 Budget.
StormwaterThe 2019 Stormwater Program operating budget, excluding transfers to reserves, is $11.96 million. Highlights of the business plan include development of a comprehensive asset management plan, infrastructure improvements, flood relief improvement projects and community outreach activities. The Stormwater Charge rate for 2019 is $106.1 per stormwater billing unit. For more details on the City’s budget and the budgeting process, visit mississauga.ca/budget.
Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is advising that Environment Canada is forecasting mixed precipitation of 5-10 mm, along with warmer temperatures for this weekend. Rain will begin on Sunday with temperatures up to +3oC and continue into Monday with light showers and temperatures up to +7o C.
The mix of above-zero temperatures, rain, and partial melting of the snowpack are expected to increase runoff, water levels and flows in the watercourses throughout the watershed. With increased temperatures, there is a possibility of breaking up of the ice cover in watercourses, resulting in ice jams and increased water levels.
While flooding of the Credit River and its major tributaries is not expected, higher water levels and flows will result in local streams and rivers becoming dangerous, especially in the vicinity of culverts, bridges and dams. Children should be warned to stay away from all watercourses.
CVC will continue to closely monitor weather and water levels in the watershed. The Watershed Conditions Statement for Water Safety will be in effect through to Tuesday February 5th, 2019, or until further notice.
For more information on this Water Safety Statement, contact CVC during office hours at 905- 670-1615. To report a flood afterhours, please call 1-800-215-8505.
As a result of a significant snow event, all City of Mississauga recreation, culture and library programs are cancelled as of 3 p.m. today and throughout the evening. Meadowvale Theatre, the Small Arms Inspection Building and the City’s museums will also be closed this evening.
Community Centres (including fitness centres), arenas and the Paramount Fine Foods Centre and libraries will remain open to the public. Rentals will continue.
In addition, two committees of City Council are cancelled. The Planning and Development Committee meeting scheduled for tonight and the Road Safety Committee meeting scheduled for Tuesday morning have been cancelled.
Please follow @mississaugarec on Twitter or check the recreation website for details on registered and drop-in programs.
Please follow @mississaugalib on Twitter or check on the library website for details on library programs.
Please follow @SaugaCulture on Twitter or check on the culture website for details on culture programs and facilities.
The City’s Animal Services shelter will close at 4 p.m. instead of at 5 p.m.
As a result of the current weather, MiWay is experiencing delays on several routes. We appreciate your patience throughout the day and evening commute.
The City of Mississauga has declared a Significant Weather Event under Regulation 239/02, Minimum Maintenance Standards for Municipal Highways (Municipal Act). Winter maintenance crews have been deployed to maintain road safety. Due to the significant snowfall expected, levels of service will be placed on hold for the duration of the declaration to ensure that crews can focus on areas of immediate need. Residents should exercise caution when travelling on roads and sidewalks as snow clearing may take longer to complete. Crews will focus on keeping major roads clear for the duration of the storm so that emergency vehicles and transit can operate safely. Once completed, crews will move on to clearing residential roads, priority sidewalks and bus stops.
Temporary parking permits have been suspended and new ones will not be issued until further notice. Residents are asked to remove their parked vehicles from streets so that staff and equipment can safely clear roads.
For continued updates, follow @MississaugaSnow on Twitter, visit mississauga.ca/snow and download the Mississauga Roads App to track our snow plows and salt trucks online.
We will continue to post updates on our website mississauga.ca, Twitter and Facebook.