Have your say about the future of Mississauga


Did you know that your input can help shape the future of Mississauga? Community engagement is important to us and we want to hear your ideas and opinions about projects that are transforming the city.

Port Credit Proposed Marina

The City has plans to build a new marina and waterfront park at 1 Port Street East in Port Credit. An Environmental Assessment (EA), a public consultation and a review of the impact of the proposal on the environment need to be done before the City moves ahead.

More information is available on the City’s Web site.

This project includes adding soil to the lake to create new land along the existing break wall. This will provide an opportunity to continue the site’s historic marina function, support marina and business activity, create new a waterfront park and improve habitat. The site is one of the few deep-water harbours on the north shore of Lake Ontario and an important part of Mississauga’s tourism and waterfront parks strategies.

Map of future 1 Port Street East Proposed Marina development
PIC #1
PIC #2

When: Thursday, September 14 – Monday, October 23, 2023

  1. Take part in the virtual Public Information Centre #3. View the project documents, including the online presentation and draft EA document, and share your feedback through an online survey.
  2. The City will be holding a pop-up event with staff available to answer questions and discuss the project. Pop-up event details will be made available on the project website.

If you have any comments or questions about this project or require hard copies of project materials, please contact the project manager:

Beata Palka, M.Pl., RPP
Planner, Park Planning
City of Mississauga
300 City Centre Dr, 4F
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
905-615-3200 ext. 4221

Beyond Indoor Dining (Temporary Patio By-law)

Have thoughts on outdoor dining? We understand that these patios have become a beloved part of our city’s dining experience, creating a lively and vibrant atmosphere. We’re working on updates to our patio by-law. Take our online survey and tell us what you think.

For more information and updates on how you can get involved in ongoing community engagement sessions, visit yoursay.mississauga.ca.

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