City Seeks Input About Culture, Recreation, Parks, Forestry & Environment, Library, and Fire & Emergency Services – City of Mississauga

The City is hosting a virtual engagement session to seek input from residents and stakeholders about long-range plans for the next five to 10 years for Culture, Recreation, Parks, Forestry & Environment, Library, and Fire & Emergency Services divisions.

Virtual Engagement Session Details

What:

Virtual engagement session about the City’s long-range plans for Culture, Recreation, Parks, Forestry & Environment, Library and Fire & Emergency Services.

When and Where:

Virtual Engagement Session – WebEx Meeting
Wednesday, November 30
6:30 to 8 p.m
Registration is required

Who:

  • Residents
  • User groups (sports groups, clubs)
  • Stakeholders
  • Local business owners and operators
  • Members of the arts, culture and heritage communities
  • City staff

Unable to make the session? Take our survey

If you are unable to make the virtual engagement session but would still like the opportunity to provide input, please fill out the online survey for interested participants. Complete the survey before December 30, 2022 to share your input and ideas online. There is a chance to win a pair of AirPods for participating.

For more information about the plans, visit mississauga.ca/futuredirections

Background

The City is creating long-range plans for the next five to 10 years on the City’s Culture, Recreation, Parks, Forestry & Environment, Library and Fire & Emergency Services divisions. To create these plans, input and ideas from the community are being collected and combined with feedback from other stakeholders, targeted user groups, data and trends. Plans will align with Council priorities, address concerns about existing programs and services, and investigate innovative and unique opportunities to enhance them.

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City of Mississauga Media Relations
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