— Town of Port Credit (@TOPCA_Executive) April 22, 2017
It’s been 13 years since the Old Port Credit Village Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan was first drafted. The City is now updating the plan and is asking for input from the public to help make important decisions that impact residents.
The original plan was drafted in 2004 and focuses on guiding physical changes to the area over time to ensure any changes contribute to the area’s special character.
Updates to the original strategy are being done to ensure the HCD Plan aligns with current Ontario Heritage Act legislation and follows current best practices and heritage conservation principles.
Currently, the area is comprised of residential, commercial and institutional properties.
Community Meeting and Workshop
Old Port Credit Village HCD Plan Community Workshop
Discussion to be led by:
Architect, MHBC Planners, Urban Design & Landscape Architecture
Landscape Architect and Historic Horizon Inc.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
7 to 9 p.m.
Clarke Memorial Hall
161 Lakeshore Rd. W.
Have you noticed a damaged curb or traffic sign needing repair? You can now report it using Pingstreet – a free mobile app.
Mississauga has added seven new issues for residents to report on using their smartphone or tablet:
- Faded or missing pavement markings
- Traffic sign repair
- Traffic signal light timing
- Garbage or debris on roads
- Objects encroaching on City property (roads, rivers or streams)
- Curb damage
- Dead or damaged sod
With the addition of these new issues, this brings the total number of services that can be requested on Pingstreet to 20. Continue reading New Self-Service Options Available for Mississauga on Pingstreet!
Mississauga Council is pressing ahead with the use of technology that will help keep students, citizens, neighbourhoods and our streets safer, Mayor Bonnie Crombie said today.
Mayor Crombie made the comments following last week’s General Committee, where Council passed a motion in support of Bill 94, Highway Traffic Amendment Act (School Bus Camera Systems), 2017 after receiving a deputation from Student Transportation of Peel Region (STOPR). STOPR plans and implements home-to-school transportation for approximately 65,000 students travelling to 400 school sites. Today, Council passed the resolution. Continue reading Council Committed to Improving School Bus Safety: Mayor Crombie
Spring into the new season with fresh, handmade finds at Craftadian Port Credit
The annual Craftadian Spring Market returns to First United Church, Port Credit, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 29th in celebration of contemporary craft and all things handmade. Priding itself as a community gathering place, Craftadian features a curated selection of local makers where visitors will have the opportunity to browse through an exceptional array of handmade jewellery, stationery, gourmet food, toys, apparel, art, home decor, apothecary and so much more.
Apart from stellar handmade shopping, children can take part in complimentary DIY workshops, hosted by Crafting for a Cure, a not-for-profit registered charity that looks for opportunities to ensure children are having a positive experience when a hospital visit is necessary.
Tickets run for $3 a person with a portion of proceeds going towards charity, Crafting for a Cure. Be sure to line up early and be one of the first 50 families get a free swag bag filled with handmade goodies artisans participating at Craftadian.
What: Craftadian Spring Market (formerly Made by Hand Show)
Where: First United Church
151 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga
When: Saturday, April 29th
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Cost: Admission: $3 (Under 16 years of age free)
*Free Swag bags to the first 50 families