Here’s what’s open in Mississauga under first phase of reopening


Published June 12, 2021 at 1:29 pm


With the province entering its first phase of reopening on Friday, June 11, many city facilities and activities in Mississauga are once again open to the public, albeit with public health measures still in place.

Here’s what’s open (or opening soon) in Mississauga:

  • Libraries will reopen computer bookings at Burnhamthorpe, Malton and the pop-up location at the Living Arts Centre on Thursday, June 17.
  • Outdoor pools will be open this summer for lane and public swims (limited capacity, participants must reserve online at
    • Lion’s Club of Credit Valley Outdoor Pool and Streetsville Outdoor Pool will open on Saturday, June 12 (reservations open now)
    • The remaining outdoor pools will open on Saturday, June 19 (reservations available five days in advance at 6 a.m.)
  • Celebration Square Wading Pool is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with capacity limits. Residents waiting to go into the wading pool will be required to line up and ensure they maintain a two-metre distance.
  • Outdoor permits for sport fields, outdoor fitness classes and picnics are available for groups limited to 10 patrons (no games or scrimmages permitted). A permit can be booked by calling the Customer Service Centre at 905-615-4100.
  • Limited outdoor registered programs will begin on Saturday, June 19, including instructional golf, tennis and fitness with limited capacities. Registrations are available at
  • Registration for Day Camps with limited capacities continues to be available.
  • Both BraeBen and Lakeview golf courses are open.

“We know everyone has waited a long time for us to reach this milestone,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “I’m grateful to the team who will be working very hard over these next few days to safely reopen our outdoor pools, patios, outdoor fitness and much more.”

As of June 11, the following is permitted all across the province:

  • Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 10 people
  • Outdoor dining with up to four people per table, with exceptions for larger households
  • Outdoor fitness classes, outdoor groups in personal training with up to 10 people
  • Outdoor pools
  • Day camps for children
  • Outdoor religious services, rites or ceremonies, including weddings and funerals, capped at the number of people that can maintain a physical distance of two metres
  • Indoor religious services, rites or ceremonies, including weddings and funerals permitted at up to 15 per cent capacity
  • Non-essential retail permitted at 15 per cent capacity, with no restrictions on goods that can be sold; essential and other select retail permitted at 25 per cent capacity, with no restrictions on the goods that can be sold
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