How to report non-compliance in Mississauga amid COVID-19 outbreak
Health experts at all levels of government are reminding residents to practice physical distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Peel Regional Police along with Peel Public Health and the Peel Emergency Management, have maintained regular communication to ensure that we are working together to keep the community safe against and safeguard the transmission of the virus.
Recently, legislation was passed in which non-essential businesses were ordered to close and allowed staff to self-isolate with their families to limit their exposure to COVID-19.
If residents in Mississauga wish to report a non-compliant business, the use of city-owned facilities that are closed (other than essential services) or gatherings of more than five people, please contact 3-1-1.
A by-law enforcement officer and/or security personnel will investigate the complaint to ensure compliance with the orders set out by the respective governments and may lay charges when appropriate.
If residents in Mississauga wish to report a non-compliant food establishment such as a bar or restaurant, we ask the community to report to Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700.
If there is an emergency that requires immediate police presence, dial 9-1-1.
If you would like more information on COVID-19, residents in the region can visit the Region of Peel COVID-19 website.
For a list of facility closures in the City of Mississauga, please visit Mississauga.ca.
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