Mississauga residents invited to have their say on parking rules
Published August 23, 2021 at 12:03 pm
Residents can have their say on new parking regulations being considered by the City of Mississauga at a virtual meeting on Sept. 14.
The Parking Regulations Study focuses on establishing the amount of privately owned parking to be provided as part of any development application or when a new business is created in Mississauga. Such off-street parking includes parking lots within apartment buildings, retail plazas, office buildings, and warehouse and industrial buildings.
“Parking is an important part of shaping how Mississauga looks, moves and functions,” City staff said in a report. “It directly impacts how the city is built, transit usage and active transportation.”
The study is not examining parking on public streets. That will be the subject of a separate study, staff says.
The virtual meeting is being held Sept. 14, from 6:30-8 p.m., and will include residents, business owners, developers, City planning and building staff, and members of City Council.
Those interested in participating in the virtual meeting can search City of Mississauga Parking Regulations Study to register. Residents can also submit questions beforehand, by Sept. 10.
Starting Sept. 15, people can view the presentation/meeting online and provide feedback.
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