Use this app to report potholes, burnt-out park lights and more in Mississauga


Published July 11, 2022 at 3:30 pm

Use this app to report potholes or burnt-out park lights in Mississauga

Residents who come across anything from potholes and burnt-out park lights to ugly sights of litter and malfunctioning traffic lights can use the latest in technology to report the issues to Mississauga officials.

City of Mississauga officials say that the Pingstreet App can be easily downloaded free of charge and used by residents to quickly snap pictures of problems across the city they encounter and send the snapshots to City staff to be addressed.

Besides the aforementioned issues people may encounter and wish to report, City officials say residents can also report or request (24 hours/day):

  • graffiti
  • traffic signs in need of repair
  • illegal signs
  • shopping carts left stranded
  • sidewalk or road damage
  • five-hour parking violations
  • tree ownership matters
  • tree stump removal or tree pruning
  • damaged trees
  • faded or missing pavement markers
  • garbage/debris on roads
  • encroachment on road or watercourses
  • curb damage
  • dead or damaged sod
  • lighting on private property causing a problem
  • long grass/weeds on private property
  • public washroom maintenance
  • sports field maintenance
  • overflowing garbage cans

“Connecting to the City of Mississauga just got a lot easier with Pingstreet, a free mobile app that provides relevant information to you in one place,” City officials say online.

The app is available at the App Store and Google Play.




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