We will endeavour to keep this page up to date for our residents on matters related to COVID-19.

Vaccine appointments are currently being offered to Ontario residents 80 years of age or older.     A Covid-19 mass vaccine clinic opened on March 1, 2021 at the U of T Mississauga Campus.  For more information about the clinic, check out the press release.

Community members over 80 or older can PRE-REGISTER with Trillim Health Partners.

Alternatively, uou can book an appointment at the William Osler Health System Vaccine Clinic in Brampton.

For more information about getting your vaccine visit the Region of Peel website

UPDATE:  March 22, 2021 :  Citizens 75 or older can now book an appointment to be vaccinated

UPDATE #2: April 2, 2021:  Citizens 60 years of age or older are permitted to book an appointment to be vaccinated.






The City of Mississauga is asking you to complete a short survey to help them understand the best way connect with residents on matters related to infrastructure, facilities and planning.  To complete the survey visit:

Engaging on Engagement Survey

For additional information visit the City of Mississauga's Survey Information.  Survey results will also be posted here.

Curbside collection of bulky items resumed June 29, 2020Community Recycling Centres are now also accepting bulky items.  As social distancing measures continue on-site, staff are not available to unload items and wait times may be longer. The Region is also continuing to work with the local municipalities to monitor for and pick up illegally dumped items.   Residents who observe illegal dumping are encouraged to report as much information as possible including date, time and location of the incident. They can do so anonymously by also calling 905-791-9499.

For more information about service an facility changes visit:   REGION OF PEEL AFFECTED SERVICES

On June 30, 2020,  the Region of Peel's Medical Officer along with the Mayors of Brampton, Mississauga and the Town of Caledon announced plans to explore measures help prevent the spread of Covid-19.   One of those measures was to enact a temporary law requiring all residents to wear a non-medical mask inside public places.    

The Government of Ontario is gradually reopening businesses, services and public spaces on a regional basis as progress is made in the fight against COVID-19. The City of Mississauga is in Stage 2 as of June 24, 2020. Any reopening plans or changes to current closures will be communicated through the City’s website and social media channels.  

City Amenities Closure Status (June 30, 2020) PDF

For additional information visit the City of Mississauga's Covid-19 Web Page

The City is reviewing the announcement made by the Province on May 19, 2020 that allows the reopening of some outdoor recreational amenities.  They are planning and preparing accordingly in consultation with Peel Public Health to reopen safely.   For a list of city amenities closure statuses, please view this document:  City Amenities Closure Status (May 21, 2020) PDF

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the sale and use of fireworks are currently not permited.   Please do not buy or light fireworks.    For more information about the amended by-laws, please visit the City of Mississauga's website

A third Tele Town Hall will be held on Tuesday May 5 at 6:00 p.m. to address resident concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and to update the public about what the City is doing to protect their health and safety.   

You can also listen to a recording of the previous one held on March 20, 2020 & April 8, 2020.  Register Here


A 4th Tele Town Hall will be held on Tuesday June 9 at 7:00 p.m. to address resident concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.   In consultation with Peel Public Health, Mississauga is actively planning a measured and phased approach to reopening facilities and resuming services and programs. The Tele Town Hall will provide residents with the latest updates on COVID-19 in Mississauga as well as important information on what recovery will look like in the city.

The City of Mississauga have launched a new web page that provides guidance for older residents and their caregivers to help meet their needs.  Residents can find information on symptoms and prevention, health and wellness and key emergency contacts.  You will also find useful links to help older adults and their caregivers.

A printable information sheet is also available for those that may not have access to the internet.   If you know anyone in the neighbourhood who cannot access the information online, kindly print this and share.

LINK: Guidance for older adults and caregivers

The urgent need to support our local food bank, The Compass continues.  While they provide different ways to accept your donations, at this time monetary contributions provide the most effective means to help them provide for families in need.  Cash donations allows them to purchase the most needed items.   In addition, they can buy in bulk at reduced costs further amplifying the value of your generosity. Please consider donating today!  

Donate online 

As many of you know we have partnered in the past with our local Food Bank, The Compass by coordinating food drives.  During this unprecedented time,  they are urgently appealing for your  help providing you with  3  ways to donate:

The Goverment of Canada recently updated their websites to allow qualfying Canadians to apply for The Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB).  If you are facing financial hardships as a result of COVID-19 support is available for individuals ansd businesses.    Please visit their wesbite here:

Goverment of Canada

UPDATE:  April 9, 2020 - Upon our request, the playground swings in our neighbourhood have now been locked and slide blocked to assist in enforcing soclal distancing rules.

In accordance with social distancing mandates, all city playgrounds, including ours located at the south end of Watercolours, is closed. Green spaces and park trails remain open for walking as long as physical distancing is maintained.    Please note, our playground equipment are

Below is a list of City facility closures and program cancellations:

A second Tele Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. to address resident concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and to update the public about what the City is doing to protect their health and safety.   You can also listen to a recording of the previous one held on March 20, 2020.  Register Here


A health care provider in our community is accepting donations of baby monitors.    Hospitals are asking for donations of baby monitors so that staff can communicate with patients in isolation without having to use PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) which they need to dispose of after every patient contact.   Hospitals do not have unlimited supply of PPE so if you have any old baby monitors and/or can forward this message to as many people you know we would really appreciate it.

A box or bin has been set up outside 530 Canyon Street to accept you donations.     Please drop your donations off by end of day Monday, April 6, 2020 so they can be delivered by Tuesday.    Thanks! 

We recently participated in a teleconference with officials from the City of Mississauga, other residents associations and medical personnel to discuss the growing concerns surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic.   The teleconference was initiated by the Mayor's office to give us an opportunity to gather information and voice concerns.   The discussion concluded with plans to remain in contact with the city on a regular basis  with the aim to keep the communication channel open between the city and residents.  In a nutshell, The City is looking to us as an association to be the eyes and ears for our residents.   

To that end we wanted to highlight the items we have in place to connect with you: