Why a New survey?
The OHHA Board has received diverse views from the community about the construction of a pedestrian bridge over Etobicoke Creek that will connect Orchard Heights Park (OHP), our ravine park off Lincolnshire, to the Etobicoke Creek Trail. TheOHHA Board wants to know what our community thinks about this bridge.
What Action is Required?
Ensure your voice is heard about this project by completing this brief 5 minute survey.
When Will the Survey Close?
The survey will be available on May 13 and will close on June 3rd.
How Will the Survey Work?
Orchard Heights residents are eligible to complete the survey. Please submit only one survey per household.
Thank you for engaging in your community!
I would like to sincerely thank everyone who was able to participate in my Speakers Series session on Thursday, April 22, 2021. As well, I would like to thank the Speakers for their excellent presentations. The topics granted, are complicated and challenging. It was for these reasons, I wanted to share with you the understanding of the various Planning processes.
My intent on hosting these Speakers Series is to provide an opportunity for everyone across the Ward to be brought up to date, have your input, and address concerns on the various topics in each session.
Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation from all three (3) Speakers, which I hope you will take the time to review. Any questions, concerns etc., please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Additional Speakers Series sessions will be forthcoming, and I hope you will be able to join me.
Thank you again.
Councillor Dasko would like to pass along some information to your neighbours.
To encourage residents to celebrate Earth Days at home while continuing to support the City’s One Million Trees initiative, Forestry is giving away 500 trees to residents to plant on their private property this spring!
Beginning on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22 at 5 p.m., residents can log on to onemilliontrees.eventbrite.com to register to receive a free tree of their choice from an inventory of 250 trees. An additional 250 trees will become available on Wednesday, May 5 for anyone who was unable to claim a tree during the first offering.
Trees will be delivered to residents’ homes during the month of May and delivery information and planting instructions will be provided closer to the time of delivery.
Provide Your Input on the Development of the City’s Urban Agriculture Strategy
The City of Mississauga is looking for input on the development of an Urban Agriculture Strategy through an online survey launching today. The strategy will help identify the City’s role in supporting efforts to increase urban-scale food production across Mississauga.
Urban agriculture is the practice of growing, processing, sharing and distributing food within the city. Examples of urban agriculture can include growing fruits, herbs and vegetables, nurturing pollinator habitats and selling artisanal products.
The strategy will help Mississauga mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change by enhancing community-level resilience and preparedness. It will also provide opportunities for the City to encourage healthier lifestyles, empower residents to learn new skills about growing and harvesting produce and support local businesses to develop ties to urban agriculture.
Online Survey Details
An online survey to gather input on priorities for the City’s Urban Agriculture Strategy.
· Mississauga residents
· School boards
· Community partners
· Gardeners and food growers
· Community groups
· Mississauga BIAs
· Stakeholder groups (e.g., farmers, agriculture businesses, food banks)
· Anyone who works, plays or lives in Mississauga
The survey is online.
Deadline to complete the survey is Sunday, May 9, 2021.
The development of the Urban Agriculture Strategy will be a collaborative effort, informed by community consultation. It will include public outreach, opportunities for community input and feedback, survey data and research.
Learn more about the Urban Agriculture Strategy and take the survey: mississauga.ca/homegrown.
The Region of Peel, including Mississauga, remains under Shutdown and Stay-at-Home Orders until at least March 8. Please continue to follow all health and safety advice.
15,000 Additional People
19 Low Rise Residential Buildings
15 Mid Rise Residential Buildings
17 Skyscrapers: up to 40 Stories Tall
3 Low Rise Commercial
What are your thoughts?
WE WANT YOUR INPUT ON THE PLAN DIXIE RE-DEVELOPMENT
Please visit: https://surveymonkey.com/r/Neighbourhood_Survey
MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!
Survey Closes Monday March 8th at 11pm
Email from the Toronto Golf Club to OHHA President …
Good morning Tonya,
I just wanted to provide you with an update on winter access to The Toronto Golf Club so you can advise the OHHA members…
As you know, access to the Club property remains closed from Monday to Friday for the month of February due to course tree work and construction that is ongoing. The length of this closure will depend on weather conditions (ground frost) and how the work progresses.
Beginning this weekend, only local pedestrians will be allowed access to the grounds for the weekends. No public vehicles will be permitted to enter the property from Dixie Road.
Due to the overwhelming number of vehicles that have been coming into the property over the past two weekends, we have no choice but to restrict public vehicular access for safety purposes. Our main entrance is our fire route and we feel emergency access is being restricted with the large number of vehicles that are parked on the entrance route and surrounding area.
Thank you for sharing this announcement with your members!
John W. Gravett
Chief Operating Officer
The Toronto Golf Club
1305 Dixie Road, Mississauga, ON L5E 2P5
Tel: 905-278-5255 x224