Virtual Community Workshop To Be Held For Study Of Mississauga Lakeshore East Corridor

Lakeview has few seniors’ facilities and housing, and as more people retire there will be a demand for more. Pic: Lakeview Area Plan, City of Mississauga.

MISSISSAUGA: In response to public interest, an additional session of the Lakeshore East Corridor Study virtual community workshop will take place on Tuesday, May 11.

This new workshop date is in addition to those held on May 4 and 5. The format and content is the same for all sessions. Participants can register for the date that suits them best.

These virtual community workshops include:
• Presentation by urban design expert Harold Madi, highlighting best practices for main street corridors and livability

• City planning staff project update

• Small group discussions

• Opportunity for public feedback The presentation portions of the workshop will be recorded and can be viewed following the sessions, for anyone unable to attend. Feedback can be provided on the project engagement site. Workshops take place on Tuesday, May 4; Wednesday, May 5; and Tuesday, May 11 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Heritage sites like Cawthra-Elliot Estate (left) and Lakeview Park School (right) give a glimpse of Lakeview’s past.
Pic: Lakeview Area Plan, City of Mississauga.

Who can attend:
• Mississauga residents
• Business owners/property owners
• Members of Council and City staff

Registered participants will receive meeting instructions and additional background materials. The goal of the study is to review the planning policy framework that will guide future development along the corridor. More information about the study can be found here.

The study covers the frontage properties along Lakeshore Road East between Seneca Avenue and Etobicoke Creek.

The Lakeview Village Master Plan (former Ontario Power Generation site) is not part of this study as it is going through a separate planning application process.


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