Ward 2

Pat Mullin, Councillor Ward 2

June 28, 2022,

Dear Ward 2 Residents,

As you may be aware, I have been appointed Interim Councillor for the Ward 2 office until the next election, where you will be voting for your new Councillor on Monday October 24th, 2022.

I served as the Councillor for the Ward 2 area for 29 years before choosing not to run again in the 2014 municipal election. During my time as City and Regional Councillor, I held the position of Chair of the Region of Peel’s Finance and Budget committees, served as Chair of the Peel Police Services Board and as Chair of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority. I also was a member of a number of boards and committees in the City, including the Bradley House Museum, the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee and the Benares Museum.

Pat Mullin, Councillor Ward 2

Photo Courtesy of CVC:  Waterfront Trail overlooking the marsh in summer

Recent Ward 2 Updates

I am very pleased to bring you this information blog, which I hope you will find interesting and informative. 

Region of Peel Watermain Project – South Sheridan Way Road Closure

Attached is the Road Closure Notice for watermain replacement on South Sheridan Way between Gallant Drive and Tridom Court. The road closure is expected to begin July 5 – August 31, 2022. For more details, visit the Region of Peel website. Receive timely project updates right to your inbox by signing up for e-notices at peelregion.ca/construction

Ping! Report a Problem Using Pingstreet – a Free Mobile App

If you have noticed long grass that needs cutting, litter, graffiti or washroom facilities not functioning properly in one of our parks, you now can report these issues and many more using Pingstreet – a free mobile app. You can use a smartphone or tablet to report these issues quickly and efficiently. For more information, […]

LDD Aerial Spray Update

Residents will be able to enjoy their yard this summer without the effects of the LDD caterpillars, but also the trees will be better protected from the damaging defoliation they can cause. Trees play a critical role in fighting climate change and making Mississauga a livable city. They protect us by improving air quality, reducing […]

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