Category Archives: Lakeview

Love Waterfront Parks? Help the City Design the New Lakeview Village Waterfront Parkland 

The City of Mississauga is seeking public feedback, through an online survey, about parkland within the Lakeview Village Waterfront Development. Residents are invited to have their say on park programming and proposed amenities within the parks.Residents have until Thursday, December 9, 2021, to complete the survey. The feedback collected will be used to inform the park design and development.

The Lakeview Village Waterfront Development is a 177-acre mixed-use waterfront development on the eastern edge of Mississauga. The waterfront property will have a significant amount of parkland that includes a planned waterfront park connecting Lakefront Promenade Park to the west and the Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area to the east. The parks will also provide new opportunities to connect with Lake Ontario. 

Online Survey Details

An online survey to gather resident feedback about parkland within the Lakeview Village Waterfront Development area.


·         Mississauga park users

·         Mississauga residents/business owners

·         Sports groups

·         Community groups

·         Stakeholder groups

·         Ratepayers groups

·         Anyone who works, plays or lives in Mississauga

·         Individuals who are interested in the Lakeview Village Waterfront Development

The online survey can be found at The deadline to complete the survey is Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

For more information about the proposed Lakeview Village Waterfront Development parks, or email

Lakeview Village Development Passes Another Milestone With Development Approval

Today, Mississauga Council endorsed the Lakeview Development Recommendation Report, reaching an important milestone inthe development of the 177-acre site, formerly the Lakeview Power Generating Station lands, located in Mississauga’s Lakeview community. The staff report supports the draft plan of subdivision, rezoning and Official Plan amendment applications, and establishes the land uses for the site.

“We’re one step closer to transforming our waterfront into a world-class destination rivalling Stockholm, Chicago and San Francisco,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “Our waterfront will attract a new generation to Mississauga with liveable, walkable communities connecting the lakeshore from east to west. Parks, open spaces and easy access to the water have defined our vision. From a cultural district with spaces for artists to showcase their work, to an Innovation Corridor with over 9,000 highly-skilled jobs, the Lakeview Development will revitalize our city. Not only will it be an ideal place to live and work, it will also become a tourism destination with views like no other, boasting the longest pier on this side of Lake Ontario.”

Details of the plans:

·        8,050 residential units, including over 400 affordable units

·        180,000 sq. ft. of commercial space

·        67 acres of waterfront land dedicated to the City for parks, employment and cultural use

·        27 acres of overall parkland

·        Over 14 acres of employment lands

·        Projected up to 1.5 million sq. ft. of employment space

·        Over 5.5 kilometres of new bike lanes including a new waterfront trail connection

“This is an exciting day in Mississauga and a great step forward in bringing the lake back to Lakeview. I can only imagine how happy my dear friend Jim Tovey would have been to see this dynamic waterfront project coming to life,” said Ward 1 Councillor Stephen Dasko. “Thank you so much to the community for the time, energy and enthusiasm they have contributed to this collaborative process. There is still much more work to be done. Together, we will create a world class, complete and sustainable community that will define Mississauga for generations to come.”   

Today’s approval is the latest step in the multi-year project. In the next phase, Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCP) will be working through the City’s subdivision engineering process and submitting site plan applications for individual blocks within the development. Following LCP’s second engineering submission to the City for review, which is proposed for May 2022, approximate time lines could see servicing going into the ground in summer 2022 with construction beginning in fall 2022.  

Public consultation will continue throughout the process. Currently, the City is seeking feedback on proposed parks in Lakeview Village. An online survey is available until December 9, 2021. The feedback collected from the survey will help inform the park planning process.

“The proposed development fulfills our vision for a vibrant, green, mixed-use waterfront community,” said Paul Mitcham, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer. “It will bring residents, jobs and visitors to what will become a dynamic area of the city. With Lakeview and developments across the city, we are moving forward, building a beautiful global and sustainable city with economic and cultural opportunities, active transportation and transit options as well as great public spaces that together are creating strong and connected communities.”

The Lakeview Waterfront is one of Mississauga’s three key redevelopment waterfront projects along with Port Credit West Village and 1 Port Street. To watch the Planning presentation at the November 8, 2021 Planning and Development Committee, visit the archived video link.

“I want to thank Lakeview Community Partners (LCP) for working so closely with us to create this exceptional plan,” said Mayor Crombie. “A development of this magnitude would not be possible without the commitment of LCP to our vision. I also want to thank the Lakeview community for its participation and support. From what began as Inspiration Lakeview in 2010 with the late Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey, to the phenomenal plans we see today, this could not have happened without your commitment to build an ideal community on the water.”

More information on the project can be found at


The draft recommendations of the Lakeshore East Corridor Study will be presented atPlanning and Development Committee (PDC) on Monday, November 15 as part of a public information meeting. The study examines urban design and policy directions to manage growth along the Lakeshore East Corridor. Public engagement has been an important part of the study. Feedback from area residents and stakeholders has been considered in the draft recommendations.


Public information meeting to review draft recommendations from the Lakeshore East Corridor Study.


Planning and Development Committee

November 15, 2021 at 6 p.m.


·        Mississauga residents

·        Business and property owners

·        Members of Planning and Development Committee

·        City staff

How to Participate Virtually or In Person:

Advance registration is required to participate in person and/or make a comment in the virtual public meeting. Please email no later than Friday, November 12, 2021 at 4 p.m. Any materials you wish to show the Committee during your presentation must be provided as an attachment to the email. Links to cloud services will not be accepted. You will be provided with directions on how to participate from Clerks’ staff.

How to Participate Via Telephone:

Residents without access to the internet, via computer, smartphone or tablet, can participate and/or make a comment in the meeting via telephone. To register, please call Megan Piercey at 905-615-3200 ext. 4915 no later than Friday, November 12, 2021 at 4 p.m. You must provide your first and last name, phone number, and application number if you wish to speak to the Committee. You will be provided with directions on how to participate from Clerks’ staff.


The goal of the Lakeshore East Corridor Study has been to review the planning policy framework that will guide future development along the corridor. Virtual public consultation sessions were held throughout 2021. 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. It is undergoing a separate planning application process.

Map of the Study Area

For more information, refer to the related City studies: