Ninth Line Corridor

A key priority for this term of Council is completing the studies, reviews, community engagement and land use planning with respect to the Ninth Line corridor so that the appropriate development can take place to ensure that this strip of land is an attractive gateway into the City of Mississauga from the west.

The Ninth Line corridor is bordered by NInth Line, Hwy 401 and Hwy 407 and at the Hwy 407/NInth Line crossover in the southern point. Most of it lies within the Ward 10 boundary. It consists of about 350 hectares (865 acres) of land—some of which is flood plain—with a mix of private and public owners. The City owns almost 25%. In 2010, the City of Mississauga and Region of Peel annexed the land from the Town of MIlton and Region of Halton.

I will be posting NInth Line corridor updates to this page as the process toward development continues.

 

The City of Mississauga has created a Ninth Line Lands Study web page with sections on maps, community feedback, reports and more. View it here: Ninth Line Lands Study.

Latest Ninth Line Corridor Updates

Public Meeting on Ninth Line

The statutory public meeting on the Ninth Line lands, as required by the Planning Act, is scheduled to be held during Planning and Development Committee meeting on Monday, Feb. 5, 2018 at 7 pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall - 300 City Centre Drive. This is the...

Report Coming to PDC

An information report is coming to the City’s Planning and Development Committee on December 4 where Councillors will hear from staff about the planning work being done for the Ninth Line lands and be asked to approve a recommendation to have a statutory public...

Region Approves Draft ROPA

On Thursday, October 26, a statutory Public Meeting was held by Regional Council for the Regional Official Plan Amendment (ROPA) to include the Ninth Line lands within the urban boundary of the Region of Peel. Members of the public were also able to view the proposed...

Shaping Ninth Line public open house

Come view the proposed land use plans for the Ninth Line lands. Staff from the City, Region and province will be on hand to answer questions and receive your feedback on what's being proposed for this corridor between Ninth Line and Highway 407 - the northwestern...

Shaping Ninth Line public sessions

More than 200 residents attended the Shaping Ninth Line public engagement sessions in early June. There were two sessions, the first at the Garry Morden Fire Training Centre and the second at Stephen Lewis Secondary School. Both meetings were similar in format,...

Public workshops on Ninth Line land use

Together with the City's Planning division, I am hosting two public engagement workshops to review and receive feedback on land use planning for the Ninth Line lands, the corridor between Ninth Line and Hwy. 407. The sessions - one in the north and one in the south -...

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