Phase one examined large-scale neighbourhood and transportation route landscapes, while phase two will look at smaller scale cultural heritage landscapes. In order to have a more complete picture of the City’s culture and heritage, Mississauga protects landscapes that residents consider to be significant. Heritage landscapes contribute to complete communities by giving areas of the city a sense of its past, present and future.
Residents are invited to attend a workshop on September 19 to comment and share their ideas on different heritage landscapes in the following areas:
· Farms and estates
· Industrial landscapes
· Parks and open spaces
· Campuses and golf courses
Can’t attend the workshop? Get involved by taking the online survey.
Thursday, September 19, 2019, 7 – 9 p.m.
Burnhamthorpe Community Centre (Fleetwood Village Room) 1500 Gulleden Dr.
If taking transit, plan your trip with MiWay at miway.ca/planatrip.
For more information about the Cultural Heritage Landscapes Project, visit mississaugaculture.ca/chl.