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City of Mississauga 20m
Wearing a mask or face covering is required in indoor public spaces in as of today. The face covering or mask should cover your nose and mouth, and be secured under your chin. More safety tips:
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City of Mississauga 55m
A flood outlook is in effect for . Showers with possible risk of thunderstorms may begin today and continue through the weekend. Please stay away from all watercourses & keep an eye on children and pets. More info:
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City of Mississauga 2h
Replying to @72silky
Hi there, the City is not distributing masks. Homemade face coverings are acceptable.
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City of Mississauga 2h
Ready to play soccer again? We will begin issuing soccer field permits on July 13. You’ll be able to apply for a permit here:
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City of Mississauga 3h
Replying to @StyleMaximalist
Hi Dina, our community centres will only be opening for summer camp participants and staff with exclusive use on weekdays. At this time, community centres are not open for full public use.
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City of Mississauga 4h
Restaurant/bar owners with a valid 2020 business licence can now temporarily expand outdoor seating and dining areas to create a temporary patio. Establishments must still meet safety guidelines for patrons and staff. Learn more:
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City of Mississauga 5h
REMINDER: is still under an extended heat warning. Stay hydrated and cool by checking out one of our spray pads. During heat waves, hours are extended! Join us anytime from 9 a.m. – 11 p.m.. Learn more:
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City of Mississauga 5h
Replying to @WorldPeace_____
Hi Sid, if a person who is not exempt under the bylaw is identified as refusing to wear a face covering they can be issued an offence notice. Businesses that fail to have a face covering policy or fail to enforce that policy may also be charged with an offence.
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City of Mississauga 5h
Hi Seba, thanks for your question. You can access translated information and resources from online:
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City of Mississauga 5h
Replying to @Sparky7632
Hi there, exemptions to the bylaw respect those who aren't able to wear a face covering due to medical conditions or the inability remove a face covering without help. Those who are able are asked to do their part to reduce by wearing a face covering.
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Mississauga Culture Jul 9
This week, focuses on Art & Action! In today's project, make some action-packed art with fantastic foil sculptures! 🕺🏃‍♂️ Download instructions: Share your child's Aluminum Foil Action Sculpture and tag us on social media!
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City of Mississauga 6h
In response to , we're expanding our cycling network by 17.9 km and providing more options for cyclists & pedestrians that allow for , including Quiet Streets and temporary road closures. More info:
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City of Mississauga 7h
Our good friends will be able to assist with your inquiry.
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City of Mississauga 8h
It is now mandatory to wear a face covering in all indoor public spaces in . Face coverings have an important role to play in preventing the spread of . Thank you for doing your part to keep our community safe and healthy! More:
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Masks are one way to protect one another. Remember that all four actions are needed to stay healthy amidst COVID-19. Download a Core Four poster to share in your storefront or building entry.
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City of Mississauga Jul 9
Replying to @Ninjaroulette1
Thank you! We have informed our Parking Enforcement department.
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City of Mississauga Jul 9
It's important to remember that not everyone can wear a mask. Face coverings or masks should not be placed on or used by children age 2 or under, anyone who has trouble breathing & anyone who is unable to put on or remove a mask without assistance. More:
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City of Mississauga Jul 9
Hi John, the Province passed a law on March 19, 2020 that restricts a municipality’s power to regulate noise from the delivery of goods and services. This law is in effect until September 19, 2021
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City of Mississauga Jul 9
We have resumed enforcing on-street parking time limit offences, including 5 and 15 hour parking, as well as overnight parking restrictions (2 to 6 a.m.). Be aware of posted parking restrictions on-street and be mindful of when, where and how long you park your car.
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City of Mississauga Jul 9
To provide further assistance to hoteliers, Council has approved the deferral of the Municipal Accommodation Tax for the additional months of June to November, 2020. Penalty & interest charges are to be set to 0% from July 2 to December 31:
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