The City of Mississauga has won numerous awards for various initiatives, services and programs. These awards recognize the efforts, excellence, commitment and achievements of the City and it’s employees and reflect our values of trust, quality and excellence.
The City received two awards recognizing excellence in financial reporting: the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting for the 2018 Financial Report and the Popular Annual Financial Reporting Award for the 2018 Financial Report Highlights.
The City was recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators Toronto (IABC) for the planning and execution of the She the North Rally, which included teams from the Mayor’s Office, Culture, Strategic Communications, and Facilities and Property Management.
This award recognizes the City’s teamwork and implementation of the She The North Rally Event led by the Mayor’s Office and supported by Culture, Strategic Communications, and Facilities and Property Management.
Forbes, in collaboration with analytics firm Statista, selected Canada’s Best Employers 2020 based on an independent survey of more than 8,000 employees working for companies employing at least 500 people in Canada.
Silvia, Manager of Security Services, received these awards from the Canadian Security Magazine for her work in transforming the City’s security division.
The City has won this award from Ontario’s leading electric and gas companies. It recognizes excellence in energy conservation and innovation.
The Energy Management Team won this award from the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) for their effort and dedication in creating a more sustainable and energy efficient workplace.
Daniela, Manager. Energy Management, received this award from the Association of Energy Engineers for her outstanding accomplishments in promoting energy engineering.
These awards from the Ontario Public Works Association (OPWA) recognizes three construction projects completed in 2018.
Mary, recently retired City solicitor, received this award from the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) for raising the organization’s profile in the professional community.
Karen Flores and Catherine Nguyen-Pham from the Strategic Communications Division were recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators Toronto (IABC).
Lindsay Francini and Lindsay Noronha from the Strategic Communications Division were recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators Toronto (IABC).
The City received a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for excellence in financial reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Canada also awarded the City with a Silver Leaf Award in the Government Communications Programs category.
The City received five awards from Foreign Direct Investment (fDi) Magazine, including being the overall winner for mid-sized City of the Future 2019/2021 in all of the Americas for strong economic performance.
This award from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) recognizes excellence in communicating information about Mississauga’s geographical attributes and market area prospects.
This certification from the International Organization for Standardization recognizes social, economic and environmental performance of municipalities across the world.
Awarded by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), it recognizes events that mark a significant occasion and show strategic alignment, strong creative process and measurable results.
This award from the Registered Graphic Design Association (RGDA) recognizes graphic design from around the world that focus on design for social good.
The AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Merit Award recognizes design excellence in buildings, bridges, tunnels, and mixed-use development.
The Leading Edge Group recognizes the City’s commitment to continuous improvement, including improving business processes and enhancing customer-focused thinking.
The Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) of Ontario recognizes the City’s partnership with University of Toronto Mississauga, Sheridan Collage and CANARIE to develop a free, secure wifi network for students and teachers.
The City has won this award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for 20 consecutive years, making Mississauga the longest running municipality in Ontario to achieve this honour.
This award from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) recognizes programs that address issues that may significantly impact the organization.
Hamish won this award from the Transportation Research Board (TRB) for his paper “Who Will Own and Have Proprietary Over Our Automated Future? Considering Governance of Ownership to Maximize Access, Efficiency and Equity in Cities.”
This international award from the Place Marketing Forum recognizes the best worldwide practices in the field of place marketing.
HIGH FIVE promotes quality standards for children’s sports and recreation programs. Mississauga is the largest city in Canada to achieve HIGH FIVE accreditation.
This award from Play Works recognizes the City’s outstanding commitment to providing youth opportunities to actively contribute to their community.
This award from Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) acknowledges the best in municipal leadership, festivals and event partnerships in Ontario.
This award from the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association (OMSSA) recognizes individuals or groups who have shown great leadership in improving accessibility in their city.
Mississauga Celebration Square was recognized as one of five national winners of the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessible Cities Award Circle of Excellence Venue.
This award from Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) Ontario is presented to organizations that have demonstrated advanced mapping services that enable publishing and sharing of geographic information.
The City jumped 25 spots on the index from 2015, landing in 15th place in 2016. This award recognizes Canadian cities that are moving toward open data maturity.
This award from the Canadian Forces Liaison Council (CFLC) honours employers who have gone above and beyond in their support for the Canadian Armed Forces including hiring reservists and providing leave to allow them to carry out part-time duties.
This award from the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) recognized the Credit River Active Transportation Crossings study which recommended bridge designs for two new crossings over the QEW and the Credit River.
Facilities including Mavis Yard, Meadowvale Yard, Malton Yard and Clarkson Yard received awards which recognize excellence in environmental consciousness in the management, storage and application of winter road salt.
Inspiration Port Credit won this award from the Canadian Brownfields Network recognizes the rehabilitation efforts of brownfield sites in Canada. Brownfields are former industrial sites that are vacant or underused.