Ninth Line Development

The Churchill Meadows Residents Association (CMRA) is seeking feedback and input from residents on the development of largely vacant lands west of Ninth Line. In order to represent the views of our community, we appreciate you taking the time to read the following paragraph and respond to a short survey on this topic.

The City of Mississauga has been involved in a lengthy process of determining the best “land use” for the Ninth Line lands, a 865 acre strip of land between Ninth Line and Highway 407 stretching from Eglinton Avenue in the south to Highway 401 in the north. This process involves many studies, many stakeholders and organizations, many restrictions and many opportunities. And it can be confusing at times. As the CMRA, we have given careful consideration to what the City is proposing and are now also coming to you for your valuable input.  There is a lot to consider – we’ve listed a few thoughts we’ve had to help get you started as you think about development of these lands:

  • The Province has mandated a certain minimum density (people per hectare and jobs per hectare) for all new development and the City is required to meet those growth targets.
  • The lands include flood plain that must be considered for both new and existing residents.
  • More people means more strain on services and amenities (schools, roads, hospital wait times, etc.)
  • More people and businesses means more tax dollars to pay for existing and new services.
  • Development can provide new amenities and job opportunities close to home.
  • Higher density will be supported by enhanced public transit service.
  • Development of some kind is inevitable on these lands; what kind of development do we want and where do we want it?
  • With Development comes the opportunity for community benefits, through infrastructure upgrades, through Section 37 of the Planning Act

Perhaps you have been a part of one or more of the many public engagements sessions hosted by the City and Councillor Sue McFadden on this project. Whether you have or haven’t, this is one more opportunity to let your voice be heard through your residents association.

Thank you for your time and feedback and as a token of our appreciation, survey respondents will be entered into a draw to win two free adult movie passes.

Welcome to your Ninth Line Survey

The land east of the 407, west of the Ninth Line, North of Eglinton and South of the 401 were transferred to the City of Mississauga in 2010. Were you aware that these lands will be developed?
Over the past few years, the City and the region have held a number of town hall meetings in order to inform and get feedback from the public. Have you attended one or more of these meetings?
Have you looked at the City’s Shaping the Ninth Line web page?
If you selected “Yes” to the above question, what is your current feeling towards the proposed city plans for the Ninth Line Development?
Do you know what section 37 of the planning act is and how it can benefit our community?
Do you believe this development will impact your experience living in Churchill Meadows?
Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden established a Ninth Line Advisory Committee comprised of representatives of local residents associations to provide a forum for communication regarding matters related to the Ninth Line Development. The CMRA sits on this committee. Which topics would you like to see us focus on:
What kind of community benefits would you like to see within our community? Ex: Parks, Benches, Hiking Trails, etc
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Thank you for your feedback.

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