Our Smart City projects improve services, foster open government, make data more accessible and enable research-based decisions.
Mississauga is a Smart City
Mississauga is committed to engaging the community, citizens and industry leaders in our Smart City journey.
A Smart City is a municipality that uses data and communication technologies to create sustainable economic development, increase operational efficiency, improve the quality of government services and make improvements to community life.
To learn more about the City of Mississauga and our vision for the future watch the City brand video.
The City of Mississauga has been recognized for its advancements in Smart City initiatives including free public Wi-Fi, open data, hackathons, fibre network, Advance Traffic Management, LED Lighting, mobility, online services, mobile apps and social media. In addition, Mississauga has connected City Services such as building automation, snow ploughs, the works fleet, transit and fire.
Here’s how we’ve been using smart technologies to build a 21st century city:
Creating a Connected City
Mississauga is home to the largest municipally owned fibre optic network in Canada. Over 800 kilometres of fibre connect over 290+ sites across the city.
Fostering Digital Inclusion
Free wireless internet access in community facilitates and public spaces, with more locations under review.
Supporting Innovation & Ideation
The City of Mississauga currently has over 100 data sets available on our Open Data Catalogue.
A Virtual City Campus
Mississauga is the first Canadian city to make eduroam available to its student population, creating a virtual campus using the City’s free public Wi-Fi network.
Engaging Youth and Tech Community
The City is dedicated to helping to engaging youth and building a strong tech community by supporting events like Tech and the City.
Mobile and Digital Transformation
The City prides itself on our online service delivery such as tax self-service, license renewals and recreation program registration.
“We want to continue to look for opportunities to positively improve the quality of life for residents. By investing in new and emerging technologies, we can create a city that is more inclusive and focuses on achieving outcomes that align with our existing master plans and Strategic Plan.”
Janice Baker, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer, City of Mississauga
“Through public engagement sessions, feedback received online and consultation with community partners, we’ve identified a need to support youth, newcomers and those at risk in our community within the submission. Our plan fosters economic and social resilience by providing equitable access to technology.”
Shawn Slack, Director of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
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