Planning and Acting for a Greener Cooksville Neighbourhood

The Cooksville Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) is a plan being developed with your community to make Cooksville Creek and the surrounding neighbourhood healthier and ready for a changing climate.

Your Neighbourhood Action Plan

The Cooksville Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) will be developed from fall 2023 through to the end of 2024 in collaboration amongst: 

  • Local residents, businesses, community partners, and leaders 
  • Credit Valley Conservation 
  • City of Mississauga 
  • Region of Peel 

Community engagement for the project will begin in the fall of 2023. If you live, work or play in the neighbourhood, we want to hear from you. See our list of upcoming events for opportunities to get involved.

If you live, work, or play in the neighbourhood, we want to hear from you!

Please take 5-7 minutes to fill out the online Cooksville SNAP Community Survey.

The information you provide in this survey will be used to understand what matters most to local residents and the community and lay the foundation for developing an action plan. We will share the recommended actions with you in 2024 to confirm or adjust the plan.

Complete the survey by December 14, for a chance to win one of five $50 gift cards gift cards to Food Basics, FreshCo,, Presto or Tim Horton’s. Full contest rules available at cvc.ca/ContestRules

About the Neighbourhood

The area of focus for the Cooksville Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) is an established neighbourhood spanning over 300 hectares along Cooksville Creek in south central Mississsauga. 

It is situated south of Canadian Pacific Railway Line to Queen Elizabeth Way Highway and between Confederation Parkway and Cliff Road. 

It’s home to nearly 28,000 people living in blocks of single family and semi-detached houses, townhomes and high-rise buildings. 

The area includes: 

  • Residential areas 
  • Commercial areas 
  • Schools 
  • Places of worship 
  • Transit hubs 
  • Neighbourhood parks and gardens 
  • Community gathering spaces 
  • A network of valleyland along Cooksville Creek 

As a mature urban area, it presents: 

  • Natural areas and community assets that we can protect and enhance 
  • A lively and active community ready to engage in climate action 
  • Many opportunities for environmental restoration and retrofit 

Project Partners

Credit Valley Conservation, inspired by nature.
Mississauga
Region of Peel. Working for you.

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