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Please be advised that the City’s building division is currently reviewing building permit applications for single family dwellings that have been assigned permit numbers on or before the 31ST of OCTOBER 2022. For small permits (detached garages, swimming pools,...
Tomorrow, January 27 is a Pro D Day, spend it at the Leisure Centre! Swim: 10am-3:00pm Drop-in welcome. Includes access to all pools, rope swing, vortex, pool toys. There will be 1-2 lanes for length swimming. $1 - children, $2 - youth, regular admission for...
Unfortunately the Sauna elements were damaged from water being poured on them and new elements have been ordered and will be eventually replaced. The Sauna is meant to be a Dry Sauna, please do not pour any amount of water on the rocks. We will update this post once...
Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture offers two Spring Break Day Camp options for children ages 5-12 years (5 years olds must be currently attending kindergarten to register in camp) . The weeklong camps will be filled with themed activities, crafts, sports,...
The toilet rebate program ended in 2022. Here are the changes to the way toilets are now disposed of: The Mission Recycling Depot no longer accepts toilets The Abbotsford Mission Recycling Depot will accept toilets for free as part of a pilot recycling program. Fees...
A Public Hearing to consider the following proposed bylaws will take place on Monday, February 6, 2023 at 6:00 pm. This hearing may be viewed and heard in person at Municipal Hall, 8645 Stave Lake Street, Mission, and on the City’s livestream webcast. Any person who...
Target hardening enhances the security of buildings under construction by making it a more difficult, and less attractive target. Developers that use target hardening to reduce or eliminate weaknesses and other vulnerabilities can lower the chance of an attack or...
Winter Weather Events
Winter weather information, including snow routes, winter weather tips and “Report an Issue” can be found on our Snow and Ice Page.
Indigenous Relations in Mission
The City of Mission is committed to reconciliation with First Nations communities and peoples and will work to ensure that its activities, initiatives, and partnerships reflect the intent of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP), and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action.
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