UPDATED September 23, 2016: This work has been delayed and should begin in late September or early October; work will move with northern streets and move south. UPDATED December 2, 2016: This work has been delayed a second time, but is set to begin any day. Read the official Public Notice from the Region of […]

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Thanks to very cooperative weather the construction and expansion of Hillside Public School is progressing and the school is expected to open on schedule this September with around 550 students for the start of the school year. All onsite demolition work has been completed and services such as water, electricity, gas, site drainage, and water […]

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On March 24, 2015 there was a presentation by Brent Patterson of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry at the Clarkson Community Centre regarding coyotes in Mississauga and Park Royal. According to the manager of Animal Services of the City of Mississauga there have been a total of 152 reports of coyotes from January […]

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In partnership, the Park Royal Community Association, Clarkson Secondary School and the Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) have created two bird houses for species local to the Park Royal area. Students at Clarkson Secondary were keen to earn their volunteer community service hours with this project by building the houses. The PRCA provided the materials and […]

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PRCA members were invited in August to view the plans for the extension of the Hillside Sr Public School and to provide feedback on the application to the City’s Planning Department. During the review, it was noted that there was a well established Butterfly Garden on the school property. A local resident, Darlene Jaworski wanted […]

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In a joint project with the PRCA, Clarkson Secondary School woodshop students will eagerly turn their skills to making houses for birds. The PRCA will cover the cost of the materials and will provide valued student community service hours as part of the program. Specifications for the bird houses were provided by the Credit Valley […]

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In order to maintain the early history of the Park Royal community, residents are welcome to contribute early neighbourhood photos, diagrams of the original land development, or other mementos. The Park Royal Community Association (PRCA) Board is working with Heritage Mississauga to develop a heritage program for the Park Royal community. Your contribution would be […]

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