Heritage Mississauga has undertaken several interpretive panel projects throughout the City of Mississauga. The plaques begin as comprehensive special research projects which document the history of a specific part of the Mississauga’s heritage.
Completed projects include:
- Cooksville Brickyard (located in Brickyard Park on Clayhill Road),
- Cooksville (located in the Cooksville Branch Library),
- Port Credit Memorial Park,
- Lawrence Starch Company (along the Waterfront Trail at St. Lawrence Park),
- Osprey Marsh (along the Osprey Marsh Trail, near Britannia Road and Ninth Line),
- Wildwood Park (in Paul Coffey Park in Malton),
- Barberton (along the Culham Trail at Barbertown Road),
- Dunn Park (near Erin Mills Parkway and Rogers Road),
- War of 1812 cemetery commemoration series,
- Lakeside Park,
- Windinglane Bird Sanctuary,
- Sacred Garden,
- Honouring the Chiefs at the Credit River near J.J. Plaus Park,
- Village of Streetsville,
- Erindale Park, and more!
Additionally, we participate in providing information and text for many trailhead signs for the extensive recreational trails throughout Mississauga.
Contact Heritage Mississauga for more information.