Safety and Security

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Our ice rink is back this year, thanks to volunteers in the neighbourhood taking on the initiative to build and maintain it for our community.  As many of you know anyone tasked with creating an ice rink, particularly one this size, are at the mercy of the weather and cooperation from our community.  We have been informed by the Ice Rink Making Team, that recent flooding efforts were disrupted after it was walked all over early Saturday morning.   This has resulted in a delay in having the rink ready for all the community to use and enjoy.  Ice skating will be a welcome treat, especially with what we've endured these last several months!

Please stay off the ice rink until it is safe and ready to use. We will inform you through our social media channels and website.

Please let you fellow neighbours know to stay off the ice rink while it's being prepared.   If you see anyone traversing the ice rink while it's still being prepared, consider letting them know that it's not safe and damage will only delay its readiness.

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A new law came into effect earlier this month designed to protect consumers from some door-to-door sales solitcitors. As of March 1, 2018, Ontario laws ban unsolicited, door-to-door sales of certain household appliances to better protect consumers from aggressive and misleading contracting at home.

The new rules will apply to:

  • Air cleaners
  • Air conditioners
  • Air purifiers
  • Duct cleaning services
  • Furnaces
  • Water filters
  • Water heaters
  • Water purifiers
  • Water softeners
  • Water treatment devices
  • Bundles of these goods and services

For additional information, please visit the Goverment of Ontario website at these links:

Goverrnment of Ontatio News

Know your rights about door-to-door contracts


We were pleased with the turnout of the Security Fair last month.  Thanks to Constable Cannon for presenting the subject of Home Security to attendees, where she shared some informative tips to help make our homes safer.

Thanks as well to our vendors for sharing information about their products and services

And a final thank you to St. Luke School for co-hosting this event.    If you attended the Security Fair, we’d love to know what you thought about it.  


The Lorne Park Watercolours Residents’ Association together with St. Luke School are pleased to present a Security Fair featuring a presentation from the Peel Regional Police’s Crime Prevention Unit. The focus of the 45 minute presentation will be on Home Security. 


Due to a double booking by Peel District School Board, the location of the COYOTE INFORMATION NIGHT has been relocated to a new venue.   The Board has provided an alternate location:

Event Date:  October 4, 2017 | 6:30 - 8:00pm
New Location:  Hillside Middle School (gymnasium) - 1290 Kelly Road Mississauga

The presentation is by Dr. Brent Patterson, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.  He is a foremost expert on coyotes in Ontario and you should find his presentation informative. Staff from Animal Services will also be in attendance to answer your questions.

Other Events: Cankerworm & Gypsy Moth Workshops & Ward 2: Upcoming Meetings and Events

Watercolours is one of the safest communities in Mississauga, in part, because of our strong sense of community involvement, awareness of safety issues and information sharing tools.

Now that school is back and more children are roaming the neighbourhood, the importance of obeying speed limits and stop signs cannot be stressed enough.

Please note that Gear Shift Productions Inc will be filming interior scenes for a TV commercial “Hatchimals” at 622 Canyon Street on:

August 12 from 7:00am – 10:00pm

A permit has been issued to allow parking on:
One side of Canyon St from Infinity St to Gladwyne Crt/ Sienna St/ Vermillion Crt (no parking within 15m of the intersection and through the curves)

Watercolours is one of the safest communities in Mississauga, in part, because of our strong sense of community involvement, awareness of safety issues and information sharing tools. To that end, we are sharing the following information, in an effort to make our neighbourhood safer:

We were informed of a number of break-ins, the details of which we hope you find useful.

Please note that there will be filming of exterior scenes for an upcoming TV pilot currently entitled "Incorporated" for the SyFy Channel. "Incorporated" is an espionage thriller set in the future.

Filming will be on August 18, 2015 | 7:00am until 11:00pm

A temporary road closure has been permitted on Cobalt St from Indian Road to Canyon St between the hours of 9:00am – 3:00pm only. Peel Regional Police will be on site at all times to assist with road closure and traffic control.

Learn about coyotes in Mississauga, how to keep pets safe and what you can do to prevent conflicts with wildlife

Tuesday March 24, 2015
7:00 - 9:00pm
Clarkson Community Centre
2475 Truscott Road, Mississauga

For more information:
Call Animal Services: 9005-896-5858 or Click: