Statement of Interest Form

The Community Group Registry Program is designed to support not-for-profit community groups and organizations who are governed by a Volunteer Board and provide programs, services and activities that are of benefit to and valued by Mississauga Residents.

Submitted Statement of Interests to the Community Group Registry Program take approximately 4-6 weeks to process.

Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of Section 11 (279) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O.2001c.25. The information will be used for the administration of the City of Mississauga Recreation and Parks programs and will also be used for business you may conduct with the City relating to obtaining park/licenses and the rental of City facilities. Questions about this collection should be directed to Community Group Registry Program Administrator, Community Services, 201 City Centre Drive, Suite 900, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 2T4, and Telephone 905-615-3200, ext. 3407

The following groups/organizations are ineligible for the program:
To promote a for-profit professional association or business opportunity; In conflict with the values, goals and objectives of the City as demonstrated by the City’s decisions, actions, plans, by-laws, policies, programs or otherwise; To further the aims of a political party, promote a political doctrine or persuade the public to adopt a particular view on a social question or issue

Policy Definitions
Member” means a Member of a group with voting rights as determined by by-laws or operating guidelines.  

Registered Participant” means a child/youth/adult who is a participant or registrant in the group's programs - free or paid. If you are a social service organization this will be the number of Clients you serve. If you are a religious organization, this will be the number of worshipers you have.  

Mississauga Resident” is any individual who has a principal address or is a student living on campus or is the principal owner of a business, in Mississauga.

Not-for-Profits” provide opportunities that benefit communities while governed by a Volunteer Board and do not generate revenue to be distributed amongst its Members but to be turned back into the organization.
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