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About TOPCA

WHERE:  Port Credit is an historic port community, and an authentic village, within the urban context of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.  Our population is 11,500 in a city of over 734,000.

WHO:  The Town of Port Credit Association (TOPCA) is the municipally recognized residents' association for the entire Port Credit District, located in Ward 1.  TOPCA is an all-volunteer, non-profit group and we appreciate our MEMBERSHIP support to help us continue our activities.  We are affiliated with the City of Mississauga through the Community Group Support Program.

WHY:  The Town of Port Credit Association (TOPCA) was started in November 2006 with a view to foster open discussion on issues of importance to Port Credit residents, and to be a representative voice for our views with the City of Mississauga and other levels of government.

OUR MISSION: 
A VOICE FOR ALL WHO LIVE OR WORK IN PORT CREDIT
FROM SENECA TO SHAWNMARR, SOUTH OF CNR

GOAL: 
To enhance our village ambience and keep Port Credit a vibrant place to live, work, shop, dine and play. 
 
WEBSITE:  TOPCA's website is maintained as a resource for community and citizen-oriented information that affects all Port Credit residents. 

CONSTITUTION:  Click to view our CONSTITUTION as lodged with the City.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What is a ratepayers’ or residents’ association?

A:  Such associations are recognized by the City as speaking for a group of residents with common interests, within defined boundaries.  These associations receive regular communications from their Councillor in order that members are well-informed on issues in their area.

Q:  Why should I belong to a residents' association?

A:  As citizens we have the responsibility to speak up on issues that concern us.  Ratepayer or residents’ groups enable us to speak collectively, the better to be heard by those who make the decisions at City Council.  Even if you don’t wish to be an active member, you can lend support simply by joining or donating.