How To Register

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How To Register

Register early!

For a complete list of classes offered by the City of Mississauga, visit activemississauga.ca

Register In Person

Cash, debit or credit cards accepted at your local community centre or the Customer Service Centre at the Central Library

301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W.
L5B 3Y3,
open week-days 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Register Online

  • Go to activemississauga.ca
  • Have your Family PIN, Client PIN and Barcode number ready (if you don't have a PIN or barcode, see below)
  • Pay using American Express, MasterCard or Visa
  • Print your receipt

Obtaining Your Pin & Barcode

First time users will require a family Personal Identification Number (PIN) and a Client Barcode.

There is only one Personal Identification Number (PIN) shared by your family members that allows you to log into the system. Keep your PIN confidential. It can be changed by going to MY ACCOUNT once you are signed in. Every family member is also assigned an individual (client) barcode that identifies them to the system.

Class registration must meet a minimum to run a course or it will be cancelled one week before the start date. The City of Mississauga reserves the right to adjust prices listed without notice.

Contact Us
For more information contact:
Customer Service
905-615-4100

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