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Service Delivery Areas (SDAs) are geographies intended to support service planning and delivery by providing service providers with data that is relevant to the local geographies they serve. SDAs are comprised of census dissemination areas (the smallest standard geography for census data) and have varying population thresholds for each municipality.

Category: Regional Geography
Group Name: Service Delivery Areas
Data Steward: Region of Peel, Service Innovation, Information & Technology Department, Information Management Division
Data Custodian: Service Innovation, Information & Technology Department, Information Management Division, Peel Data Centre
Data Currency Comments: Last update: May, 2011
Data Accuracy Comments: SDAs were primarily drafted based on homogeneous socioeconomic census characteristics and broad-based consultations with service providers across Peel Region. Population thresholds (Mississauga - 20,000, Brampton - 15,000 and Caledon - 5,000), as well as, natural, street, and dissemination area (DA) boundaries were also used. These SDAs obey 2006 DA boundaries.

A total of 71 SDAs were identified: 32 SDAs in Mississauga, 30 SDAs in Brampton and 9 SDAs in Caledon.

Modified in 2011 to reflect boundary changes to the Ninth Line Lands and adjustments to the general municipal boundary.
Geographic Coverage: Peel Region
Coordinate System: Projected coordinate system: NAD 1983 UTM Zone 17N, Geographic coordinate system: GCS North American 1983
Further Information: Peel Data Centre

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