John D. Rogers & Associates Inc. is a firm of consulting planners specializing in the planning and development field providing a wide range of services to both the public and private sector. With corporate head office in the City of Mississauga for the past 40 years, the company has developed its expertise in the land use and urban design planning. A multiplicity of projects have been successfully carried out to meet the needs of a varied and diverse clientele across the Greater Toronto Area and in many cases, much further afield to United Arab Emirates, the United States, Northern Ontario, ect. These Projects encompass a variety of tasks including Official Plans, Rezoning Applications, Plans of Subdivision, Secondary/District Plans, Site Plans, Minor Variance and Consent Applications and Ontario Municipal Board Hearings.

About Us



Building New-look “LEED” Gold Village, Mississauga Business Times, Dec 2012  





These Firms Helped to Grow Mississauga, Mississauga Business Times, Sept 2012





HOOP Invests $300M in City’s ACC Park, Mississauga Business Times. Jan 2012





Selling the Farm Might Insure Our Future, Mississauga Business Times, Jun 2010

Newspaper Articles

John Rogers has been very active over the years through his involvement with many local charities, sports organizations, non-profit organizations. His extensive volunteer work was first recognized in receiving the Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of Confederation, Arbor Award from the University of Toronto, Mississauga's Citizen of the Year in 1998 and most recent, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. Currently, John is serving as a member of the Region of Peel Police Services Board




Community Service Awards

  • Canada 125th Anniversary Medal in recognition of significant contribution to Compatriots, Community and Canada

  • Arbor Award - University of Toronto @ Mississauga  Outstanding Voluntary Service to University of Toronto

  • Mississauga Citizen of the Year

  • Mississauga Civic Award, 10 years, Director, Living Arts Centre

  • Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in Recognition of Contribution to Canada