April 2018

Downtown Reimagined will bring an exciting transformation
The City of Brampton's Downtown Reimagined project has received the go-ahead from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. As part of creating a vibrant urban centre in downtown Brampton. This project will help create an aesthetically beautiful streetscape around the historic Four Corners. The new streetscape - from Mill Street to Chapel Street on Queen Street and Nelson Street to Wellington Street on Main Street - will bring together pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and transit in a safe and sustainable manner.

The project is being undertaken in coordination with the Region of Peel's capital works that will replace aging infrastructure, replace and reline existing sanitary sewers, install new watermains and sanitary sewers in the downtown core. Construction for this portion of the project is expected to start in fall 2018. [more...]
Voters, Take Note: Voter Look-up is live
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation's (MPAC) online Voter Lookup tool is now live. Ontario residents can confirm or update their electoral information online, ahead of the 2018 Municipal Election.   [more...]

Candidates, Take Note: Municipal Election Information Session
The City of Brampton, in partnership with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, will host an information session on Tuesday, April 3 2018, for potential candidates and third party advertisers in the 2018 Municipal Election.  [more...]

Spring Parks Cleanup
Help clean up litter in a local park or greenspace this month! Garbage bags and gloves are provided to all registered participants.  [more...]
Great Things Are Happening
Recreation Revitalized
Find out about renewal plans for Brampton's aging community centres at a series of public information sessions on April 3, 4 and 5. These meetings will focus on the plans for Balmoral, Chris Gibson and Howden Recreation Centres.  [more...]

Sikh Heritage Month
The City recognizes April as Sikh Heritage Month. On April 26, 6 - 8 pm, join us in the City Hall Atrium and Conservatory for an evening of networking, light refreshments and presentations. [more...]

2018 Brampton Visitor Guide
Plan exciting and fun things to see and do- discover unexpected finds and unique places. Offering something for everyone, the guide is now available online and in print.  [more...]
Don't Forget
Volunteer Appreciation Week
The week of April 15 is an opportunity to formally recognize the generous contributions of Brampton's many volunteers. The City is deeply grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who help make our programs and services possible.  [more...]

Grow Green Eco Pledge Launch
Celebrate Earth Day, enjoy a free barbecue and learn about the 2018 Grow Green Eco Pledge! April 21,
10 am - 1 pm at Eldorado Park.  [more...]

Maintain Your Property.
With warmer weather upon us, the City wants to ensure that residents prevent unsightly and hazardous conditions by looking after their property. [more...]
Upcoming Public Meetings
Wednesday, April 4
Council Meeting
9 am - 4:30 pm

Thursday, April 5
Brampton School Traffic Safety Council
9:30 - 11:30 am

Sports Hall of Fame Committee
7 - 9 pm


*Schedules subject to change

´╗┐Monday, April 9
Brampton Appeal Tribunal
7 - 10:30 pm

Tuesday, April 10
Environment Advisory Committee
6 - 8 pm

Wednesday, April 11
Committee of Council
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Easter Weekend Closure
City offices will be closed Friday, March 30 and Monday, April 1. Participants at recreation and community centres should call ahead as some facilities may operate on holiday hours.´╗┐
As part of its commitment to being an open and accessible government, the City of Brampton encourages public participation in its decision-making process. For a full schedule of this month's public meetings, visit our website. [more...] 
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