August 2019
New $15 Senior Resident Monthly Pass
Brampton Transit is pleased to announce a $15 discounted monthly pass for Brampton seniors.

If you’re a Brampton resident, 65 years or older, you can purchase this new pass beginning August 6 at all Brampton Transit terminals and facilities, and at temporary locations at City Hall and Gore Meadows Community Centre. To get the transit pass, Brampton seniors must have a valid Brampton Transit senior identification card and a PRESTO card. The pass is effective September 1, and allows unlimited travel for the calendar month. The $1 cash fare for Brampton seniors will also be available on PRESTO beginning September 1. Regular senior weekly and monthly passes will no longer be available.
Brampton Transit is committed to providing affordable transit, and serving one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Building on the Term of Council Priorities for Brampton 2040 Vision, staff will bring a report to Council during the 2020 budget process that will include options to implementing free fares for Brampton seniors. [ more... ]
Brampton Youth
There is now a one-stop-shop for all youth offerings in Brampton. Check out for ways to get involved, have fun, learn and grow.

As part of our youth engagement, we are always listening! Have an idea to share? Feedback on current youth offerings? Email .

Fair Deal for Brampton
We're demanding a Fair Deal for Brampton healthcare. You can sign the petition share your story and follow our campaign across social media using #FairDealForBrampton. Let’s demand action from the Province. ​​​​​​​Together, we can take a stand.    [ more... ]
Great Things Are Happening
Seniors Open House
On August 12, from 12 3 pm, head over to the Flower City Seniors Recreation Centre to tour the facility, sample programs, and meet the instructors. Entry is free – bring a friend! [ more… ]

FREE Tim Horton’s Summer Swims
Join us at the pool this summer for free swims! Pools are available city-wide, on select dates, for one-hour public swims. [ more... ]  

eBus coming to Brampton soon
The City of Brampton has secured $11.15 million in funding towards Phase 1 of a pilot project, which will test battery electric buses in Brampton.The breakthrough battery electric buses will be launched on two existing conventional routes in Brampton and will hit Brampton’s streets in late 2020/early 2021. [more...]
Don't Forget
Overnight Parking
If your guests need to street park for more than three hours and/or overnight, remember to apply for a free overnight parking permit. Parking considerations are permitted up to 14 days a year per vehicle licence plate.   [ more… ]

Fitness in the Park
Enjoy free outdoor fitness programming all summer long. Bootcamp, Yoga and Zumba ™  are offered at various locations. Go online for more details.  [ more… ]

Upcoming Public Meetings
August 7
9:30 am – 4:30 pm

August 13
Environment Advisory Committee
6 – 8 pm

August 14
Brampton Community Safety Advisory Committee
7 pm – 9 pm 

August 20
Committee of Adjustment
9 am – 1 pm

Cycling Advisory Committee
7 – 9 pm

*Schedules subject to change
Civic Day Closure
City offices will be closed Monday, August 5. 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...] 
Let's Connect
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