July 2021
Gradual Reopening and Vaccination
On June 30, 2021 Brampton safely moved to Step Two of the provincial Roadmap to ReopenThis means, outdoor social gatherings and organized public events are allowed for up to 25 people, hair salons and other personal services are open, and non-essential retail capacity is at 25 per cent. There are many more opportunities for you to have a safe summer. Be sure to get fully vaccinated so that our community can move safely into the next stage of reopening. [more...] Questions about the COVID-19 Mandatory Face Mask By-law? Find answers here.

Brampton Farmers’ Market
Saturdays, 8 am – 1 pm, until October. Many of the favourite farmers and local artisans have returned offering freshly-picked seasonal produce; prepared foods and unique handcrafted goods! New location…still downtown. [more…] 

Just Add Fun This Summer
Join us for in-person summer camp programs taking place at nine Brampton Recreation Centres. Weekly camps are available from July 5 to September 3 for participants ages 4 – 13. Activities include art, crafts, sports and more! Weekly inclusion camps are available for individuals of all abilities from July 5 to August 27 for participants ages 6 – 13, 14 – 20 and 21+. Virtual camp is also available to enjoy from the comfort of home. Camps are 1.5 hours in length and include a material kit. A variety of programs are available for ages 4 – 10. [more...]

Summer Movie Drive-In
Looking for a fun family night out? We’ve got you covered! Pack your snacks and pillows for a summer movie drive-in in July and August. Showtime is at 9 pm and registration is required. Get information on dates, details and registration. [more...]
Choose a Licensed Driving School 
As the Province moved in to Step Two of Reopening and in-vehicle driving instruction is permitted, be sure to check the City’s list of licensed driving schools before you book lessons. Always choose a licensed driving school for your safety. [more...]
Free COVID-19 Rapid Screening Kits for Businesses
If you operate a small or medium-sized business in Brampton with up to 150 employees, you can register for free COVID-19 rapid antigen screening kits through the StaySafe program. [more...]
Drowning Prevention Week
Water safety starts with you. Join us from July 18 to 24 for a variety of free activities to learn all about water safety. Free aquatic kits will be available for at-home learning and activities that include goggles, a swim cap and more. For ages 4 to 14. Complete and submit on of the kit activities for a chance to win 1 of 10 great prizes! [more...]

Tow Truck Safety Tips
If your vehicle breaks down or if you are in a vehicle collision, be sure to know your rights before entering into any agreement with the tow truck operator/rental company and body repair shop. [more...]
Brampton Citizens Awards
The City of Brampton continues to recognize and celebrate more than 175 residents in the community who have achieved outstanding accomplishments in 2019 and 2020. Established in 1974, the Brampton Citizen Awards has recognized more than 3,500 outstanding residents nominated by fellow citizens in seven categories. Acknowledgement of 2019/2020 recipients will be posted on the Citizens Awards website through the summer. [more...
Nurturing Neighbourhoods is Back, Online, for 2021
Staff and program partners will take you on a virtual tour of 15 new neighbourhoods beginning July 7. Let us know what you love or what can be improved in your neighbourhood by completing the Neighbourhood Survey and Online Mapping Tool. The Nurturing Neighbourhoods Program is an innovative way to engage Bramptonians and encourage community building!  [more…] 
Summer with the Brampton Library
Brampton Library Summer Club registration is open! Read, learn, explore, and complete challenges to win prizes. All ages welcome. [more…]
City Naming Rights Opportunities
The Council-approved Sponsorship and Naming Rights Policy offers businesses the opportunity to invest in our community. We have naming rights available for select facilities, including renaming Gore Meadows Community Centre. [more…] 
City Pledges to Join The BlackNorth Initiative
On June 16, Brampton City Council unanimously pledged to join The BlackNorth Initiative. We join more than 450 global organizations working towards eliminating anti-Black systemic barriers negatively affecting the lives of Black Canadians. [more…] 

Downtown Brampton Heritage Walking Tour
Sign-up for the pass and receive the full listing of over 40 historical locations with the Downtown Brampton Heritage Walking Tour. It’s free, is sent to your phone via text and is ready to use immediately with no download required. Use the pass and win. [more…] 

Brampton Food Guide
Summer is coming and patio dining is back! Check out the food guide for Brampton inspiration and support local. Get takeout, head to the park for a picnic or enjoy the alfresco experience on one of the many patio options in Brampton. Happy dining. [more…] 

PIXEL Digital Art Exhibit
Beginning July 1, check out digital artwork from local artists in the heart of downtown Brampton, on Garden Square’s 24’ LED screen! Presented by Garden Square in partnership with ACCIDA. [more…] 

East Coast Kitchen Party
On July 17, enjoy performances by Mainland Kitchen Band, and Celtic Kitchen Party, along with a community showcase of East Coast pride. Presented by Garden Square in partnership with Freezerland. [more…] 
Live from The Rose
Summer Season just announced! Book free tickets for virtual performances from top artists, including Matt Dusk, Serena Ryder, Bif Naked, and others. [more…] 
Gardens of Brampton: Front Garden Recognition Program
We’re looking for Brampton’s most beautiful gardens, and will recognize six this Fall! Browse the judging criteria, find tips for a beautiful and green garden, and submit a photo of your gardening masterpiece. [more...] 

Creating a Pathway to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Brampton’s Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Plan (CEERP) creates a pathway for reducing, as a community, our greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by at least 80% by 2050. This evidence-based plan will improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, create economic advantage, and increase Brampton’s resiliency to climate changes. [more...] 
What is an Eco Park?
Brampton Eco Park is a network of sustainable green spaces, referred to as Eco Spaces that connect residents with the natural environment. The Brampton Eco Park Strategy sets out the vision, goals, and actions to guide Brampton Eco Park implementation and characterizes its formation. Check out current Eco Park projects. [more...] 
Jefferson, Jordan, & Jayfield Parks refresh
The City has partnered with the TRCA to refresh Jefferson, Jordan, and Jayfield Parks and create the City’s first Eco Space project alongside scheduled concrete channel removal and re-naturalization work. Guided by the Brampton Eco Park Strategy and from public consultation, construction began in October 2020 and completion is expected by the end of 2022. [more...] 

Join Credit Valley Conservation at Online Tree and Shrub Gardening Workshops
Get involved in Credit Valley Conservation’s Community Tree Project! It’s a community-based project to naturally cool neighbourhoods impacted by climate change. Participate in tree planting, virtual presentations, neighbourhood walks and more. This project is running in select neighbourhoods in Brampton. Sign up for workshops and learn about creating climate-ready communities. [more...] 
Brampton Plan Townhall #3
The City is hosting its third of three Virtual Public Townhalls on July 26 from 4 to 6 pm to discuss and receive feedback on Brampton’s new Official Plan. For this session the themes are Implementation of Growth Management/Employment & Economic Development/Urban Design, Open Spaces and Recreation. [more] 
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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