Be a good neighbour  

As spring begins, remember the role you play in upholding bylaws and standards to maintain the quality of our city. Be a good neighbour by:  


  • Keeping the sidewalk clear; vehicles blocking sidewalks or streets are not permitted.  
  • Keeping excessive noise down; regulations on noise and nuisances help create and maintain harmonious communities.  
  • Maintaining yard spaces to meet property standards, ensuring a clean and tidy state, free from unsightly and hazardous conditions.  
  • Not parking on city streets between the hours of 2 and 6 am, or for more than three hours at a time, unless a parking consideration has been obtained.  

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Have your say on the future of public art in Brampton!

The City is developing its first Public Art Strategy. Public art is a valuable tool in building a vibrant, prosperous, and inclusive city with engaging public spaces. Tell us how we can enhance the community through public art. Take the survey for a chance to win a pair of tickets to The Rose Brampton.

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You're invited! Accessibility Business Networking Event

Persons with disabilities are invited to the Accessibility Business Networking Event on May 31, from 6 to 8:30 pm, at the Brampton Entrepreneur Centre, to network and share experiences with local businesses, and celebrate achievements in the removal/prevention of barriers to accessibility. 

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Downtown Brampton's Iconic four corners

City seeks Expressions of Interest for Centre for Innovation

The Centre for Innovation is an exciting development that will revitalize and unlock the economic potential of downtown Brampton. The City is inviting expressions of interest to partner and develop this iconic landmark in the heart of our Innovation District.

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City Launches e-Scooter Pilot Program  

Three private companies are operating the GTA’s first shared electric scooter program in Brampton. Residents 16+ can hop on a scooter and travel speeds up to 20 km/h (on roads with speed limits of 50 km/h and under, on bike lanes, and multi-use paths). Not permitted on sidewalks.

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Celebrate Mother’s Day at LBP Brampton

Celebrate the special women in your life with the best gift possible... laughter! Join Performing Arts Brampton for the Mother’s Day Comedy Clash. Hosted by Jay Martin, this is a comedy show filled with music, games, and unlimited laughter. This year's performance features Zabrina Douglas, Drew Thomas, Patrick Russell, Cindy-Ann Boisson and Jean Paul. 

Tickets available now
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