November 2018
Should cannabis retail stores be allowed in Brampton?
The City of Brampton is asking its residents for their opinion on whether or not cannabis retail stores should be allowed to operate in Brampton. A telephone survey and an online public poll about cannabis retail stores will seek input from the public to help inform the new City Council.
 
To complement the telephone survey, an online poll is now available on the City website. The poll closes at 11:59 pm on November 9, 2018. Results from the telephone survey and the online poll will form one of many components of a staff report, to be presented to City Council on December 5, 2018, to help Council make an informed decision. [more...]
Election Results 
The City of Brampton has issued the official results for the 2018 Municipal Election. A total of 108,070 voters cast their vote this election (including at advance voting), representing a 34.5 per cent turnout of the eligible voter base of 313,273. At a Special Meeting of City Council, scheduled for December 4, 2018, Council will meet to appoint one of the elected City Councillors as an additional Regional Councillor representative on Peel Regional Council . [more…]

Lest We Forget
The City of Brampton and the Royal Canadian Legion Branches 15 and 609 will host a series of services in honour of Remembrance Day. [more...]
Great Things Are Happening
Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week
November 1 – 7 is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week. Brampton Fire and Emergency Services will be out in the community to raise awareness. [more...]

Build Your Your IoT Startup
Startup Peel is hosting their second Startup Weekend at Brampton City Hall November 2 – 4. [more...]

Winter Light Weekend
Celebrate the season in downtown Brampton at the Annual Tree Lighting, Santa Claus Parade, and the Holiday Pop-up Shoppe, November 16 – 18. [more...]

Brampton Lifesaving Club
Sign up your 7 to 16-year-old for this competitive lifesaving sport. Helps develop teamwork and sportsmanship, with an opportunity to participate in competitions.  [more...]
Don't Forget
Health and Wellness Fair
Have a question about your health? Speak to a professional at this FREE event on November 3, 10 am – 1 pm, at Cassie Campbell Community Centre. [more...]

Job Fair: November 4 and December 2 The City is hosting two job fairs for part-time positions in Recreation. Come out to see what we have to offer! [more...]

Celebrate With Care
You can use short-range fireworks on private property on Diwali, November 6 and 7, without a permit. Be safe.  [more...]

Simple Civil Ceremonies
If minimalism is your thing, the new simple civil marriage ceremony sure fits that bill. [more...]  

Transit Passenger Safety
We encourage everyone to commit to being alert, informed, prepared and involved partners in safety. We all have a responsibility to look out for the safety of the community. [more...]
Upcoming Public Meetings
November 13
Committee of Adjustment
9 am – 1 pm

November 15
Brampton School Traffic Safety Council
9:30 – 11:30 am

Sports Hall of Fame Committee
7 – 9 pm

November 19
Brampton Appeal Tribunal
9 am – 1 pm

Planning and Development Committee
7 10 pm

November 29
Property Standards Committee
9 am – 12 pm






*Schedules subject to change


 Holiday Closure
City offices will be closed Monday, November 12. 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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