June 2021
Gradual Reopening and Vaccination
Stay tuned for updates from the Province about its 3-Step Roadmap to Reopen. More details are expected for an anticipated gradual reopening in mid-June. Until then, please continue to follow existing safety measures and keep up with the latest on getting vaccinated – click here. Visit our City webpage for more reopening information [more...]
Active Transportation Implementation Program
The 2020 Active Transportation Implementation program included 19.7 km of "linear cycling infrastructure" (bike lanes, urban shoulders, multi-use paths and recreational trails/paths). Building on the success of last year, the City is implementing 29.3 km additional linear cycling infrastructure in 2021. [more…] 
Brampton Farmers’ Market Launches June 19 in a New Location 
Saturdays, 8 am to 1 pm until October 23. The Market will be located in Gage Park, Ken Whillans Square and on Wellington Street West for the 2021 season. Free parking is available in the underground lot at City Hall. [more...
June is Seniors’ Month 
Stay safe, active and connected. Celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of Brampton’s seniors. Join us for special virtual sessions to connect with peers across the city and take part in FREE at-home activities including virtual fitness, Build Your Own Birdhouse and Seniors’ Centre Without Walls. Registration required. [more…] 
Let’s Get Active! 
Get ready to break a sweat and get your zen on this month. On June 5, enjoy a full day of fun, free, virtual fitness classes and help Canada become the fittest country on Earth during National Health & Fitness Day. Looking for something a little more relaxing? June 21 is International Yoga Day. Join us for free virtual classes and unleash your inner Yogi. Registration required. [more…]
Preventing Residential Fires: Home Safe Home 
In the City of Brampton, 19% of all fires are related to unattended cooking with the areas of fire concern being the garage and kitchen. Brampton Fire wants to remind all residents that fire safety is everyone’s responsibility. [more…] 
Three Words Can Save Your Life
Brampton Fire & Emergency Services has partnered with what3words, an app that will help our Fire Services team pinpoint precise location in times of emergency. Learn how it can keep you safe. [more...]
Call to Brampton Artists 
Share your artist story and promote your art on a digital postcard! The Arts, Culture and Creative Industry Development Agency is requesting Brampton artists and creatives, to submit old or new digital, visual artworks that tell your story as an artist in our city. [more…

The Rose Introduces New Black and Indigenous Youth Internship and Co-op Program 
Officially launching June 5! The first of its kind in Canada, designed by and for Black and Indigenous students, lead mentors, and professional artists, the program prepares students for future leadership positions and careers in the arts. [more

Fire & Emergency Services Career Information Session for Women
Are you interested in a career in fire? Brampton Fire & Emergency Services is hosting a career information session for women on June 24 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Stay tuned for additional details to be added to our website. [more...]

Citizens Awards
In June, the City of Brampton will 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. [more...]
Power of Black Media Conference: June 8 and 10   
Join the conversation to hear from media personnel about Black representation in the media; career opportunities and how to navigate the industry; importance of Black media ownership and influence; and more! Register today. [more…

National AccessAbility Week May 30 – June 5 
We're creating a more inclusive city. Learn about accessible parking spaces, complete the Accessibility Scavenger Hunt or get inspired by accessibility activist Maayan Ziv – watch a virtual conversation we held a few months ago.   
Celebrate, Virtually, the Diversity That Makes Brampton Unique 
In June we acknowledge Italian, Portuguese and Filipino Heritage Months. The City also celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21. Each of these communities will be celebrated with virtual events. [more

The Brampton Food Guide  
Need a recommendation of what to try? In the Brampton Food Guide find recommendations from food scene influencers including Eden Hagos, Kiefer Nazareth and Andria Barrett. Eating local is a great way to ‘Support Local’. [more] 

Brampton Celebrates Canada Day Virtually! 
Canada Day is Brampton’s largest single day celebration that showcases City’s Mosaic, through arts, culture and food. This year’s Canada Day virtual celebration runs all day starting at 8 am.  [more] 

June is Pride Month in Brampton  
Celebrate Brampton’s vibrant LGBTQ2S+ communities through art, performance and programming for all ages. Join in virtual events beginning June 1 and culminating with virtual Pride in the Square on June 13. [more] 
Gardens of Brampton: Front Garden Recognition Program  
Get your front gardens ready! The City, in partnership with the Brampton Horticultural Society and Chinguacousy Garden Club, will be selecting the best six gardens later this summer. [more...]

Centre for Community Energy Transformation (CCET) 
The Centre for Community Energy Transformation (CCET) will be a community-based organization that guides Brampton towards a low-carbon future while advocating for the Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Plan (CEERP). To transform CCET from a conceptual framework to an established not-for-profit, the City is working with an Advisory Task Force[more...]
Pollinator Protection 
Did you know Brampton expects to receive a Bee City designation from Bee City Canada thanks to efforts to protect our pollinator habitat? At the City, we support pollinators through programs like the Don’t Mow, Let it Grow, by building and maintaining pollinator beds and more. How will you support Pollinator Week (June 21-27)? [more...] 
One Million Trees
The Brampton One Million Trees Program (OMT Program), is a plan to increase tree plantings with a goal of one million trees planted in Brampton by 2040. Despite 2020’s challenges, we still planted 24,200 trees in Brampton last year. Our Trees webpage shares other ways we support the OMT program. [more...] 
Urban Forest Management Plan Art Contest Winner 
Brampton is developing an Urban Forest Management Plan to improve our urban forest canopy and ensure its health and longevity. To find a cover for our plan we hosted a contest and received over 250 submissions. Congratulations to our winner, Sujana Haider, whose artwork will be featured on the cover! [more...] 
Open Data 
The City’s GeoHub website provides open data to help residents and businesses find information on parks, hiking trails, roads, properties, and more. If you’ve used our data for research, visualizations or apps, tell us about your experience at open@brampton.ca [more…] 
311 Gives You More Options 
311 at brampton.ca have added two new services that are just a click away. Click the COVID -19 Vaccine Plan for the distribution plan in the Region of Peel. Speeding Concerns can connect you directly with community programs and the ability to report issues or requesting calming measures. [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...] 
Let's Connect
The City of Brampton offers a variety of ways for residents to stay up-to-date on news, events, programs and services.