Brampton’s senior residents can ride now ride Brampton Transit for free with a Brampton Senior Identification Card and a PRESTO card loaded with an annual free pass. As approved in the 2020 Budget, the free annual pass will provide unlimited travel for Brampton seniors at no cost on Brampton Transit. Brampton Transit will no longer sell […]
Join us to learn more about the exciting possibility of the Guelph-Humber’s relocation to Brampton.
A new All-Way Stop Sign is coming to your neighbourhood. The new All-Way Stop will be located at the intersection of Lorenville Drive and Creditview Road.
Many residents have contacted our office to share feedback on a council decision at the Budget Committee meeting on Dec 1st. During that meeting, council approved a motion by a 6 to 5 vote to allocate $500,000 in 2022 and another $500,000 in 2023 pay to for the construction of a heritage barn at the […]
https://vimeo.com/666135205 Helping to flood local rinks is a temporary measure this year to expand opportunities for outdoor recreation activities. A number of additional options are available, all in response to provincial public health measures that required the closing of recreation centres. The City of Brampton is providing a range of expanded outdoor recreation activities. Check […]
Merry Christmas Brampton! At this time of the year we look forward to connecting with family, faith and helping those less fortunate. As we continue to live in difficult times, please stay safe and reach out to loved ones virtually. We hope you enjoy this short video message from our team that we prepared for […]
Fourth consecutive tax freeze and record commitment to healthcare expansion in Brampton.
The festival, now running in its 5th year is a wonderful opportunity for local students, hobbyists, and professional musicians to perform and has featured Canadian and international jazz luminaries.
Regional Councillors have approved Peel’s 2021 Budget which sets regional property tax rates for Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon. Last December, Brampton approved its third consecutive zero percent increase in property taxes for residents on the City’s portion of the tax bill, part of a $1.2 billion budget which includes record contributions to cash reserves. “With […]
In December, our Stand UP for Brampton youth team volunteered with Regeneration, a community outreach program that serves the homeless, those at risk of homelessness, and those living in extreme poverty. Inspired by our experience, Stand UP for Brampton is participating as a team in Regeneration’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk. Walk with us on February 24th to help […]