Additional Public Consultation – Proposed Queen Street West Developments
At a Special Council Meeting held on August 5th, we moved and voted in favour of a motion for City Staff to conduct additional public consultation in respect to the Springbrook Official Plan amendments and developer proposed development applications.
Parks Infrastructure Improvements in Wards 1 & 5
A visual overview of some of the recent park infrastructure improvements in Brampton Wards 1 & 5.
Canada Day Celebrations
Join us for the return of Brampton’s in-person Canada Day celebration on July 1 from 12 to 10 pm in Chinguacousy Park. Brampton’s Canada Day celebration is the City’s largest single day event. There will be live entertainment, arts, culture, food, fireworks and more! If you would like a Canada Day sign for your front lawn […]
Tree Planting Training
Tree planting is one of the most rewarding volunteer activities to get involved with. We encourage residents to come out to a volunteer planting events to get fresh air, learn from the experts at Credit Valley Conservation and give back to nature. Our goal in Brampton is to get a million trees planted.
Emergency Pet Food Pantry available for pet owners in need of assistance
Brampton Animal Services offers an Emergency Pet Food Pantry to support pet owners with anywhere from one week to one month of pet supplies depending on demand and donations.
Merry Christmas – Please Stay Safe
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 […]
Larry Beasley to present an incredible new “vision” of a future Brampton
The City of Brampton hired award-winning urban planner Larry Beasley to develop a new, future-ready vision of out city, and after a year of consultation with residents and stakeholders, Beasley’s “Brampton 2040 Vision” document will be presented to Members of Council in a special meeting on Monday. Called “Living the Mosaic“, Beasley sees Brampton’s future […]
Ryerson University President enthusiastic about Brampton’s future
Ryerson University’s eagerly anticipated arrival in Brampton is a game changer. Stand UP for Brampton had the privilege to meet with the President of Ryerson University, Dr. Mohamed Lachemi to discuss Ryerson’s proposal for a new university to be built in Brampton. This is part one of a three-part series generated from our discussion. […]
Things to do for March Break in Brampton
As far as we are concerned, Brampton is the center of the universe, and there is always a lot to do in our beautiful city. March Break is no exception. Here are a few ideas for you. 1. Celebrate hockey. Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour is heading to Brampton for a celebration of hockey. The […]
Residents give Riverstone a thumbs up at public meetings
The City of Brampton hosted two public meetings at the recently purchased Riverstone Golf Club, and from the reaction of the residents who attended, the future community centre is likely to be seen as a welcome addition to the portfolio of recreational facilities that have become a source of pride for the residents of the […]