Winter Recreation Notice

ALERT: Snow Removal Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available to help senior citizens and physically challenged homeowners with costs incurred from hiring a service provider to remove snow from their sidewalks and driveways. Qualifying applicants can receive a grant of up to $300 for non-corner lot properties or up to $400 for corner lot properties with sidewalks on two sides of the property and where both sidewalks are not cleared by City forces.

Get more updates from Councillor Santos and Vicente

Brampton Snow Plow Tracker

It can be frustrating when significant snowfall accumulates on our city streets. You can check if your street has been plowed or salted/sanded during a winter event.

Expanded shinny hockey hours at Flower City Community Campus

We have received a lot of feedback from neighbours and are excited to offer expanded shinny hockey hours at the Flower City Community Campus. Please check the schedule or call 3-1-1 for more information.

Stay active and healthy this winter

As we all continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and public health measures, the City of Brampton has new and expanded winter recreation options to have fun and stay active with your family!

Brampton Backyard Ice Rink Contest

Have you built a backyard ice rink this season? Submit a photo for a chance to win amazing prizes – like a one-hour skate on your rink with NHL alumni Doug Gilmour and Wendel Clark! 


  • 1st, 2nd & 3rd place: one-hour skate with Mayor Brown and NHL Alumni Doug Gilmour and Wendel Clark on the winning rink AND a Canadian Tire Prize pack including gift card, outdoor hockey net and Sherwood hockey sticks for every member of the household!
  • Toronto Maple Leaf game tickets donated by Royal LePage Vendex Realty
  • Signed Wayne Gretzky paraphernalia:
    • Signed Wayne Gretzky Team Canada jersey
    • Signed books “Stories of the Game by Wayne Gretzky”
  • Pizza Nova gift cards donated by SQM Janitorial Services Inc.
  • $25 Canadian Tire gift card for every entry! (to a maximum of 150)

Outdoor Skating

Hours of operation at Mount Pleasant, Gage Park, Gore Meadows, Chinguacousy Park, Flower City, Earnscliffe and Jim Archdekin have been extended from 10 am to 10 pm. Additional programming includes outdoor shinny at Gore Meadows. Registration is not required, and rinks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Masks are recommended when attendees cannot maintain a two-metre distance

Councillor Santos helps flood Northwood Community Rink

Mount Chinguacousy

Mount Chinguacousy drop-in skiing, snowboarding and tubing is tentatively scheduled to open on January 14, 2022, weather and snow conditions permitting. Masks are required while in the chalet (to purchase tickets and for rentals) and while waiting for the ski lift line. Masks are also recommended in outdoor areas when attendees cannot maintain a two-metre distance. 

Recreational trails and sports fields

Take a beautiful winter stroll through our recreational trails and enjoy our city’s outdoor sports fields and fitness equipment this winter. All main recreational trails and outdoor fitness equipment remain open and maintained. Select outdoor fields and courts also remain open for play including soccer, basketball, tennis and ball hockey.

Mayor Brown and Brampton West MP Kamal Khera out for a run on local trails