Over 70 residents participated in the Wards 1 & 5 Budget Chat at Fan’d’flame on November 27th. This ongoing engagement with residents provides important feedback during the 2024 budget process.
Food insecurity in Brampton and Peel Region is a growing challenge. Recent statistics for Peel Region show that 111,925 residents (8%) live in poverty in Peel. Food prices have increase by 11.4% year over year. Find our more about a new collaboration of community groups working to help.
Check out the magical day filled with wagging tails, delightful costumes, and a whole lot of puppy love
The city of Brampton is taking a proactive approach to address the changing needs and demands of its residents by updating park amenities. Following the successful transformation of a baseball diamond into a fully lit tape ball amenity, the city is now turning its attention to an underutilized lawn bowling pitch. This derelict space, which has become associated with illicit behavior, is set to be revitalized and transformed into an outdoor lit pickleball court. This exciting development aims to meet the growing demand for pickleball facilities in Brampton and provide a safe and enjoyable space for residents of all ages.
Brampton is responding to more rainfall and an unexpected acceleration in the grass growth rate. Grass is growing faster, causing overgrowth and requiring special attention from the city’s grass maintenance services.