Brampton City Council approved a new Neighbourhood Association Guide during the June 21, 2023 Committee of Council meeting, including a new grant stream of up to $1,500 for eligible groups and projects. The guide provides valuable information to residents on how to establish their own neighbourhood associations, foster a sense of community and encourage collaborative efforts to improve Brampton’s diverse neighbourhoods.
Thank you to the many residents and businesses in downtown Brampton and across Wards 1 & 5, for providing feedback regarding community safety issues. In the fall of 2023, we hosted a Community Safety Townhall meeting with residents, in collaboration with the Region of Peel and Peel Police. Several items have been actioned including recent announcements and advocacy related to auto-theft, increased support for Place-based Peel Outreach, Neighbourhood Associations , Peel Police CIRT and more. The work to tackle mental health and addictions, homelessness, and crime, particularly in the downtown core is ongoing.
December 6th marks The École Polytechnique massacre, also known as the Montreal massacre, an antifeminist mass shooting that occurred in 1989, where fourteen women were murdered. It also marks the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. The City of Brampton continues to stand at the forefront of action to end violence […]
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.
As the sun sets on my unforgettable summer internship with Councillor Rowena Santos, I find myself reflecting on the incredible experiences I’ve had while working on two remarkable events: the Teramoto Park Cleanup and the End of Summer Youth Connect. These events not only allowed me to grow as an individual but also provided a platform for our community’s youth to make a meaningful impact.
Municipal has World announced Rowena Santos, Regional Councillor for Wards 1 and 5 in the City of Brampton, as the 2023 honouree of Municipal World’s Women of Influence in Local Government Award.
Brampton Takes a Swing: Solidifying Its Position as the Cricket Capital of North America with Enhanced Amenities and Investments
Brampton City Council passed a motion to move forward with additional enhancements to cricket infrastructure, reaffirming its commitment to the growth and development of the sport. These upgrades support the sport’s expansion and further cement Brampton’s status as the Cricket Capital of North America.
The Luminato Festival is returning to Brampton on Friday, June 9 with the world-wide sensation, Walk with Amal. The event is an opportunity to participate in a global movement of hope and solidarity. Walk with Amal features a colossal 12-ft puppet representing a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, symbolizing the resilience and courage of displaced children around the world.