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​Brampton is a Green City

Building on Brampton’s commitment to sustainability by improving transit and active transportation opportunities, focusing on energy efficiency, and revitalizing natural spaces and the urban tree canopy.

Expand each priority below to view the connected initiatives.​​​​​

  • Update the Transportation Master Plan to prioritize active transportation and non-auto modes.
  • Advance the work underway to meet ridership demands on Brampton Transit and demand for higher-order transit infrastructure in Brampton (i.e. Queen Street BRT).
  • Improve transit access for seniors in Brampton.
  • Implement the Natural Heritage Restoration Program to integrate and enhance natural heritage within our communities.
  • Coordinate with Regional and Provincial governments on efforts to address climate change.
  • Promote community events and outreach programs such as Adopt-a-Park, Community Gardens, Community Tree Planting, and Environmental Stewardship Education programs to give residents opportunities for hands-on community improvement.
  • Continue the development and implementation of the Development Guidelines and Sustainability Assessment Tool.
  • Expand the Urban Design Awards to highlight innovative developments.
  • Establish ongoing monitoring of intensification and greenfield density in Brampton.
  • Develop a Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Plan to improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ensure energy security, create economic advantage, and increase resilience to climate change.
  • Implement environmental and energy efficiency standards across City facilities.

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Queen Street Züm

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Energy Efficiency

An innovative, carbonless and fiscally responsible future for Brampton.

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