BRAMPTON, ON – Brampton City Hall will be closed on Monday, July 3, 2017 in observance of Canada Day. A number of City services will be unavailable or will operate under reduced service levels. Residents will not be able to apply for marriage licenses, pay parking fines or apply for permits in person during this time. For online options please visit www.brampton.ca.
Several services will continue to operate as usual, including: Fire and Emergency Services and By-law Enforcement. For more information on all City of Brampton service changes and closures, please call 311 or visit www.brampton.ca.
Brampton Celebrates Canada 150 Festival: Road Closures
On July 1, sections of certain roads near Chinguacousy Park will be closed to traffic to accommodate Canada Day celebrations.
The following roads will be closed from 10 am on July 1 to 1 am on July 2, 2017:
• Queen Street from Central Park Drive to Bramalea Road
The following roads will be closed from 9 am on July 1 to midnight on July 2, 2017:
• Goodwood Road from Bramalea Road to Goldcrest Road
The following roads will be closed from 10 am to 8 pm on July 1, 2017:
• Queen Street (Westbound lanes only) from Glenvale Boulevard to Bramalea Road
• Queen Street (Eastbound lanes only) from Dixie Road to Central Park Drive
The following roads will be closed from 8 pm on July 1 to midnight on July 2, 2017:
• Queen Street (both directions) from Glenvale Boulevard to Bramalea Road
• Queen Street (both directions) from Dixie Road to Central Park Drive
• Bramalea Road (both directions) from Kensington Road to Central Park Drive
• Central Park Drive (both directions) from Kensington Road to Hanover Road
The following roads will be closed from 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm on July 1, 2017:
• Central Park Drive, from Hilldale Crescent (southernmost intersection) to Bramalea Road
Residents are encouraged to take advantage of the free shuttle service offered by Brampton Transit. Shuttle locations will include:
• Mount Pleasant GO station
• Trinity Common Terminal
• Gore Meadows Community Centre
• Sheridan College
Brampton Transit Service
Brampton Transit schedule for the Canada Day weekend will be:
• Canada Day - Saturday, July 1: Saturday Service – Transit stores will be closed
• Monday, July 3: Saturday Service – Transit store will be open
For route and schedule information call 905.874.2999, visit www.bramptontransit.com or go to nextride.brampton.ca with your mobile device for real-time bus information.
Residents are encouraged to attend the fireworks display at Chinguacousy Park at 10 pm on July 1.
Fireworks users: Canada Day is one of four approved days in a year when short-range fireworks are allowed on private property, without the need for a permit. Short-range fireworks are those that tend to travel less than three metres (10 feet) when set off (e.g. fountains, wheels, ground spinners, sparklers). All other rocket-type fireworks are banned in Brampton. The City reminds residents that fireworks are not allowed to be used on the street, sidewalks, within City parks or on municipal or school properties.
When using short-range fireworks on your property, you must follow these safety precautions:
• You must have a container of water or a hose line that’s filled with water available to extinguish fireworks
• You must never light a firework or hold a lit firework in your hand, other than a sparkler
• After using sparklers, place them in a container of water to fully cool before disposal
• Allow all fireworks to fully cool before disposal
Fireworks vendors: This year Brampton introduced a mandatory annual course for fireworks vendors before they can be licensed to sell. A list of vendors licensed to sell fireworks in Brampton for Canada Day will be posted on the City website closer to Canada Day.
• Fireworks safety video
• Fireworks FAQs
For information on the City’s Canada Day celebrations, call 311 or visit www.brampton.ca.
City of Brampton
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