The City of Brampton has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment for streetscaping the downtown to create an aesthetically beautiful environment to boost the image and awareness of the downtown revitalization efforts. The main objectives are to create a street that will capitalize on the walkability and pedestrian capacity downtown, to animate these streets and to become a place making destination capturing the heart of Bramptonians and visitors.

The study is being undertaken in coordination with the Region of Peel’s Downtown Brampton Capital Project Phase 1 and in accordance with the planning and design process for Schedule “C” projects as outlined in the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. This study will define the problem, identify and evaluate alternative solutions to the problem, evaluate alternative design concepts for the solution, recommend a preferred design concept and assess potential impacts and identify mitigation measures associated with the preferred design.

An Environmental Study Report will be prepared documenting the decision-making process and made available for public review and comment for the 30-day period. Updates of when this report will be made available for public review will be listed under “News and Events.”

If you would like more information on the Region of Peel’s Downtown Brampton Capital Project Phase 1, click here.