Brampton celebrates National Public Works Week (May 16 to May 20, 2016) by raising public awareness of our services and activities related to the maintenance and operations of roads (road construction, snow removal, traffic signs and traffic signals) as well as public parks (pathways, trees and playgrounds). It also recognized the hard work and dedication of public works professionals in our community.
The City of Brampton is running a poster contest open to all Brampton elementary children in Grades 1 to 3. To view contest rules and entry form, click here.
Submissions will be judged on their representation of the theme of National Public Works Week, "Public Works Always There", as well as the public works services provided by the City of Brampton.
The winner will be recognized for their efforts and their artwork will be used on promotional items throughout the 2016 National Public Works Week.