Brampton’s City Council is composed of the Mayor and ten Councillors. They are elected to Council for a four-year term.
The Mayor is elected by voters from all parts of the City.
Councillors are elected by voters within their specific wards.
The Mayor and six of the Councillors represent the City as members of the Region of Peel Council.
City Council considers recommendations from its committees and makes decisions about matters that are local government responsibilities.
There are two standing committees that provide a forum for public input and make recommendations to council concerning the services and operations of the municipality. All Councillors are members of the two standing committees of Council:
Committee of Council | Planning, Design and Development Committee
Council may at any time establish and appoint other committees for specific purposes, and appoint representatives to the boards of external agencies.
Information is available about the membership and mandate of current committees from the list in the left navigation panel.