Council and Committees

The Brampton City Crest 

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 also represent the City as members of the Region of Peel Council.

Council is the decision-making body.  It considers recommendations from its committees and makes decisions about matters that are local government responsibilities

Committee meetings provide members the opportunity for discussion and public input, prior to making recommendations to Council concerning the services and operations of the municipality. For a list of committees established by this Council, refer to membership and mandates.

The current committee structure is also illustrated below. 

 

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 Council Committee Structure

 

Approved: December 17, 2014

Note: As part of the new structure effective December 17, 2014, Council's two former Standing Committees (Committee of Council and Planning, Design and Development Committee) have been replaced by four new Standing Committees shown below.