As part of being an open and accessible government, the City of Brampton encourages public participation in its decision-making process. Help us make important decisions. Tell us what you think.
Here are a few ways to get involved in City matters.
Attend public meetings.
Notices of public meetings are published here.
The Mayor, Councillors or City staff may host public meetings to share information about a topic of particular interest to the community and find out what the public thinks. Public meetings and informal information sessions are also part of the development application review process
Attend decision-making meetings of Council.
Agendas are published here.
Council and its committee meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend. For information about what to expect, refer to frequently asked questions below, or contact the City Clerk's office.
Other ways to be involved
City news releases and publications are available here
Council meetings are broadcast on Rogers TV (Cable 10) and available on Rogers Video.
Council creates advisory committees and appoints the members from the community. When there are vacant positions to be filled by Council appointments, the City Clerk publishes a public notice
inviting residents of Brampton who are Canadian citizens and 18 years of age or older to apply.
The next municipal election is October 27, 2014. Find out how you can get involved here.