Public Art

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Public Art is recognized by the City of Brampton as a valuable tool in building vibrant, prosperous and inclusive cities, which are attractive to residents, businesses, investors, and visitors. The City is engaged in stewarding its current public art collection, while also engaging in meaningful placemaking opportunities each year which produce new public art initiatives, activations and interventions.

Work under the Public Art portfolio supports the City of Brampton's Culture Master Plan​.


Brampton Fire Station #211 Mural Now on View

​Brampton-born artist Pam Lostracco's mural, Countryside Drive-by, has transformed the facade of the fire station responding to its architecture and surrounding agricultural landscape.

Brampton Traffic Box Pilot Project Now on View

​Five traffic control boxes along Queen Street east are wrapped with art from ACCIDA's Postcard Project – Your Artist Story.
CLICK to provide your feedback on this Public Art Project.

Beyond The Plate Exhibition Now on View

Brampton-based artist, Meegan Lim, has transformed six storefronts along Main Street North with food-themed murals inspired by Brampton’s diverse food culture.
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​Calls for Submission​


The City of Brampton, Ontario, invites professional artists and art​ist-led teams to submit proposals to create a new Brampton Fire and Emergency Services Memorial. ​

The Memorial will honour Brampton’s fire and emergency services workers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. The Memorial site will be at the new Brampton Fire and Emergency Services Headquarters and Training Centre (BFES HQ-TC) located at 425 Chrysler Drive, Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Currently, the building was completed in the fall of 2022, with the Memorial Garden and landscape scheduled for completion in the fall of 2024. 

Fire and emergency services workers face inherent dangers in the course of their duties that can, unfortunately, lead to the loss of their lives. Over 1,300 firefighters have died in the line of duty since 1848, according to the Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Remember, honour and support are widely regarded as the three pillars to recognize the line of duty deaths (LODDs) in the fire service.

For more information on this opportunity, download the full Call to Artists​.
Additional Site Images can be downloaded here​.

Submissions will be accepted until 2:00 pm on March 31, 2023.
Questions can be directed to​

The Collection

The City of Brampton has a growing municipal public art collection that includes work in various mediums and categories, created by artists with diverse backgrounds and pers​pectives.  

Types of artworks in the collection include. 

Civic Monuments & Memorials: Special artworks intended to honour individuals, groups or events of significant importance to Brampton.

Permanent Public Artworks: These artworks enhance a public space, in a long-term and enduring way.

Temporary Public Art Projects: These projects enhance a public space in a short-term, temporary way.

Murals: These artworks are found on wall-based canvases around Brampton.

Learn more about the works in the collection below. 


Cultural Services
Brampton City Hall
2 Wellington St W, Brampton