Parks and Recreation Master Plan

Project Launch – Parks and Recreation Master Plan 2016/2017

​The City of Brampton is pleased to announce the official launch of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The Master Plan will guide the delivery of parks, open space, sports and recreation facilities for the City, over the next 15 years.

We invite you to join us for this free event.

When: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Time: 4:30 to 6 pm
Where: Cassie Campbell Community Centre

Come and learn more about the Parks and Recreation Master Plan and how to get involved in our planning process. We have an exciting line-up of speakers and exhibitors scheduled to highlight the variety of services and stakeholders within parks and recreation.

Speakers and special guests to be announced shortly.

To register or for more information please visit


Parks and Recreation Master Plan 2016/2017 – Report to Council

On May 25, 2015 a presentation and report was presented to the Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee that outlined the project. This project was approved through the 2015 Capital Budget and a staff recommendation was endorsed by Council to allocate funding to assist in the development of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan for the City of Brampton.
On February 22, 2016 a second presentation and report was presented at Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee. This report gave an overview of the current status of the project including introducing the consultant team, outlining the Community Engagement Plan and project timelines.
For more information about the Parks and Recreation Master Plan -
Telephone: 3-1-1

2008 Parks, Culture & Recreation Master Plan

On November 5, 2008, the Committee of Council passed a resolution that simply "received" the Strategic Master Plan Report. Given Council’s decision, it means that both the Consolidated Background Technical Report and the Strategic Master Plan Report is reserved for "internal reference only". It is used by staff as a guide in the planning and programming of parks, culture and recreation services, but cannot be released publicly. More information on the 2008 Parks, Culture & Recreation Master Plan can be found here.