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Celebrate National Public Works Week with the City of Brampton

BRAMPTON, ON (May 21, 2019) – Road construction, snow removal, traffic signals, crossing guards, park maintenance and public playgrounds: the City’s Public Works and Engineering department maintains it all to help keep Brampton running.

National Public Works Week runs from May 21–24 and recognizes the hard work and dedication of public works professionals in our community. The City of Brampton celebrates by building awareness of how our public works services affect the community every day, with a number of fun and engaging activities throughout the week. Brampton kicks off its celebrations with an opening ceremony and flag raising on Tuesday, May 21, at 9 am in the Brampton City Hall Atrium and Ken Whillans Square.

The City’s National Public Works events include:

• Loader Challenge
Tuesday May 21, 8 am to 3 pm
Williams Parkway Yard (1975 Williams Parkway)

• Public Open House
Tuesday May 21 and Wednesday, May 22, 10 am to 2 pm
Williams Parkway Yard (1975 Williams Parkway) and Sandalwood Parkway Works Yard (120 Sandalwood Parkway West)

• Staff Bus Pull Challenge
Thursday, May 23, 10 am to 12 pm
Wellington Street (Main Street to George Street)

For a detailed list of all events running throughout the week, please click here.


"Public works professionals play such an important role in our everyday lives. They create physical connections by building and maintaining roads, sidewalks and bridges, and they create social ones by bringing people together to plant trees, looking after our beautiful parks where people gather and play, and helping children cross busy streets to get to school. This annual event is a way for us to thank the people who work tirelessly to keep Brampton moving."

- Mayor Patrick Brown
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Natalie Stogdill
Senior Advisor, Public Relations, City of Brampton
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