BRAMPTON, ON (May 12, 2020) – The Mayor’s Reopening and Recovery Working Group has begun community engagement to ensure that the City’s reopening meets the service and safety needs of the public and staff.
This will include a series of consultations with specific user groups, businesses and community groups. On May 13, the first of such consultations will be held with sports groups.
The Brampton community is also invited to share their feedback by participating in a newly launched Reopening and Recovery survey available online here
, or by connecting through email at email@example.com
Led by Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros and with guidance from the Brampton Emergency Management Office, the working group will focus on reopening City facilities in a safe and measured way. The group will advise on processes to guide the specialized COVID-19 task forces during the phased return so that residents, businesses and employees continue to receive the support they need.
For more information on the City’s response to COVID-19, visit www.brampton.ca/COVID19
“Developing plans for our eventual reopening and recovery of the City relies on close collaboration with our partners and the guidance of the Province and Peel Public Health. Our goal is to establish a coordinated response that maintains momentum in preventing the spread of COVID-19. I am grateful for our community’s hard work and commitment and ask for their ongoing support as we continue our response.”
- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton
“Work is well underway on establishing a safe, measured plan for the City’s gradual reopening and recovery. We’re relying on the community’s continued support and feedback as we move forward in this process. I am looking forward to having meaningful discussions with City stakeholders that will help shape our plans and ensure a comprehensive approach.”
- Martin Medeiros, Regional Councillor, Wards 3 & 4; Lead, Mayor’s Reopening and Recovery Working Group, City of Brampton
“Since the onset of COVID-19, the City has significantly changed its service and program delivery. Looking towards the eventual reopening and resumption of operations, our focus remains the same – our community’s wellbeing. Our aim is to carefully balance the needs of residents and all City stakeholders while prioritizing health and safety.”
- David Barrick, Chief Administrative Officer, City of Brampton
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