​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The City of Brampton is one of four levels of government providing services for residents. Local government services are funded primarily by property taxes, user fees or other non-tax revenue, such as parking fines.

The City also receives fundin​g for some services from the Provincial and Federal governments.

Learn about property taxes and the City's annual budget.​

Local Municipal Government

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City of Brampton's responsibilities

Find your City Councillor.

Call 311 anytime you have a question about municipal services. It is available in many languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Interpretation is available.

Local Regional Government

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Region of Peel's responsibilities

Find your Regional Councillor.

Call 211 to link to non-emergency community, health, social and government services. It is available in many languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Provincial Government​

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Province of Ontario's responsibilities

  • Administration of justice
  • Culture and tourism
  • Education, including post-secondary institutions
  • Highways
  • Hospitals
  • Natural resources and environment
  • Prisons
  • Property and civil rights in Ontario
  • Social services

The provincial legislature also has power over all municipal institutions in the province. There are 444 municipalities in Ontario.

Brampton Members of Provincial Parliament:

Federal Government

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Government of Canada's responsibilities

  • Census
  • Citizenship
  • Copyright
  • Criminal law
  • Employment insurance
  • Foreign policy
  • Money and banking
  • National defense
  • Post office
  • Regulation of trade and commerce

Brampton Members of Parliament: