Have Your Say Body ContentKey highlights of the 2018-2020 Proposed Budget are outlined below. Additional details are provided here. We welcome your feedback on the form provided. Stronger fire response8 new and replacement fire trucks over three years Continue to invest in fire prevention, fire training and education officers A fully centralized fire campus which will include space for: A fire station A training facility An emergency operations centre A new headquarters Improving your rideIncreasing fleet of transit buses by 16% over three years Add 31 new buses to provide conventional transit service in growth areas Add 34 new Züm buses to expand bus rapid transit and provide connections to regional transit services such as Malton GO Station near Pearson Airport Continue to invest in existing fleet through refurbishment and replacement as required New university for our youth’s futureA transformative project, benefiting the entire community City is contributing up to $50 million over 10 years for apost-secondary facility City will invest up to $100 million for a joint-use centre foreducation, innovation and collaboration Based on significant student enrollment, a university and a centre for education, innovation and collaboration could have a construction impact of 2,530 new jobs, an ongoing impact of 1,875 jobs, and generate annual student and visitor spending of $33 million. A more active BramptonLaunch STEM (Engineering and Robotic) recreation programs for ages 3 to 14 Expand and improve community centres in theBramalea area Implement new program registration software to improve functionality and ease of use for staff and the public Lively community space in downtown Brampton Create a new streetscape that will bring pedestrians and cyclists together in a safe and a sustainable manner Invest $30 million to complete the Downtown Reimagined project Please note: The fields marked * are mandatory.Which of these priorities matter the most to you?Stronger fire responseNew university for our youth’s futureLively community space in downtown BramptonImproving your rideA more active BramptonHow important is it to maintain existing and new infrastructure?Not ImportantSomewhat ImportantVery ImportantDo you have a question or comment about any of these priorities or other services?Contact InfoNameAddressPostal CodeEmailPhone Submit Reset Cancel PrintPrivacy Statement Personal information is being collected under the authority of the Municipal Act. The information will only be used to communicate with you regarding your inquiry. Questions about this collection may be directed to Service Brampton by calling 311 (within Brampton city limits) or 905.874.2000 (outside city limits). Please review the City’s Privacy statement for more information.