Saturday, March 25, 2023
8:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Join the hundreds of millions of people, businesses and governments around the world that unite each year to support this massive environmental event. Turn off your lights for one hour and help shine a light on climate action.
The City of Brampton has participated in Earth Hour since 2008 by turning off all non-essential lights. We encourage residents and businesses to be a part of this grassroots movement.
Lighting affecting public safety, security and services - such as streetlights, traffic lights, park pathway lighting and parking lot lights at City facilities will remain on.
Brampton Fire & Emergency Services recommends that you use flashlights and battery-powered lanterns during this time.
If you use candles, please:
- Use sturdy candleholders. Ones with glass shades or chimneys are best.
- Keep candles safely away from anything that can burn.
- Keep candles and matches away from children.
- Do not leave a lit candle unattended.
- Blow out the candle if you leave the room.
Participating City Facilities
- A & M Fire Apparatus Building
- Susan Fennell Sportsplex
- Save Max Sportsplex
- Brampton Transit
- Cassie Campbell Recreation Centre
- Century Gardens Recreation Centre
- Chinguacousy Wellness Centre
- City Hall & West Tower
- Civic Centre
- Flower City Seniors Centre
- Gore Meadows Community Centre and Library
- Loafer’s Lake Recreation Centre
- POA Courthouse
- Rose Theatre
- Terry Miller Recreation Centre
- Williams Parkway Works Operation
Go Beyond the Hour and Support Earth Hour Year-Round
- Make your home energy efficient.
- Make healthy and sustainable food choices.
- Reduce, reuse and recycle.
- Consider walking, riding or using public transport instead of driving.
- Spread the word about Earth Hour to your friends and family.
About Earth Hour
Led by WWF, Earth Hour has grown from a symbolic event in one city to the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment.