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​Brampton Tree Month​

September is Brampton Tree Month​Come and celebrate #BramptonTrees all month long with us. 

Connect with us on social media (Twitter, Instagram​, Facebook)
Follow us and learn more about trees and Brampton's urban forest. Snap photos of your favourite tree or trees in Brampton and share them on social media using #BramptonTrees for a chance to be featured on our channels @CityBrampton and website at 

Residential Tree Giveaway (Registration is now open​)
In celebration of our first Brampton Tree Month, Brampton residents can register for a free tree! Quantities are limited. Trees are restricted to one per household and can be planted on private property only (front or back yards). Residents must register to participate and agree to certain conditions. Trees will be available for pickup in-person the weekend of September 25. Find out more here​.

Celebrate Trees with Canada!
Celebrate National Forest Week (September 19th-25th) and National Tree Day (September 22nd) with the rest of Canada by participating in events and activities lead by Tree Canada and the Canadian Institute of Forestry.

Learn all about trees and participate in Tree Month by checking out our webpages and handy tree resources – or tree-sources! See below under LEARN MORE.

Get involved through our Partners
Get involved and check out these amazing tree and urban forest related programs and events through Credit Valley Conservation and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Credit Valley Conservation (CVC)
Events: ​
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)

Brampton Tree Month is an action of Brampton One Million Trees​ which is sponsored by the Canadian National Railway (CN).



The City of Brampton is seeking resident input for the new Official Plan!

Learn more about the official plan and take the official plan's Environment and Sustainability Survey to have your say on how our community grows and develops.​

Tell us what you think of Brampton’s natural spaces for a chance to win a prize!

Click here​ to fill out the Natural Heritage and Stormwater Survey.​

Council proclaims September as Brampton Tree Month!

​See official Proclamation here​

New tree brochure now available!

​Check out our new tree brochure​ for tips on tree planting, tree care, and native trees.

Have You Recently Planted a Tree? Let us Know!

As part of the Brampton One Million Trees program, the City launched an online tree planting tracker map to help monitor and report progress toward achieving the goal of one million new tree​s in Brampton by 2040. Check out the map below to see where people have planted trees starting in 2020. If you've recently planted a tree, click here to record it on the map.