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April is Earth Month in Brampton

Invest in our planet with the City of Brampton as we recognize Earth Month. 

The City of Brampton is offering events and activities all month with an aim to create a more sustainable and green future. Programming will culminate with an Earth Day Environmental Celebration on Saturday, April 22.  

Parks Clean Up Program 

The Parks Cleanup Program launches April 1 and runs until November 1. Schools can register for a School Challenge, to help clean up City of Brampton parks. Participating schools will be eligible for a draw to win a $1,000 gift certificate from the Outdoor Learning Store. 

Community Clean Ups

Community Cleanup hosted by Ecosource
April 15, 2023 1-4pm
Knightsbridge Park 

Community Cleanup hosted by Toronto Region Conservation Authority
April 22, 2023 10am-12pm
Loafers Lake 

Community Cleanup hosted by the City of Brampton Parks Department
April 29, 2023 10am-12pm
Kiwanis Park
Spring clean ups are generously sponsored by Alectra Inc. and CN. For more information on the parks cleanup program and community clean ups visit

City of Brampton Earth Day Celebration and Climate Change Exhibition

Join us at Norton Place Park on April 22 for the second annual Earth Day Celebration. Speak to local environmental groups, take part in the Climate Change Exhibition, with tree and seed giveaways and other family-friendly activities. A free lunch will be provided upon registration for the event. Register at 

To promote the City’s first Climate Change Adaptation Plan, the City will be hosting a Climate Change Exhibition. Come hear from guest speakers, take part in a live mural painting, and see climate-related artwork created by residents. The Climate Change Exhibition will also announce the winner of the Climate Change Art Competition. 

Earth Day Celebration and Climate Change Exhibition
April 22, 12-4 pm 
Norton Place Park

Earth Day 2023 is generously sponsored by CN and the GTAA. Parking space is limited. Please consider taking Brampton Transit, cycling or walking to support sustainable actions for Earth Day.
Community Tree Planting
April 22, in partnership with Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
Gore Meadows Community Centre, 9:30 am - 12 pm 

April 23, hosted by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) 
Andrew McCandless Park 9:30 am-12 pm 

Tree plantings are generously sponsored by CN.

Residential Tree Giveaway

April 22 
Gore Meadows, 10 am-12 pm
Norton Park Place, 1-3 pm 

April 23 
Andrew McCandless Park, 10 am-12 pm
Fred Kline Park, 1-3 pm

Tree Giveaways are generously sponsored by CN and Paradise Developments.

Pre-registration is required for all Earth Day celebrations, tree planting and tree giveaway events. 
As a countdown to Earth Month, the City of Brampton took part in Earth Hour this year on March 25, as part the City’s Zero Carbon Strategy, to reduce Brampton’s carbon footprint and to protect our planet. Shutting off lights at many Brampton facilities for this one-hour period, from 8:30 to 9:30 pm, signifies our participation and solidarity to the cause. 
For more information visit 


“We all have a role to play in creating a greener and more sustainable future. We are thrilled to be part of an already beautiful and thriving community, and we’re leveraging that in our Climate Change Adaptation Plan. Join us in April as we celebrate spring and plant those seeds for a better future with our tree giveaways, learning opportunities and community tree planting initiatives.” 

- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton 


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