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City of Brampton offers Spring reminder on parking and property standards

As spring begins, the City of Brampton is offering a reminder that all have a role to play in upholding bylaws and standards to maintain the quality of our city. 

The City of Brampton’s bylaws act as a guide that help everyone enjoy clean and safe neighbourhoods and maintain shared public spaces.  

Residents are being asked to be a good neighbour by:
- Keeping the sidewalk clear, vehicles blocking sidewalks or streets are not permitted 
- Keeping excessive noise down, regulations on noise and nuisances helps create and maintain harmonious communities
- Maintaining yard spaces to meet property standards, ensuring a clean and tidy state, free from unsightly and hazardous condition
- Not parking on city streets between the hours of 2-6am, or for more than three hours at a time unless a parking consideration has been obtained

The City of Brampton’s Bylaw Enforcement division ensures that residents adhere to the City’s bylaws related to public property offences, such as snow removal, excessive loud music and parking infractions, amongst a variety of others. The unit strives to maintain the safety of the public as they use roads, sidewalks, parks and other common public spaces.

The Property Standards section is responsible for the enforcement of private property offences, in order to ensure residents maintain their properties. Inspectors work to address excess grass and weed growth, as well as garbage and debris complaints.
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“We all have a role to play in ensuring a healthy and seamless spring season. Our City of Brampton by-law team works year-round to keep our community safe and clean. As the warmer weather returns, we can assist the team in ensuring we can all enjoy our neighbourhoods by maintaining property standards and abiding noise and parking bylaws.” 
-          Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton  
“As we welcome warmer weather and get outdoors, there are a few key things we can do to be a good neighbour and create safe spaces where all can thrive. Please help us take care of our city and community by being mindful of noise creation, where you’re parking and your overall property maintenance. A little goes a long way in ensuring we’re all looked after.”
-          Rowena Santos, Regional Councillor, Wards 1 & 5; Chair, Legislative Services


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Media Relations, City of Brampton