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City seeking feedback on Parks and Recreation Master Plan

The City of Brampton’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan guides the delivery of parks, open space, recreation and sport facilities with the goal of promoting an active and engaged community where attention to personal and public health is paramount. 

In 2017, Brampton City Council endorsed the Parks and Recreation Master Plan (PRMP). As the City grows and evolves, Brampton is undertaking a fulsome review of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan to address current and future needs and priorities. 

The online community survey is open until May 21. To take the survey click here. 

Beyond the survey, the City of Brampton is hosting a series of in-person engagement sessions. 

Save the dates

Parks and Recreation Master Plan Public Engagement Opportunities 

Wednesday, April 26 
Save Max Sports Centre, 4-6pm

Wednesday, April 26 
Cassie Campbell Community Centre, 7-9pm
Thursday, May 4 
Gore Meadows Community Centre, 6-8pm

As the draft plan is developed, further engagement opportunities will be available. For more information and details regarding additional engagement sessions, visit​


“Our public spaces and recreation programming continues to evolve as we grow as a city. Your feedback is crucial as we work to offer the best amenities that will be used for years to come, adding to and improving on our already incredible network of parks, trails and community centres. Creating vibrant and thriving spaces that will serve as the backdrop for a healthy, thriving community is a priority for the City of Brampton.” 

- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton

“Creating opportunities for placemaking, for residents to enjoy greenspace and to access programming is essential to healthy communities. Please help us shape what the future of parks and recreation looks like in Brampton as we work to offer amenities for all, whether you’re accessing trails, playing team sports or taking swimming lessons we want to ensure the needs of our growing community continue to be met.”
- Rowena Santos, Regional Councillor, Wards 1 and 5; Chair, Community Services, City of Brampton


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Media Relations, City of Brampton