As part of our ongoing Budget engagement process, The Office of Community Engagement is organizing a variety of virtual and in-person events for Brampton community members to participate in. We want to hear your ideas about Budget 2016! Please get involved by attending one of the following events.
Tele Town Halls
A series of 5 Tele Town Halls will be hosted by the City. This a live forum and will include a question and answer session, opportunities to respond to polling questions, and the option to leave a message at the end of the event. Please note: If you have a landline, you will be automatically called. If you have a cell phone, you must pre-register by clicking here.
All Tele Town Halls are from 7pm – 9pm.
September 21 – Wards 9 & 10
Regional Councillor Sprovieri and City Councillor Dhillon
September 24 – Wards 1 & 5
Regional Councillor Moore and Regional Councillor Gibson
September 28 – Wards 7 & 8
Regional Councillor Miles and City Councillor Fortini
September 29 – Wards 2 & 6
Regional Councillor Palleschi and City Councillor Whillans
October 8 – Wards 3 & 4
Regional Councillor Medeiros and City Councillor Bowman
We’re setting up booths at various locations around the city to talk with the public, ask questions, and listen to feedback. Drop by and talk to us ‑- we’d love to hear from you!
Upcoming events where you can find our pop-up booth:
Mt. Pleasant Farmers’ Market
Location: Mount Pleasant Village Square, 100 Commuter Drive
Date: Thursday, Sept. 17th
Downtown Farmers’ Market
Location: Main Street North between Nelson Street and Queen Street, to Main Street South, between Queen Street and Wellington Street
Date: Saturday, Sept. 19th
Time: 7am – 1pm
55+ Information Fair
Location: Flower City Seniors’ Recreation Centre, 8870 McLaughlin Rd
Date: Wednesday, Sept. 30th
Time: 9am – 12pm
Information courtesy of the City of Brampton