Recovery: Reopenings and Closures

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As of June 11, 2021, Brampton enters Step One of Roadmap to Reopen. Outdoor limits on events, gatherings capped at 10 people; patio dining allowed; non-essential retail can open with 15% capacity; in-person day camps for children permitted. Read more.

Outdoor recreational amenities are open and outdoor social gatherings and organized public events allowed with maximum five people.

As of September 9, 2020 the City’s corporate offices are open for appointment-based, in-person services. Some services are available via www.brampton.ca/skiptheline, for others, review the list of what’s open and closed by clicking below on “Current Reopening & Closures” and select the type of services.

Safety is a joint responsibility. The City of Brampton has and will continue to implement enhanced measures at our facilities. These are aligned with guidance from the government, public health, legislation, and the City’s corporate policies. These protocols help protect, prevent, and mitigate potential risks to individuals, including visitors, contractors, customers and employees.

For information about the current shutdown, click here.

As of June 11, 2021, Brampton enters Step One of Roadmap to Reopen. Outdoor limits on events, gatherings capped at 10 people; patio dining allowed; non-essential retail can open with 15% capacity; in-person day camps for children permitted. Read more.

Outdoor recreational amenities are open and outdoor social gatherings and organized public events allowed with maximum five people.

As of September 9, 2020 the City’s corporate offices are open for appointment-based, in-person services. Some services are available via www.brampton.ca/skiptheline, for others, review the list of what’s open and closed by clicking below on “Current Reopening & Closures” and select the type of services.

Safety is a joint responsibility. The City of Brampton has and will continue to implement enhanced measures at our facilities. These are aligned with guidance from the government, public health, legislation, and the City’s corporate policies. These protocols help protect, prevent, and mitigate potential risks to individuals, including visitors, contractors, customers and employees.

For information about the current shutdown, click here.