Reopening and Recovery Working Group

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Councillor Medeiros Facebook Live Q&A with Dr. Loh, October 22


The City of Brampton’s Reopening and Recovery Working Group was set up to provide guidance and plan the process for reopening of City facilities and gradual resumption of impacted programs and services.

The Working Group is led by Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros, and guided by Peel Public Health, the Governments of Ontario and Canada. The Group also collaborates among the City’s four Mayor’s Task Forces to ensure that their work is effectively transitioned or connected to the ongoing business of the City as we re-open.

As of September 9, 2020 City corporate facilities are open for specific appointment-based services. Details available here. Walk-ins are not permitted.

The Working Group conducted a series of stakeholder consultations with residents, businesses, user groups and more to ensure that the City’s re-opening meets the service and safety needs of the public and staff.

Let's all do our part and beat COVID-19. We will emerge from this pandemic, resilient and more determined to protect the health, safety and well-being of our community and strengthen our economy.

What you can expect

  • Measured and systematic process: Striking the right balance between supporting our economy and keeping public safety first place.

  • Shaped by the community: Consultations with sports, arts user groups, businesses, residents associations and more will be held. Details to come.

  • Informed decisions: Rooted in data, trends, and input from all available resources, the Group will compile and recommend appropriate action.

Have questions or comments you want us to consider? Call 311 or Email Covid19ReopenCity@brampton.ca.

Councillor Medeiros Facebook Live Q&A with Dr. Loh, October 22


The City of Brampton’s Reopening and Recovery Working Group was set up to provide guidance and plan the process for reopening of City facilities and gradual resumption of impacted programs and services.

The Working Group is led by Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros, and guided by Peel Public Health, the Governments of Ontario and Canada. The Group also collaborates among the City’s four Mayor’s Task Forces to ensure that their work is effectively transitioned or connected to the ongoing business of the City as we re-open.

As of September 9, 2020 City corporate facilities are open for specific appointment-based services. Details available here. Walk-ins are not permitted.

The Working Group conducted a series of stakeholder consultations with residents, businesses, user groups and more to ensure that the City’s re-opening meets the service and safety needs of the public and staff.

Let's all do our part and beat COVID-19. We will emerge from this pandemic, resilient and more determined to protect the health, safety and well-being of our community and strengthen our economy.

What you can expect

  • Measured and systematic process: Striking the right balance between supporting our economy and keeping public safety first place.

  • Shaped by the community: Consultations with sports, arts user groups, businesses, residents associations and more will be held. Details to come.

  • Informed decisions: Rooted in data, trends, and input from all available resources, the Group will compile and recommend appropriate action.

Have questions or comments you want us to consider? Call 311 or Email Covid19ReopenCity@brampton.ca.