Beat the heat with splash pads and cooling centres now open in Brampton

Published June 2, 2023 at 9:01 am


Brampton is under a heat warning for the second day in a row but the City has more ways for you to keep your cool when temperatures rise.

Environment Canada has issued another heat warning for Brampton and says to expect a daytime high of up to 32º C on Friday (June 2). Temperatures will bit a bit overnight to the high teens before cooler temperatures return on Saturday.

But those looking for a break from the heat wave can get some relief at one of the City’s splash pads, pools or cooling centres.

Splash pads and wading pools

Splash pads in Brampton are now open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day, weather permitting, with over a dozen splash pads across the city.

The Chinguacousy Park Wading Pool will also be open on the weekends starting on Saturday and will open daily for the season on June 29.

For more information on splash pads and pools click here.

Heat Relief Stations

The City has also opened heat relief stations in all public access buildings during regular business hours, including Brampton Civic Centre, City Hall, recreation centres and libraries.

Tips to stay cool

Residents are encouraged to restrict outdoor activity and to stay out of the sun when possible, drink lots of water and take shelter in air-conditioned places or shaded areas.

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