Brampton residents can have their say on snow removal, parking and more at virtual town hall meeting
Published January 12, 2022 at 11:58 am
Two Brampton city councillors will be answering questions from residents at virtual town hall meeting later this month.
On Tuesday Jan. 25, Councillors Jeff Bowman and Martin Medeiros will be responding to feedback on snow removal, parking and small business support at the digital roundtable meeting.
The virtual town hall starts at 7:00 p.m. on Jan. 25, and you can register for the event online, with guests able to send their questions to the councillors ahead of the meeting.
Residents of Wards 3 & 4 are invited to join @councillorjeff & I, for an online Town Hall meeting on Jan. 25th, 2022 @ 7pm as we discuss the support for business, snow removal & the new #Parking Plan Strategy.
Register at:https://t.co/JXBMe5r7d7#Brampton #Brampoli #townhall pic.twitter.com/QsC0tQt2im
— Martin Medeiros #StayingHomeSavesLives (@medeiros_martin) January 12, 2022
Brampton is reviewing its parking strategy to identify the future needs of residents and businesses, while also improving infrastructure planning.
The city is also holding a virtual event on Thursday, Jan. 13, for residents and stakeholders to give input on the city’s parking plan.
To register for the event and fill out an online survey visit brampton.ca/parkingplan.
Feedback on the parking plan from the community will help develop “complete, healthy, walkable communities” while ensuring the needs and safety of all road users are considered, the city said.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising