Credit Valley — Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDigital Doors Open Brampton

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Credit Valley — Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

What once was underdeveloped is now a bustling suburban community. Residents have access to commercial properties, recreational parks, and pathways and natural spaces like the Churchville and Springbrook Tributary. One defining element of this vibrant community is Teramoto Park, named after the first Japanese family to move to the City of Brampton. The Nurturing Neighbourhoods Program aims to connect residents with resources, improve civic engagement and empower residents to play an active role in enhancing their neighbourhood. We want to have meaningful conversations in our neighbourhoods. As part of Digital Doors Open, residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about their neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools. Though the city is there to support, the strongest neighbourhoods are made by the people who actually live there.

Contact info

Start at the David Suzuki Secondary School, 45 Daviselm Drive
Brampton, Ontario


Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

Mar 02, 12:54am - Mar 02, 12:54am