The Bramalea neighbourhood was Canada’s first satellite city, a master-planned development designed as a self-contained community with places to live, work and play. Built in the 1970s, Bramalea embodies a perfect example of a complete community with desired amenities within walking distance from its residential areas. Near to transit, the neighbourhood includes a large shopping centre and robust parkland trail systems. One of the unique features of Bramalea is its neighbourhood divisions. It has pockets of neighbourhoods where all streets begin with the same letter. The N-Section of Bramalea boasts some city gems, including Bramalea Ltd. Community Park, with direct access to Franceschini Bridge! During Digital Doors Open, discover this vibrant neighbourhood, which features the Bramalea Ltd. Community Park and Dog Park, and the colourful Franceschini Bridge. The community park features two soccer fields, two baseball diamonds, walking trails, a playground and a leash-free dog park. Located over Highway 410, the colourful Franceschini Bridge connects the Bramalea Community Park to Esker Lake Trail for pedestrians and cyclists. Don’t forget to take a selfie on this colourful mural.
- Digital Doors Open
Contact infoStart at the Bramalea Community Garden and Dog Park, 1030 Williams Parkway
ArchitectureYear built: Various
Landscape: Landscape, Park
Dates/hours openFriday January 1 – Friday December 31, 2021
Part of Digital Doors Open Brampton