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Digital Doors Open Brampton

Explore some traditional Doors Open Brampton sites without having to leave home. The following sites offer virtual tours, videos and images that will engage people of all ages.

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ABCD Section – Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

ABCD Section – Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

ABCD Section – Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The ABCD Section is a significant portion of the north Bramalea area that functions as a small city. The community contains a civic centre, a major transportation hub, a regional shopping centre and a multi-purpose park. The ABCD Section in particular contains a significant portion of Brampton’s industrial land space, which plays a vital role towards the well-being, culture and economic prosperity of the city. While each section can be defined as its own neighbourhood, the proximity of their geographies means that these sections are supported by similar amenities, such as schools, parks and trails. 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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

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Start at Victoria Park (A Section)
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

AlderleaDoors Open Brampton

Alderlea

Alderlea, meaning meadow of alder trees, is a well preserved heritage building, built at the height of the Victorian era. It is one of the finest examples of Italianate villa architecture in Ontario. The property also holds tremendous landmark status on an elevated terrace overlooking Gage Park. Following careful restoration for adaptive reuse, this 19th-century mansion has plenty to offer. Check out the video below and see how the house has been adapted for use as a heritage venue.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

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40 Elizabeth Street South
Brampton, Ontario
https://thealderlea.ca

Architecture

Year built: 1867
Building type: Historical landmark
Architect: Taylor Hazel (2009-13 renovations)

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Beaux Arts BramptonDoors Open Brampton

Beaux Arts Brampton

Operating since 2002, this volunteer-driven, artist-run gallery serves as a premiere exhibition space for emerging and established visual and multimedia artists and photographers. Beaux Arts features bright gallery spaces, a boutique gift shop, and creative business studios. The centre unites artist members and the creative audience in the spirit of fostering and celebrating the arts. As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about the gallery in the video below.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

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70-74 Main Street North
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.beauxartsbrampton.org

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Bramalea N-Section - Nurturing NeighbourhoodsDoors Open Brampton

Bramalea N-Section - Nurturing Neighbourhoods

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
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

Start at the Bramalea Community Garden and Dog Park, 1030 Williams Parkway
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Brampton Downtown Heritage WalkDoors Open Brampton

Brampton Downtown Heritage Walk

Downtown Brampton has much to offer – and one of the best ways to see it is on foot. Or, during Digital Doors Open, on foot by video. Join tour guide Steve Collie – member of the Brampton Heritage Board and the Brampton Historical Society – for an informative and enlightening guided tour. Starting at the historical Four Corners, Collie takes you back in time by visiting many sites in Downtown Brampton. As well, you will learn about some of Brampton’s unique history – from the annual flooding of its main streets to devastating fires, from suspected hauntings to hidden architectural features, from Vaudeville theatres to underground bank vaults.

  • Digital Doors Open
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Start at the Four Corners, Queen Street East and Main Street North
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Brampton Fire Services Apparatus and Maintenance FacilityDoors Open Brampton

Brampton Fire Services Apparatus and Maintenance Facility

Brampton's Fire and Emergency Services responds to over 20,000 calls every year. The Fire Services Apparatus and Maintenance Facility is where they come for repairs and ongoing equipment maintenance. This LEED-certified building opened in 2017 and provides ongoing support for all of the fire trucks and equipment used by Brampton's 13 fire stations. In addition, you'll find training facilities and a repair bay that can accommodate up to 18 vehicles at the same time - with a hoist that can lift up to 75,000 pounds! See for yourself. Take a virtual tour of Brampton's Fire Department Services Apparatus and Maintenance Facility in the video below.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly

Contact info

52 Rutherford Road South
Brampton, Ontario
Email: scott.glew@brampton.ca

Architecture

Year built: 2017
Building type: Government building Green building

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Brampton Transit Sandalwood FacilityDoors Open Brampton

Brampton Transit Sandalwood Facility

Brampton is home to one of the fastest-growing transit systems in Canada, with ridership just over 31 million in 2019. Founded in 1976, Brampton Transit currently operates 70 routes, including five bus rapid transit lines (BRT), four express routes, 16 school routes, and one GO Transit shuttle route. In 2008, Brampton Transit officially opened the doors to its new Sandalwood Transit facility. This facility – featured in the video below – represents an award-winning transit system that focuses on customer service, provides seamless connections to GO Transit, the Toronto Transit Commission, York Region and Mississauga Transit – contributing to the growth of Brampton and its commitment to being a green city. During COVID-19, Brampton Transit continues to provide a critical service throughout Brampton and has implemented several safety measures to ensure that all riders and staff stay safe. Check their website for more information.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly

Contact info

130 Sandalwood Parkway
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.brampton.ca//EN/residents/transit/Pages/home.aspx

Architecture

Year built: 2008
Building type: Transportation

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Brampton's Recreational Trails, Parks and Conservation AreasDoors Open Brampton

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Brampton's Recreational Trails, Parks and Conservation Areas

Hike, bike, walk, run or cross-country ski along one of Brampton’s recreational trail systems, which offer more than 40 kilometres (24 miles) of guided and paved recreational trails throughout the city. Look for wayfinding signs along your route, and plan time to stop for new discoveries and adventures. Discover the best recreational trails in Brampton here – featuring the Etobicoke Creek Trail, Chinguacousy Recreational Trail, Don Doan Recreational Trail, Fletchers Creek Recreation Trail and Esker Lake Recreational Trail. These recreational trails also connect many of Brampton’s parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities. Did you know that Brampton has over 850 parks and multiple conservation areas? Learn more about them here. During Digital Doors Open, get outside and enjoy these spectacular locations! While outside, bring along the Nature Rubbings Activity and discover all the treasures that nature has to offer.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Activities and games
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

Choose from one of many sites, such as the Etobicoke Creek Trail, 30 Loafers Lake Lane
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Credit Valley - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

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

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Garden SquareDoors Open Brampton

Garden Square

Garden Square opened in the heart of downtown Brampton in 2006 as one of Brampton’s premier public spaces. It remains a gathering space that brings Bramptonians together, ignites civic pride, and acts as a catalyst for creativity for arts and culture programs, events and community-focused activities. As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below and enjoy highlights from Garden Square’s first-ever summer of virtual events. Many thanks to the artists and partners who embraced unique performance conditions, sponsors TD, Alectra and Algoma University for their support, and every audience member who joined in the festivities. #InGardenSquare

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Architecture

Year built: 2006

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Grace United ChurchDoors Open Brampton

Grace United Church

The beginning of this congregation goes back to 1822. The historical church, built as a Wesleyan Methodist Church in 1867 and extensively renovated in 1887, is the oldest church in Brampton. The exterior brickwork and bell tower of this Gothic revival building have been restored. The sanctuary has wonderful woodwork, a gallery with an intricate wrought-iron railing, and over 40 stained-glass windows. The beautiful Casavant pipe organ was installed in 1924, a gift from the Duggan family in memory of those who served in the First World War. In 1982, people from Grace United formed a non-profit group to build Grace Court, a seniors’ apartment building in downtown Brampton in recognition of the need for affordable seniors’ housing in the area. More recently, in 2009, the parts of the building outside of the sanctuary became a community hub known as Grace Place, where over 40 community groups deliver their programs and services to the people of Brampton. Grace Church today has become known as the church with a heart in the heart of the city. As part of Digital Doors Open, visit the Doors Open Brampton YouTube channel and learn about this extraordinary place, take a virtual sanctuary tour, hear all about the congregation’s 198-year history, and take a look at how the Casavant pipe organ works and what it sounds like.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

156 Main Street North
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.graceunitedbrampton.com

Architecture

Year built: 1867-89
Building type: Place of worship

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Green and Fall Colour Self-Guided TourDoors Open Brampton

Green and Fall Colour Self-Guided Tour

Brampton is home to many forested trails and destinations. As part of your Doors Open experience, go for a hike or a drive by following this self-guided tour to see the extraordinary beauty of Canada’s autumnal landscapes. Witness the leaves change up close by visiting one of Brampton’s recreational trails and destinations – including the Etobicoke Creek Recreational Trail, Chinguacousy Recreational Trail, White Spruce Park, Eldorado Park and Heart Lake Conservation Area. These pedestrian and cycling trails are a tranquil and scenic feature of this city. While outside, bring along the Nature Rubbings Activity and discover all the treasures that nature has to offer.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Activities and games
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

Start at Loafers Lake Park
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Heart Lake North - Nurturing NeighbourhoodsDoors Open Brampton

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Heart Lake North - Nurturing Neighbourhoods

The Heart Lake North neighbourhood provides great outdoor activities in nature for all to enjoy and experience. This neighbourhood features the Etobicoke Creek Trail – a space to enjoy outdoor recreation and the sounds of nature. Heart Lake North is home to the Heart Lake Conservation Area with 170 hectares (418 acres) of parkland to be explored. Here, you’ll find biking and walking trails, and a lake with a designated swimming area, boat rentals and fishing. The neighbourhood also hosts planned annual tree plantings with local elementary students. Additionally, Heart Lake North includes two recreation centres, a library and is accessed by seven different transit routes. Discover more about the neighbourhood of Heart Lake North in Brampton and the natural amenities that it has to offer such as Loafers Lake and Heart Lake Conservation Park. To begin, enjoy the trail at Loafers Lake – featuring outdoor fitness equipment, ball diamonds, soccer fields and a playground. This beautiful trail boasts spectacular cherry blossoms in the spring, stunning fall colours during the autumn and sledding in the winter. Then, at the Heart Lake Conservation Park, enjoy outdoor fun with the beauty of nature as your backdrop. From fishing in the lake or frolicking at the new pool and splash pad, to speeding above the water on one of their twin zip lines, Heart Lake offers all the best in outdoor entertainment. During Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of this spectacular area through the video below.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

Start at the Brampton Library - Cyril Clark Branch (65 Queen Street East)
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Historic Bovaird HouseDoors Open Brampton

Historic Bovaird House

Historic Bovaird House is an exceptional example of a mid-19th-century Ontario farmhouse, built in the Georgian style. Volunteers have endeavoured to restore the house to its original appearance. Authentic artifacts and period craftsmanship demonstrate the history of this house, which contains five fireplaces, original plank flooring and hand-blown windowpanes imported from England. Michael Avis, from the Friends of Historic Bovaird House, has been active in caring for the property for 22 years by maintaining its stories and history. As part of Digital Doors Open, join him on a tour of the house in the video below, as well as the log cabin and grounds, where you will experience Brampton’s pioneer heritage first hand. You will also meet long-time volunteer, gardener and groundskeeper, Gail Armstrong.

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  • Videos

Contact info

563 Bovaird Drive East
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.bovairdhouse.com

Architecture

Year built: 1852
Building type: Attraction Historical landmark Museum
Architect: Unknown

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Jamiat-Ul-Ansar/Great Lakes MosqueDoors Open Brampton

Jamiat-Ul-Ansar/Great Lakes Mosque

This facility reflects Brampton’s growing Muslim-Canadian community by providing Muslims with a place of worship, prayer, reflection, learning, counselling and charitable care. It is also a place where people from all faiths (or no faith) can learn about Islam in an open and peaceful forum. The congregation is proud to be part of the inclusive and multicultural city of Brampton. As part of Digital Doors Open, Zahir Bacchus speaks about the Great Lakes Mosque in the video below.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

291 Great Lakes Drive
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.jamiatalansar.ca

Architecture

Year built: 2002
Building type: Place of worship

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Lakes and Rivers Self-Guided TourDoors Open Brampton

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Lakes and Rivers Self-Guided Tour

One of Brampton's best-kept secrets is its picturesque lakes and rivers. Behind the thousands of homes and busy roads, visitors and residents alike will find a wonderful oasis of peaceful lakes and flowing rivers in the Brampton area. Brampton is home to both natural and man-made lakes, including Professor’s Lake, Heart Lake Conservation Area, Loafer’s Lake, Esker Lakes and Norton Place Park. Brampton’s rivers were also used thousands of years ago as transportation routes. Since then, they have been sources of power to drive mills and sources of water for farms. Today, they are a tremendous asset to both the natural landscape and wildlife of Brampton. As part of Digital Doors Open, you are invited to relax and enjoy Brampton’s beauty. Discover their many lakes and rivers by taking this self-guided tour. And, while you’re outside, bring along the Nature Rubbings Activity and discover all the treasures that nature has to offer.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Activities and games
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

Start at Professor's Lake Recreation Centre (1660 North Park Drive)
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Lester B. Pearson Memorial TheatreDoors Open Brampton

Lester B. Pearson Memorial Theatre

Welcome to the new Lester B. Pearson Memorial Theatre, a creative hub for local performing arts groups, schools, education programs, dance recitals and professional presentations. The facility includes a 400-seat auditorium and adjacent studio space. Located in the Brampton Civic Centre, the theatre, affectionately known as LBP, has been home to community organizations and productions since 1973. The venue reopened in October 2019 with enhanced accessibility and health and safety features, upgraded technical equipment, and a more attractive, welcoming space. Take a virtual tour through the video below and learn more about this popular theatre venue.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Architecture

Year built: 1973, 2019
Building type: Theatre

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Lorne Scots Regimental MuseumDoors Open Brampton

Lorne Scots Regimental Museum

This museum is part of the old Brampton firehall, which was constructed in 1854. The building has been occupied by the Lorne Scots regiment for many years. The museum itself was opened in 1980 and contains a large collection of historical and military artifacts that showcase the rich history of the regiment and the Brampton residents who have volunteered in various conflicts. During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through these videos: Lorne Scots 12 Chapel, Trooping 1975, Homecoming 1945, Camp Niagara 1944, Pipes and Drums Edinburgh 1960, March Past Trooping of the Colour 2016 (shown below) and the Lorne Scots Sesquicentennial.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly

Contact info

48 John Street
Brampton, Ontario
http://www.lornesmuseum.ca

Architecture

Year built: 1854
Building type: Military Museum

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Mount Pleasant Village Square and Artist Ron BairdDoors Open Brampton

Mount Pleasant Village Square and Artist Ron Baird

The Mount Pleasant Community Centre is in a restored historical Canadian Pacific Railway station that has been converted into a cultural facility in the Mount Pleasant Village Square. Shared with the Peel District School Board and the local library, this landmark building is now an integral part of the community, connecting the past with the future. Located in Mount Pleasant Village Square are one-of-a-kind sculptures created for the City of Brampton by renowned artist Ron Baird. As part of Digital Doors Open, join Baird as he speaks up close and personal about The Ghost Train (see the video below) as well as three unique metal structures: Time, Tracks and Trestle Bridge.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

Commuter Drive
Brampton, Ontario
https://www.ronbairdartist.com

Architecture

Year built: 2010

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Mount Pleasant Village – Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

Mount Pleasant Village – Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

Nestled within the large Mount Pleasant community in northwest Brampton is Mount Pleasant Village. Just steps from the GO Train station, this transit-oriented urban village provides a unique experience in Brampton. At the heart of this community is the village, featuring a public square, a playground, art features, spaces to relax and chat, and a reflecting pond that is transformed into a skating rink in the winter. Next to that is the village's landmark cultural and education centre, which includes a community centre (located within a reconstructed Canadian Pacific Railway station), a library and a two-storey elementary school. 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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

Start at Mount Pleasant Village Square
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Mount Royal/Pavilion - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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Mount Royal/Pavilion - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

Located in the northeastern corner of the City of Brampton is the uniquely designed Mount Royal/Pavilion Neighbourhood. Within the centre of this community, residents find natural spaces, a park and two educational facilities. One of Brampton’s most desirable neighbourhoods, and an exclusive community in Castlemore, is just minutes away from downtown 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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

Start at Mount Royal Public School, 65 Mount Royal Circle
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Norton Place ParkDoors Open Brampton

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Norton Place Park

Located within close proximity to Bramalea City Centre, Bramalea Woods and Highway 410, the Norton Park neighbourhood represents one of Brampton’s most accessible neighbourhoods by various methods of transportation, including walking and cycling. The neighbourhood is also home to a hidden gem – Norton Place Park! This park features a boardwalk recreational trail along a small lake tucked behind the Lisa Towers (apartment buildings) and a community garden. Children can chase the ducks, climb in the playground and enjoy nature. As part of Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of this park in the video below.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly
  • 2022 theme: Design

Contact info

170 Clark Blvd.
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture


Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)Doors Open Brampton

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)

The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is a place to explore and learn about Peel Region’s culture and heritage, as well as use conversation, questions and stories to help make new and fascinating connections to the surrounding community. The Peel County Courthouse, a designated heritage site, and the Peel Jail, now home to the museum, have important stories to tell. As part of Digital Doors Open, you can tour the jail in the video below. Additional video resources include a fascinating history of Peel's Black communities through the North Peel Community Church, an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the Peel Regional Archives, and a rare opportunity to explore one of artist Tom Thomson's sketchbooks from inside the art gallery vault.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly

Contact info

9 Wellington Street East
Brampton, Ontario
http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/en/index.asp

Architecture

Year built: 1867
Building type: Attraction Courthouse Green building Historical landmark Museum

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Peel Village - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

Peel Village - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

Peel Village was the first-ever master-planned community to include residential, commercial and industrial uses all in the same neighbourhood, and the first master-planned community in what was then known as Flowertown. The presence of golfing greens, mature trees and the Charles F. Watson Gardens makes you feel like you are entering a residential area within a conservation park. 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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

Start at the Peel Village Golf Course on Hartford Trail
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18

Sandalwood West - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

Sandalwood West - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The large, residential community of Sandalwood is located near the northern border of the City of Brampton. This community is home to a healthy mix of land uses and spaces. Trails and parks cut through the neighbourhood, allowing for strong connectivity between various areas. 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. In 2020, and 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.

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos

Contact info

Start at the Springdale Library, 10705 Bramalea Road
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

May 18 - May 18