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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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30 Digital Doors Open sites

Sheridan - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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Sheridan - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The Sheridan neighbourhood is located within the city's most prosperous defined regions in Brampton’s 2040 vision. By 2040, this region will be a hub of economic activity with recreational opportunities and diverse housing. Residents and students are the heartbeat of this community, and their imprint is seen throughout Sheridan. Sheridan also boasts a unique district energy facility, and has initiated an exciting process to develop a bold, innovative and comprehensive Campus Master Plan that will provide a road map to transform Brampton’s built environment over the next 30 years. 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.

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Start at 7899 McLaughlin Road, Sheridan College Davis Campus
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

Jan 30 - Jan 30

Snelgrove - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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Snelgrove - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The neighbourhood of Snelgrove was once a former hamlet. Today, Snelgrove is a large, suburban community with rich swaths of natural space. Conservation Park in particular plays a significant role in the community, giving residents an opportunity to experience the natural world in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. 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.

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Start at the Snelgrove Community Centre, 11692 Hurontario Street
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

Jan 30 - Jan 30

Spring Valley – Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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Spring Valley – Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The neighbourhood of Spring Valley is a community filled with lush pathways, parks, water bodies and many other features. The neighbourhood is considerably newer than most communities in Brampton but maintains pre-existing features and amenities to give residents a glimpse of what once was. A portion of the Huttonville Creek, located in this neighbourhood, was intentionally included in the park's jurisdiction to improve the rehabilitation and naturalization of the creek. 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.

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Start at Jean Augustine Secondary School
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

Jan 30 - Jan 30

The RoseDoors Open Brampton

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The Rose

The Rose is a magnificent performing arts venue and iconic feature of downtown Brampton. A vital part of the city, it is a destination for local and world-renowned performers, providing opportunities for culture lovers from Brampton and beyond to experience a wide range of talent in an extraordinary setting. Architecturally and acoustically sublime, the venue boasts two performance venues for large shows and intimate experiences. The Rose is where Brampton comes to life. As part of Digital Doors Open, take an exclusive backstage tour of the facility in the video below.

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1 Theatre Lane
Brampton, Ontario
https://tickets.brampton.ca/Online/default.asp

Architecture

Year built: 2004-06
Building type: Attraction Theatre
Architect: Page and Steele Architects

Dates/hours open

Jan 30 - Jan 30

Valley Creek - Nurturing Neighbourhoods BramptonDoors Open Brampton

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Valley Creek - Nurturing Neighbourhoods Brampton

The name Valley Creek correctly describes this community. The preservation of this forest allows residents the unique opportunity to gaze on a truly untouched natural environment. Surrounding the community are residential, commercial and industrial land uses, making this a truly unique area. 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.

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Start at the Red Willow Public School, 80 Redwillow Road
Brampton, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: Various

Architect: Various

Dates/hours open

Jan 30 - Jan 30