​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​2024 Budget

As part of the City of Brampton's first-ever Mayor's Budget, residents and businesses were invited to share their feedback to ensure the City remains one of the best places to live, grow and invest. Community feedback is a critical step in helping to shape Brampton's 2024 budget.

For the 2024 budget process, Mayor Patrick Brown, Councillors and staff hosted​ a series of public engagement opportunities to better understand what matters most to Brampton residents, businesses, community groups and local stakeholders. ​

Special City Council

December 5-13

F​or more information or to watch the videos of proceedings, see​ Council ​Meetings and Agendas.


Brampton Bu​siness Virtu​​​al Roundtable

November 21, 2023

​​Click Here to View a Full Recording of the Meeting

Telephone Town Hall

Mayor Patrick Brown and City staff hosted a Telephone Town Hall on Tuesday, November 21, giving residents an opportunity to share community priorities, ask questions, and offer ideas as Brampton's 2024 budget is prepared. Click below for a full recording of the meeting.​

​Ward Coffee Chats

Ward coffee chats, where residents had the opportunity to share ideas, solutions and community priorities, were held as follows:​

Wednesday, November 22

  • Regional Councillors Michael Palleschi and Navjit Kaur Brar representing Wards 2 and 6

Monday, November 27

  • Regional Councillors Paul Vicente and Rowena Santos representing Wards 1 and 5
  • Regional Councillors Martin Medeiros and Dennis Keenan representing Wards 3 and 4

Tuesday, November 28

  • Regional Councillor Pat Fortini and City Councillor Rod Power representing Wards 7 and 8
  • Regional Councillor Gurpartap Singh Toor and Deputy Mayor and City Councillor Harkirat Singh representing Wards 9 and 10