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

Following an extensive city-wide engagement, the first-ever Mayor’s budget was adopted on December 13.

Brampton’s 2024 Budget supports the needs of a growing population while making record contributions to reserves and priority investments in infrastructure, transportation, recreational amenities, health care, and community safety.

2024 Budget Highlights​​

​* See the Budget Documents page for more details.​

City of Brampton Corporate Strategic Plan

This year’s budget supports the City of Brampton’s Corporate Strate​gic Plan 2022-2026

  • Growi​ng Urban Centres & Neighbourhoods
  • Culture & Diversity
  • ​Health & Well-Being
  • Environmental Resilience & Sustainability
  • Transit & Connectivity​
  • Government & Leadership

The Strategic Plan, which will be made public later this year, set​s the context for the City’s budgets, master plans, projects, services, and resources.

About the Budget Process

The City’s annual budget process​ engages, educates, and informs the citizens of Brampton through communications and engagement efforts, including telephone town halls, coffee chats, advertisements, news releases, social media, and the City’s budget website.​


Public Telephone Town Hall

For residents and community groups and organizations

Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2023​
Time: 6:45 – 8:15 pm

Hosted by: Mayor Patrick Brown, Chair of Budget Committee; Regional Councillor Paul Vicente, Vice Chair of Budget Committee. Treasurer, Nash Damer, and other City staff will be in attendance.

Format: The City will call around 100,000 randomly chosen phone numbers. Following introductory remarks, the floor will be opened to questions, taken live on the call.

Sign up now to be added to the call list.

If you have questions about this engagement please call 311 or email budget@brampton.ca​