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Brampton celebrates National Public Works Week 2024: Advancing Quality of Life for All

​​BRAMPTON, ON (May 15, 2024) – Today, Brampton City Council proclaimed May 19 to 25, 2024, as National Public Works Week (NPWW). This year’s theme is Advancing Quality of Life for All, which highlights how public works professionals are making life better for residents each day they go to work.

​NPWW is celebrated across Canada and the United States and provides an opportunity to recognize the important work of the more than 400 team members of the City of Brampton’s Public Works and Engineering department. NPWW also helps raise awareness about the role of this team.

2024 NPWWCity of Brampton gearing up to celebrate National Public Works Week 2024

The City of Brampton’s Public Works and Engineering department keeps the community a safe and healthy place to live, work and play through various services. They include:

  • Snow clearing operations
  • Street sweeping and Leaf Vacuums 
  • Stormwater maintenance 
  • Street safety programs and initiatives
  • Building construction and maintenance 
  • Road resurfacing 
  • Engineering and design 
  • Emergency response support
  • Facility operations 

This year, the City of Brampton will celebrate NPWW with the 21st annual bus pull, flag raising, a fundraising BBQ and more staff appreciation events planned for the week.

To learn more about NPWW events and activities, visit For more information about Brampton’s Public Works and Engineering department, visit the virtual Resident Info Centre


 “National Public Works Week is an opportunity for our community to come together and recognize the invaluable contributions of our Public Works and Engineering department. I want to extend my deepest appreciation to the dedicated team members who work tirelessly to ensure our city remains safe, clean and vibrant. Your commitment to advancing the quality of life for every resident is truly commendable."- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton
​ “From snow clearing to road resurfacing, our Public Works and Engineering department plays a crucial role in maintaining our city. This year's theme for National Public Works Week, Advancing Quality of Life for All, is a reminder of the hard work and commitment of our public works professionals toward enhancing the well-being of every resident every day. Join us for a week full of exciting events to learn more about public works in Brampton and to celebrate the hard work of the staff in this division.”- Paul Vicente, Regional Councillor, Wards 1 and 5; Chair, Public Works and Engineering, City of Brampton 
​ “Our department is responsible for a wide range of services aimed at ensuring Brampton remains a safe and healthy place to live, work, and play. I am proud of this team of dedicated individuals serving our community and enhancing livability. During National Public Works Week, we look forward to engaging with the residents we serve, sharing insights into our operations and celebrating the hard work of our team.”- Peter Pilateris, Commissioner, Public Works and Engineering, City of Brampton 

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