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 NEW! Grass Maintenance Tracker Tool

Follow Parks Maintenance crews updates as they maintain Brampton​’s lawns and green spaces. The new Grass Maintenance Tracker Tool provides access to live updates of the parks and boulevards that have been mowed.

Visit the Grass Maintenance Tracker to view grass maintenance progress​ throughout the season.​​​

​​Submit a grass maintenance service request​​​​​​

 Spring Grass Cuts

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The City of Brampton started spring grass cuts ahead of schedule on A​pril 22, 2024.

New this year, to help keep Brampton’s parks in the best shape possible:​​

  • Brampton’s City Council approved a 22 per cent grass maintenance budget increase.
  • There will be an increase in garbage removal at each playground or parkland location to prevent overflow, with additional maintenance scheduled on weekends.
  • Grass within Brampton parks and along boulevards will be cut 14 times from May to October; an additional two cuts in comparison to last season.
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The average cutting height is three inches. Dandelions may appear within 24 to 48 hours after an area has been cut, due to the natural weed growth rate. Beginning May 2024, Parks staff will begin citywide weed control activities. This includes removal of weeds and unwanted grass by mechanical and manual means within landscaped areas, such as in parks, along roads, etc.​​​

  
  
  
High Maintenance - High profile parks24 Cuts24 Cuts
Medium Maintenace - Parklands and boulevards12 Cuts14 Cuts
Low Maintenance - Boulevard ditches, stormwater management ponds 4 Cuts6 Cuts
Shrub and Bed Trimming - Boulevard shrub beds3 Cuts4 Cuts
Guiderail Trimming2 Cuts3 Cuts
Fence Line Cuts - Behind residential homes3 Cuts5 Cuts
Median & Curbs - Roadways2 Cuts3 Cuts

As a part of Brampton’s Don't Mow, Let it Grow initiative​, to support and preserve development of healthy ecosystems, certain recognized valleys, stormwater management ponds and “No Mow” zones in subdivisions are not to be maintained and are to be left in natural condition. These areas contribute to the overall health of the environment we live in.​

Contact Parks Maintenance and Operations - Community Services

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