Bramalea SNAP

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), City of Brampton, Region of Peel and Healthy Communities Initiative are working closely with neighbourhood community leaders, residents and businesses to develop a SNAP for Bramalea.

Retrofits to the natural and built environment will demonstrate implementation of City of Brampton’s Grow Green Master Plan and Vision 2040, the TRCA’s Etobicoke and Mimico Creeks Watersheds Plan, the Healthy Communities Initiative (HCI) and Region of Peel Public Health priorities. They also support the Region of Peel’s Climate Change and Water Efficiency priorities.

About the Bramalea Community

The SNAP Action Plan will focus on the K, E and F sections of Bramalea. First developed in the 1960s, this area was planned as Canada’s first “satellite city”* and has a unique history and identity in Brampton.

1958 Bramalea study plan map

*Learn more about Bramalea’s history HERE.

The area is home to more than 13,600 people living in detached and semi-detached homes, town homes, apartment and condo towers.

residential tower in Bramalea
semi-detached home in Bramalea

There are numerous parks, schools and places of worship, as well as a recreation centre. Western portions of the neighbourhood drain to the Spring Creek, which is part of the Etobicoke Creek Watershed. Eastern portions form the headwaters of the main branch of the Mimico Creek, within the Mimico Creek Watershed.

Earnscliffe Park in Bramalea

About the Action Plan

The SNAP Action Plan is currently being developed! It will be a comprehensive action plan for neighbourhood revitalization that integrates local community interests and sustainability objectives.

The Bramalea SNAP will align municipal and partner priorities with community interests, resulting in measurable environmental improvements as well as community health and well-being benefits.

Do You Live or Work in This Neighbourhood? Get Involved!

We want to get residents and businesses involved. Keep an eye out for us at your local events!

Got questions? Contact:

Shannon Logan, Senior Program Manager
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
(416) 661-6600 ext. 5367
shannon.logan@trca.ca

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