TRCA, in partnership with City of Brampton and Region of Peel are currently working with local residents and businesses to implement the County Court SNAP — a plan to build a sense of community, make the neighbourhood more environmentally friendly and prepare it for the impacts of climate change.
About the County Court SNAP Community
Located in Brampton’s south end, the County Court neighbourhood is home to about 5,800 people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
The boundary is north of Hwy 407, east of Hurontario Street, west of Kennedy Road south of the Etobicoke Creek. It includes many homes, large parks, two golf courses, businesses, service retailers and a Provincial County Court house.
A beautiful trail extends along the Etobicoke Creek valley near the Peel Village Golf Course and Brampton Golf Club.
About the Plan
The County Court SNAP is a comprehensive environmental improvement plan that integrates local community interests and ideas for neighbourhood transformation. Strategic projects include:
- Renewal of County Court Park to better suit local recreation needs and integrate environmental education features and community gathering space.
- Retrofit of the Upper Nine stormwater management pond to address water quality and volume objectives and serve as a community amenity and natural area destination.
- Projects for greener streetscapes including bioretention within boulevards to provide stormwater filtration and other benefits, as well as establishment of a healthy urban forest.
- A rainwater storage system for irrigation of nearby golf courses.
- Habitat restoration along the Creek valley and in the golf courses.
- A template for green parking lot design at the Court House.
- Active promotion of green home renovation and landscapes to address residential energy and water conservation.
Walking & Cycling Maps
Would you like to know what’s within a short walk or bike ride from the County Court neighbourhood? Check out these walking and cycling maps developed for County Court by the Region of Peel’s Walk and Roll program.
(Click on the images below to see the maps full-size.)
If you are thinking about planting a tree or shrub in your front or back yard, check out the County Court Tree Guide, which identifies the tree and shrub species that are ideally suited for this neighbourhood.
The trees and shrubs listed in this guide have been expertly selected to thrive in the type of soil and climate that characterizes the County Court neighbourhood. Most are native to Southern Ontario.
(Click on the image below to see the guide full-size.)
Do you live or work in this neighbourhood? Get involved!
We want to get local residents and businesses involved in developing the County Court SNAP. We will be holding community meetings and events, plantings in the park, and educational workshops for homeowners. Come out and meet your neighbours!
Got questions? Contact:
Project Manager, SNAP Projects
416-661-6600 x 5923
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