Starting March 26, 2020, all 500+ parks in Brampton are closed to the public, until further notice, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

This includes:
• playgrounds
• leash-free dog parks
• all outdoor sports facilities and outdoor fitness equipment
• picnic shelters

Note that trails for walking are still open, per this clarification from the city that was released on Twitter.

Closing the parks is in line with Peel Public Health’s important instructions that all Peel residents should be practicing physical distancing, which includes avoiding meeting up in public spaces.

Mayor Patrick Brown says, “We have been urging residents to maintain physical distancing, and in order to flatten the curve, we need to take on tougher measures to get the message out. It is absolutely crucial that residents understand the seriousness of this situation and importance of physical distancing and staying home at this time.”

If you have any issues to report, get in touch with city’s Security Services at 905-874-2111.


Are you worried you have COVID-19 or that you might be at risk? Take this self-assessment from the government of Ontario here: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.

Read about the new Peel Memorial COVID-19 assessment centre, including symptoms and criteria for using it, here.

For further information on COVID-19, visit www.peelregion.ca/coronavirus.

To see current City of Brampton updates and FAQs on services and facility and programming closures, please visit www.brampton.ca/covid19.

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