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Victoria Day May 23 in the City of Brampton(Service and Information Update) 

Brampton City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 23 for Victoria Day. A number of City
services will be unavailable or will operate under reduced service levels. Residents will not be
able to apply for marriage licences, pay parking fines or apply for building permits in person
during this time. For online options please visit www.brampton.ca
Several services will continue to operate as usual, including: Fire and Emergency Services and
By-law Enforcement. For more information on all City of Brampton service changes and
closures, please call 311 or visit www.brampton.ca
Transit Services
The Brampton Transit schedule for the Victoria Day weekend will be:
• Friday, May 20: Regular Weekday Service
• Saturday, May 21: Regular Saturday Service
• Sunday, May 22: Sunday/Holiday Service
• Monday, May 23: Sunday/Holiday Service
Transit Stores will be closed on May 23 for Victoria Day.
For route and schedule information, call 905.874.2999 or visit www.bramptontransit.com and
use Next Ride for real-time next bus information. View next bus information on the go through a
smartphone or other mobile device at nextride.brampton.ca
Most recreation facilities are open over the Victoria Day weekend. Please phone your local
recreation centre, call 311 or visit www.brampton.ca to confirm program schedules.
The City’s Recreation Administration Office, located at 8 Nelson Street, will be closed on May
23 for Victoria Day.
Fireworks Safety
There are no City of Brampton hosted fireworks displays on Victoria Day.
The City is currently reviewing its Fireworks By-law for potential changes to the use of consumer
fireworks. Until the review is complete, applications for consumer fireworks permits will be
considered on a case-by-case basis. To use fireworks on Victoria Day, apply online by May 21,
2016. The permit is free and will be considered for private properties that are at least 18 metres
(60 feet) wide at the front.
Setting off fireworks without a permit is illegal. Fireworks are also not permitted in public spaces
such as streets, sidewalks, school yards and parks.

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