Stormwater Management in Brampton

The City of Brampton’s stormwater management program helps maintain water quality, reduce flood risks and control erosion. The City looks after a lot of stormwater infrastructure, including 400 km of waterways, 1,200 km of pipes, 170 stormwater ponds and more than 33,000 catch basins.
 
Like many other municipalities, Brampton’s aging infrastructure is in need of upgrades and repairs. We also need more infrastructure to support our growing population.

The City is exploring how best to pay for future, ongoing investment in stormwater management. We want to hear from you.


Personal information, as defined by the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA), is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, and in accordance with the provisions of MFIPPA. Personal information on this Public Information Centre Comment Sheet will be used solely for informing the City of Brampton’s Stormwater Management Infrastructure Financial Study.

Question Title

* 1. What issue do you think is most important to manage Brampton’s stormwater? 

Question Title

* 2. How do you think the City should address its aging stormwater infrastructure? 

Question Title

* 3. If Brampton introduces an annual stormwater charge, how do you think it should compare to neighbouring municipalities? The stormwater charge should be:

Question Title

* 4. If Brampton introduces an annual stormwater charge, how should the costs for residents be distributed?

Question Title

* 5. If Brampton introduces an annual stormwater charge, how should the costs for businesses/commercial operations be distributed?

Question Title

* 6. If you improve your property to help manage stormwater, how important is it that you receive credits to adjust your stormwater charge?

T