The Civic Holiday is just around the bend, this is what’s open and closed in Brampton.

Bramalea City Center is open August 5 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. All LCBO and Beer Stores in the city will be closed, so you’ll need to get your liquor preceding Monday.

Brampton City Hall will be closed on August 5. Inhabitants won’t almost certainly apply person for marriage licenses, book civil wedding ceremonies, pay parking fines, apply for permits, or apply for or renew business licenses during this time.

Several services will keep on working typically, including Fire and Emergency Services and City of Brampton By-law Enforcement.

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Brampton Recreation

Most entertainment offices are open over the Civic Holiday weekend. For updated drop-in program schedules and hours of operation, call your local recreation center or 311, or visit www.brampton.ca/recreation. The City’s Recreation Administration Office will be closed on Civic Holiday.

Brampton Library

All Brampton Library branches will be closed on Sunday, August 4 and Civic Holiday. For more information, call 905.793.4636 or 311, or visitwww.bramptonlibrary.com.

Brampton Animal Services

Brampton Animal Shelter will be closed on Civic Holiday. For more information, call 905.458.5800 or 311, or visitwww.brampton.ca/animalservices.

Brampton Transit

Brampton Transit will follow the below schedule for the Civic Holiday weekend.

  • Friday, August 2: Weekday service
  • Saturday, August 3: Saturday service
  • Sunday, August 4: Sunday/Holiday service
  • Monday, August 5 (Civic-Holiday): Sunday/Holiday service

Customer Service counters at all terminals, and the Clark and Sandalwood facilities, will be closed on Civic Holiday.

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For route and schedule information, call 905.874.2999 or visit www.bramptontransit.com. For real-time next bus, the information goes to nextride.brampton.ca on your smartphone or another mobile device. For other trip planning tools, visit www.triplinx.ca or Google Maps.

Fireworks Safety

The City of Brampton will not be hosting any fireworks displays on Civic-Holiday.

Civic Holiday is not one of the four days of the year when personal fireworks are allowed in the City of Brampton. For more information, visit www.brampton.ca/bylaws.

Residents are asked to call Service Brampton at 311 for any further inquiries.

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