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City Current

Market Centre Parkade Open During Construction Upgrades
The City of Brantford will be conducting extensive upgrades to the Market Centre Parkade located at 59 Icomm Drive, through its Contractor, Macdero Construction Ltd.
Design and Construction Manual
The manual is intended to aid in the planning, design and construction and maintenance and operation activities of linear infrastructure for new subdivision developments and the retrofit of existing infrastructure.
Community Set to Launch Integrated Drug Strategy
Community Set to Launch Integrated Drug Strategy
Herbicide to be applied to manage invasive species in New Forest in the City.
What Can We Do To Make It Easier For You To Vote?
Are you over the age of 55? We want to hear from you. The City of Brantford and the County of Brant want to learn how we can improve your Municipal voting experience.
Public Information Meeting - Technical (Housekeeping) Amendment Zoning By-Law Amendment (FILE NO. PZ-13-17)
The City of Brantford will be hosting a Public Information Centre on a City initiated Zoning By-law Amendment to Zoning By-law 160-90.
Applications Open for Community Cultural Investment Program (CCIP)
The CCIP is a grant program funded by the City of Brantford, with the goals of providing operating assistance to not-for-profit organizations in arts, culture, and heritage in Brantford. Applications are due in December.
HHW & Electronic Equipment Recycling Nov. 18
Dispose of all your household hazardous waste items on selected dates from April to November.
Fall Yard Waste Collection October 2 - December 1
Maximum of 30 bags/containers of yard waste per week beyond the 5 bag weekly garbage limit.
Volunteers for Public Service
City Council wishes to ensure that its Boards, Advisory Committees and Task Forces reflect the diverse nature of Brantford’s population and invites all residents to consider these opportunities.