City of Brampton

Public Works & Engineering Department

Record Details
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Description & Services
Description The Public Works and Engineering Department maintains city roads and associated infrastructure * handles applications for driveway widening and curb cut applications * excess load permits * fill/top soil removal applications * items for sale including: street indexes, plan and profile drawings, benchmarks and horizontal control data, municipal parking lot permits and traffic data * major road design and construction administration * PUCC applications and approvals * road closure (social events/parades/marathons) applications * road occupancy and access permits * road right of way contracted maintenance and administration * school crossing guard administration * snow removal financial assistance program * storm drainage issues * street lighting inquiries * traffic services * traffic signals and regulatory signage * *new subdivision construction oversight *Capital Works is responsible for developing and implementing major city road widening projects.
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Areas Served Brampton
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
Williams Parkway Operations Centre
1975 Williams Pkwy
Brampton, ON L6S 6E5
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Intersection Williams Pkwy and Airport Rd
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-874-2500
Fax 905-874-2599
TTY Phone 905.874.2130
Primary Contact Doug Roeterink; Email:
Primary Executive Joe Pitushka, Commissioner, Public Works & Engineering
Other Details
Funding City / Town ; Regional / Municipal
Service Level (10) Local Government
Subjects Information and referral ; Municipal government ; Public transportation ; Road information ; Road maintenance ; Road services ; Snow removal ; Transportation

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