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Report a Traffic Sign Issue

The City of Brampton’s Roads Maintenance & Operations Department will respond to reports regarding traffic signs within the City of Brampton. Traffic signs include, but are not limited to:

  • Curve warning with advisory speed tab
  • Street Name Signs
  • Do not enter
  • Keep right
  • One way
  • School Crossing Ahead
  • Stop Sign
  • Stop Sign Ahead
  • Yield
  • Checkerboard
  • No Heavy Trucks
  • No Parking
  • No Right/Left turn
  • Directional Signs
  • Advanced Railway Crossing Ahead Sign

What Happens After I Submit my Request or Concern?

Traffic sign service requests follow a 3-Tier Matrix:

Priority 1: An incident that poses an immediate safety risk to the motoring, cycling or pedestrian traffic within the City right-of-way. Responded to within 1-day.

Priority 2: An incident or request that does not pose an immediate safety risk to the motoring, cycling or pedestrian traffic within the City right-of-way, however should be attended to within the prescribed time. Responded to within 14-days.

Priority 3: A request or inquiry to obtain general information. Responded to within 35-days.

If this is a Priority 1 report please dial 311 within city limits, or 905-874-2000 outside of city limits, to speak with a live representative.

Related Information:
Roads and Traffic Site

Last Updated on Jan 6, 2022