Children's Safety Village of Brant (The)

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Record #: SIM2333 Last Full Update: 26 Apr 2013
Location, Telephone & Internet
Address & Map
407 Elgin St
Brantford, ON N3S 7P6
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Located In CommunityBrantford
Site LocationBeside Mohawk College
IntersectionElgin St and Wayne Gretzky Pkwy
Office Phone519-720-6950
Contact Information
Primary ContactGail Chambers, Administrator; Email:
Alternate ContactBob Wade, Treasurer; Email:
Alternate ExecutiveVicky Spadoni, Development Manager; Email:
Description & Services
AccessibilityFully Accessible ; Unknown
DescriptionThe Children’s Safety Village of Brant is a place where children ages 4 to 12, regardless of their level of ability or disability learn the fundamentals of safety and awareness. Programs such as fire prevention, smoke alarms, traffic and bicycle safety and stranger awareness are taught. 
Children are encouraged to demonstrate skills they have learned in a miniature town that is complete with sidewalks, roadways, street signs, traffic lights, stop signs and a working railway crossing. The children navigate their way through the village by foot, on bicycles or in small battery powered vehicles. 
All activities at the village are supervised by police officers, firefighters and our trained community volunteers. The Children's Safety Village of Brant provides a safe and realistic environment for children to understand and apply the safety lessons they have learned. 
Notes: The Village is not open to the public; visits are scheduled by teachers from the City of Brantford, Six Nations and Brant County areas. Three special "public" events are run annually: June: Kids Street Festival; October: Halloween in the Village; December: Christmas in the Village. There are special Summer Day Camps available for certain groups.
Areas ServedBrant County ; Brantford
EligibilityAges: 4 year(s) - 12 year(s)
ApplicationTeachers book their visits to the Village on-line at
FeesEvents: Cash Donations Appreciated
SubjectsChildren ; Fire prevention ; Injuries ; Safety ; Youth