Earth Hour is back! Join the town and citizens from 7,000 cities around the world to make a global statement in support of action on climate change. From 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. this Saturday, turn ...
The Oakville Fire department is reminding residents to change their smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm batteries when they change their clocks for daylight savings time this Sunday, March 12, 2017.
The Ontario150 Grant makes a contribution to the Oakville Community.
Demolition of the former hospital site is scheduled to begin this summer and take approximately 12 months to complete.
The revitalization of Lakeshore Road took a big step forward Monday, February 13, 2017 when Council approved the bridge railing, the lighting and the furniture selections (streetlight poles, benches, bollards, bike rings) for downtown Oakville.
An interactive exhibit showcasing the personal stories and memories of Oakville community members will be on display at the Queen Elizabeth Community Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) from February 11 to 20, 2017.
Mayor Rob Burton convened a special meeting of Council last night for Council and the public to receive an update from Planning and Legal staff on current matters related to the Glen Abbey Golf Course.
artsVest, a matching incentive and sponsorship training program designed to create partnerships between businesses and arts and culture groups, is coming to Oakville.
Now that winter weather has arrived, the Oakville Fire department is encouraging residents to prepare a 72-hour emergency kit to stay safe.
This winter, as weather and ground conditions permit, the town’s contractor will begin year three of the Woodlands Hazard Abatement program to remove ash trees destroyed by the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) from town woodlands.Next Page »