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2018 Municipal and School Board Nominations accepted starting May 1,2018

Oakville candidates who wish to run for office in the 2018 municipal and school board elections can begin registering on May 1, 2018.

2018 Loose Leaf Collection

2018 Spring Loose Leaf collection schedule

It is that time of year to start cleaning up our gardens from this long cold winter. The 2018 Spring Loose Leaf collection begins on April 16th and will end on April 27th.

Clean Sweep 2018

Clean Sweep 2018, help keep Oakville beautiful!

Clean Sweep 2018 is set for Friday, April 20. The popular event is a great way to get together with friends and family for a quick cleanup of litter around your school, business, or neighbourhood. ...

Flood Damage Gairloch Gardens, Oakville, Ontario, Lake Ontario Flood 2017 Brian Gray Photography

Oakville’s flood damage bill $3,789,000

Town Council has given staff the green light to proceed with a number of restoration projects related to the significant flood damage Oakville experienced last year due to high lake levels.

Ward 4 seat

Ward 4 Seat recently vacated needs to be filled. Are you interested?

The Town of Oakville is looking to appoint a qualified candidate to fill the Ward 4 seat for the position of Town Councillor. It was left vacant following the recent resignation of former Councillor Roger ...

Roger Lapworth

Roger Lapworth resigns from Council effective March 30th

Ward 4 Town Councillor Roger Lapworth has announced he will be resigning from Council for personal reasons effective March 30, 2018.

residential

Stable residential neighbourhood redevelopment By-Law in the works

In an effort to further enhance the objectives of the Livable Oakville Official Plan and assist with managing issues related to redevelopment within stable residential neighbourhoods,

short-term accommodations

Oakville regulates short-term accommodations

Town Council approved regulations for short-term accommodations and bed and breakfasts through amendments to the town’s zoning by-laws, and a new licensing by-law to licence, regulate and govern these uses.

Gypsy Moth

Gypsy moth and cankerworm population increasing – It’s a problem.

With an increase in gypsy moth and cankerworm populations on the horizon, the town is hosting a public information session on Tuesday, April 10,

Earth Hour 2018

Earth Hour 2018, let’s make a difference

This Saturday, March 24 switch off your lights for Earth Hour 2018. The town encourages you to join households, businesses and landmarks from around the world and power down

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