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ClimateXchange

ClimateXchange event series

This spring, the town is launching climateXchange — a series of free, family-friendly events and activities designed to raise awareness of climate change and help you become more resilient to our changing climate.

Lakeshore Road reconstruction

Town breaks ground on Lakeshore Road reconstruction project

The Town of Oakville officially broke ground to mark the beginning of the much anticipated Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Streetscape Project, the town’s $20 million investment to revitalize Downtown Oakville.

Clean Sweep 2019

Clean Sweep 2019 – keeping Oakville beautiful

The Town of Oakville invites you to take part in Clean Sweep 2019 this Thursday, April 18. The popular event is a great way to get together with friends and family for a quick cleanup ...

2019 Citizen Survey

2019 Citizen Survey results for Oakville

The results of the town’s 2019 Citizen Survey are in and residents give the town top marks!

Earth Hour 2019

Earth Hour 2019 in Oakville: How will you Participate?

Earth Hour 2019 is this Saturday. Join the town and switch off your lights and other electronics. Support global efforts to preserve nature and take action on climate change.

southeast community centre

Southeast Community Centre & Neighbourhood Park-March 2019 Update

The town is moving ahead with the construction phase of the Southeast Community Centre (SECC) and the new 0.6 hectare neighbourhood park. It is anticipated to open in Fall 2020.

Public Art Installations Laura Marotta

Public Art Installations in Oakville

The town owns and features a number of public art installations, which are always on view.

Governance of Oakville is strong, efficient & effective: no changes required

On February 25, 2019, Town Council unanimously passed a resolution from Mayor Rob Burton that highlights the strength of existing municipal governance in Oakville and Halton Region.

Public consultation Growth Plan

Oakville provides feedback on proposed changes to Ontario’s Growth Plan

Oakville’s feedback on the provincial government’s proposed changes to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe is sending a clear message that the town is strongly in favour of managing growth within the framework ...

speed limits

Speed limits & traffic calming options: Your Opinion Matters!

What do you think? Should speed limits on town roads be maintained at 50 kilometres per hour or be lowered?

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