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18th Community Spirit Awards Recipients

Oakville’s best and brightest volunteers were celebrated for their exemplary contributions to the community at the 18th Community Spirit Awards held last night at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.

Coyote

Coyote pups and what you should know

Coyotes are found in urban areas throughout North America, including Oakville. Seeing a coyote in Oakville is not necessarily cause for alarm. They are not considered a significant risk to people.

Festival

Oakville Children’s Festival returns for 2019

Mark your calendar! Juno Award-winning singer songwriter Norman Foote will hit the stage with his unique blend of music at the 2019 Oakville Children’s Festival.

Lake levels reach 2017 levels – Use Caution

Residents are reminded to use caution around creeks, ponds and the lake where localized flooding and shoreline erosion have created dangerous conditions as lake levels continue to rise.

Proposed More Homes

Proposed More Homes, More Choice Act’s negative implications

Proposed extensive changes to the Development Charges Act, the Ontario Heritage Act, the Planning Act would all have significant and potentially negative implications for the town and its residents. That’s the feedback Oakville is sending ...

Towne Square Redesign

Towne Square Redesign Concept Approved

On Tuesday, May 30, 2019 plans to revitalize Oakville’s historic downtown took another step forward when Council approved the Towne Square Redesign Concept last night, a small but unique public space located at 210 Lakeshore Road.

Parking Program, Bronte Village

New pilot parking program coming to Bronte Village

New pilot parking program coming to Bronte Village This June, the Town of Oakville will launch a two-year pilot commercial parking program in Bronte Village to address business and community concerns about the availability of ...

2019 Community Spirit Awards

2019 Community Spirit Awards nominees

The Town of Oakville is excited to announce the 44 nominees for the 2019 Community Spirit Awards. Congratulations to the following individuals and organizations nominated for their dedication and commitment to the Oakville community:

High Lake Levels Coronation Park, Oakville, Ontario, Lake Ontario Flood 2017 Brian Gray Photography

High Lake Levels closing parks and sports fields

Residents are reminded to use caution around creeks, ponds and the lake where localized flooding and shoreline erosion have created dangerous conditions.

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