Fresh Veggies


Gairloch Gardens

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; Indeed, it is the only thing that has." (Margaret Mead)

SE Community Centre

Town broke ground on Sept. 26, 2019 on the Southeast Oakville Community Centre, sheduled to open in the fall 2020. See Community Centre & Neighbourhood Park for updates.

See Video to view the demolition of the old hospital.  

Downtown Oakville

To stay updated on the Downtown Cultural Hub, Towne Square, & the Lakeshore Rd. reconstruction, see Revitalization.

During the Lakeshore Rd. construction, free parking on weekends, 1st hour free M-F with Honk Mobile App, additional parking spaces, and more. See details on the Town's  website



P.L.A.N.T.! (Please let's add new trees) Since March 2018, almost 40,000 trees have been planted. Learn how everyone can help reach the Town's 40% canopy coverage goal at P.L.A.N.T.!

Coyotes in our Neighbourhood

Information & tips on avoiding negative interactions with coyotes can be found on the Town's website . 

Events Calendar

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Oakville, Ward 3

Downtown Oakville events, visit Downtown Oakville BIA

Fall and Winter Parks, Recreation & Culture Guide now available.

Search town-offered summer camps by location, week, and more at camps.oakville,ca.

Cornwall Rd. project will be completed in 2019. See Cornwall Road for updates.

 7 new pedestrian crossovers to be installed in Oakville including Dunn & Church St. 

Local Criteria Variance Bylaw Updates

Glen Abbey Updates

Oakville Transit service changes as of March 3, 2019

Home to Hub transit service

Real-time bus tracking technology

MagnusCards app for special needs community using Oakville Transit, OPL

Neighbour construction questions

Private tree bylaw

Animal Control Bylaw

Accessibility Online Map

Open Data Portal

Mapping tool


Halton Region

OneHalton regional app for mobile access to services

Waste collection calendar tool

Emergency 9-1-1; Non-emergency 905-825-4747, TDD/TYY 1-800-990-8199 

Halton Regional Police Service resources: Safety & Security TipsBrochures & Fact SheetsMedia Releases

Crime Stoppers: 905-825-4777 or Submit a tip 

News updates: Inside Halton