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Town of Oakville “Towne Square redesign”

      The Town of Oakville is looking for feedback from Oakville residents on a second round of design concepts for Towne Square which is a small but unique public space located at 210 Lakeshore Road in downtown Oakville. The public meeting will be held on November 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall where [...] Continue reading

Town breaks ground on Southeast Community Centre

  Redevelopment plans for the former hospital site move ahead The Town of Oakville officially broke ground on the site of the Southeast Community Centre (SECC) today, officially kicking off the construction phase for the new recreation facility expected to open in fall 2020. “This milestone marks a significant step [...] Continue reading

Looking for parking in Bronte Village?

The town of Oakville recently lifted parking restrictions on Marine drive between Jones Street and East Street as an interim measure to increase parking within the community. There is also a public parking lot at the east end of Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park. Please watch for parking restriction signs in [...] Continue reading

Cross Avenue closure

Cross Avenue is closed until September 7 in both directions between Cornwall Road (Speers Road) and Lyons Lane as Halton Region continues to perform emergency repair work to seal a sinkhole. This will be followed by a partial closure (one lane open in each direction) for approximately two weeks. A [...] Continue reading

Canada Day Celebration in Oakville

The Town of Oakville will celebrate Canada Day , Sunday July 1, at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park.  The event is sponsored by Lexus of Oakville.  The celebrations begin at 6 pm and there will be food trucks, entertainment for both the children and adults.  Of course there will be a fireworks display over Lake [...] Continue reading

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