16 June 2021 - Patio Guide 2021 -
Celebrate the arrival of spring on a patio with friends and family, sharing delicious drinks, food and conversation.
25 April 2021 - In response to the stay-at-home order, community centres will be closed. Check out their Virtual Programs page for information about online fitness classes, cultural discussions, cooking workshops and much more!
3 June 2021 - The province-wide stay-at-home order expired on June 2nd, however the Province’s ‘emergency brake’ restrictions remain in place until Ontario enters Step One of the new three-step Roadmap to Reopen that will gradually lift public health measures. Click here for the latest Oakville coronavirus update
3 June 2021 - Between April and October, be sure to check out the resident colony of swifts in the old OTHS located next to the community centre. The inspiration behind the art installation ‘Ravenous Appetite and Boundless Energy’ that can be found in new Oakville Community Centre
27 May 2021 – Directors from the TCRA attended a meeting with Ward 3 Councillors, a concerned resident whose property is directly south of the proposed development, and the Town lawyer. The TCRA will be monitoring activities related to this development. Blog history
21 April 2021 - Update from Mayor Burton - there was a pre-consultation but no application has been received. Staff cautioned the Developer they were offside and we are currently waiting for their response. Blog history
25 April 2021 - The Former Hospital Site Project is about working with community partners to create a vibrant new community centre, neighbourhood park, residential area and seniors-oriented housing district to meet the needs of Oakville residents. Blog history
21 April 2021 - Plans for the repurposing old OT High School as the permanent home of the Oakville Galleries' renowned art collection are languishing. Blog history.
27 May 2021 - Due to the current pandemic, speed surveys were postponed. Staff will report back to Council with the study results in the first quarter of 2021 Blog Post
29 January 2021. The planned Amazon Distribution Centre at the north-west corner of Ford Drive and Cornwall is going ahead. Click here for details.
5 March 2021 - The controversial development proposal to build 35 three-storey dwellings in the space currently occupied by Cudmore’s Garden Centre in Bronte is moving forward. Blog history
3 April 2021. As part of the Regional Official Plan Review, currently underway, planners are struggling with how to limit further urban sprawl within Halton. A Wickipedia summary of the issues can be found here. The Halton Environmental Network held a webinar on the subject on March 29. Three local experts discuss experience in Ontario.