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!
22 April 2021 - Halton Region is under a province-wide stay-at-home order and requires everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes. Find out who is currently eligible and book your vaccine appointment through the Halton's Online Booking System. Click here for the latest Oakville coronavirus update.
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
22 April 2021 - Coyotes tend to be more visible during the spring – more sightings, more interactions with dogs, more shadowing (or following) of people. A virtual community information session was held on March 31 where staff and experts from partner agencies were available to answer coyote questions. Blog history
17 February 2021 - The owners of the old Medical Arts Building at 358 Reynolds have proposed replacing it with a 3-storey condo apartment building comprised of 14 apartments. The Town has deferred the amendments, pending further investigation. The owners have appealed the matter to the Local Planning Appeals Tribunal for resolution. 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.
25 January 2021. Oakville will establish a 40 km/h speed limit on all local and minor collector roads across the town. Click here for details.
20 April 2021 - Oakville's Official Plan, Livable Oakville, identifies Midtown as the strip of land across the entire northern border of our neighbourhood. It runs from 16-Mile Creek to Chartwell Road, and from Cornwall Road on the south to the QEW as its northern border. The Plan for the area will be amended to bring it into line with recent Provincial Policy revisions. Blog history
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.