TD Songs of Summer

August 10 & 11 


Downtown Oakville 

2017 Annual Report now online 
Oakville's 2017 Annual Report provides residents with an overview of the town's financial health and how resources are being used, plus a snapshot of  the town's key achievements in delivering on the goals set out in Council's 2015-2018 Strategic Plan. 

"Our annual report shows that the town works just as hard on maintaining strong financial health and good fiscal management as we work on always lifting our livability," Mayor Rob Burton said. "I am proud to share the facts and figures of our success with residents and community partners who I believe are just as passionate about Oakville's future as Council and I are."
Upcoming events and other information

New fall and winter programs offered!

Registration for fall and winter recreation and culture programs opens this Saturday, August 11 at 9 a.m. We offer a large variety of activities for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy. Search our interactive digital Fall 2018/Winter 2019 Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide and find a program to get active and creative with us! 
Check out the MagnusCards app

Oakville Public Library and Oakville Transit have teamed up to offer the MagnusCards app, designed to help individuals with autism or other special needs interact independently and with confidence in our community. The app provides step-by-step instructions to guide users through daily activities, such as riding an Oakville Transit bus or using Oakville Public Library services. 
My neighbour's construction

Home renovations and construction projects in established neighbourhoods can be both a welcome improvement and a challenging disruption. Have questions? We have a solution! Visit for guidelines and contact information for who you can turn to if you have concerns about your neighbour's construction activity.