Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival
March 2 - 31, 2019
Saturdays & Sundays
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
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Council provides feedback to province on regional government review
Town Council unanimously passed a resolution from Mayor Rob Burton on Monday night that highlights the strength of existing municipal governance in Oakville and Halton Region. The resolution also encourages residents to share their thoughts with the Province before any change to municipal representation or possible merger with other municipalities takes place.

"Oakville Council does not favour any structural change in governance because we already have established and effective working relationships with both the Region of Halton and our neighbouring municipalities," said Mayor Rob Burton. "We have continually worked together to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of services. We have conducted major reviews to ensure value for money for our taxpayers and we work closely with Halton to ensure we don't have duplication in our areas of shared responsibility. Two-tiered government works here in Halton."
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Community Energy Plan survey

Together with Sheridan College, the Town of Oakville is helping the community develop a Community Energy Plan (CEP) for Oakville. To help shape the vision and goals of the plan, the CEP task force is asking residents to share their thoughts on energy issues through a short online survey. Tell us what matters most to you!
Stay active, get fit!

If you want to be active and get more exercise into your regular routine, we can help! With a Town of Oakville Fitness membership, you can enjoy all five of our fitness centres! Our fitness memberships are flexible and hassle-free. No contracts and no pressure. Find the perfect fit for you!
Get details on salt, snow and sidewalks

Did you know? Many salt storage depots across Ontario have been depleted. We're being prudent with our salt usage. Streets with the greatest volume of traffic, called primary roads, are salted or sanded first. Sidewalk salting and sanding is done only on primary and secondary sidewalks when extremely slippery conditions exist.