Free P.A. Day Skate
Friday, June 7
9:30-11:30 a.m. and
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Sixteen Mile Sports Complex, 3070 Neyagawa Blvd.
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It's coyote pupping season 
Be coyote-smart!
Coyote sightings often increase this time of year when they are having pups and are more active around and protective of their den sites. They may set up dens near residential neighbourhoods.

The Town of Oakville is working with Coyote Watch Canada to provide education on how to avoid negative interactions with coyotes. Respect, compassion and education are common sense tools we can all use to nurture safe and healthy human-wildlife interactions.

If you know a coyote or a den is nearby, keep away and consider changing your route for a while until the coyote and pups have moved on. Keep dogs and small children away from the area.

If you are ever followed by a coyote or have one enter your yard, practice hazing to maintain the coyote's fear of humans and let it know it is not welcome on your property. Always call 911 if you feel you are in immediate danger. You can get more tips and information at oakville.ca or coyotewatchcanada.com.
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Your Community Energy Plan

The Town of Oakville, Sheridan College and the Oakville Energy Task Force have partnered to develop a plan that will help the town, residents and businesses work together to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions while strengthening the local economy and building an affordable and reliable energy future. What matters to you? Please complete our short survey by June 21 and help shape the plan.
College Park area parks - take our survey

If you live in or frequent parks in the College Park area, take our survey and come to our information session on June 19 to learn more and provide your input on a plan we're developing to guide future improvements to parks and trails in this area.
Council business at Town Hall

The next Planning and Development Council meeting is on Monday, June 10. Join us for updates on the latest planning issues facing the town including a proposed by-law to regulate vacant buildings and vacant properties. You can also tune in to watch live coverage of the meeting on the town's YouTube channel.