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July 2 to August 23
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Sixteen Mile library branch now open!
Grand Opening event on June 8
Oakville Public Library's (OPL) newest location, Sixteen Mile Branch, is open to the public! The branch is located on the property of the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex at 3070 Neyagawa Blvd.

The new branch is 5,000 square feet and features flexible space that will be used for both library and town recreation and culture programs. It offers a diverse collection of books, DVDs and other materials; a children's area; youth drop-in programs; reading spaces; study tables; and computers and laptops.

In the coming years, the town and OPL will work collaboratively to expand the library and recreation and culture facilities within the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.

Join us for our grand opening celebration on Saturday, June 8, starting at 11 a.m. Bring the whole family!
Upcoming events and other information
Council approves 2019-2022 Strategic Plan

Council's 2019-2022 Strategic Plan builds on the success of the previous Council's 2015-2018 Strategic Plan, and sets out new actions to help achieve Council's vision for Oakville to be the most livable town in Canada. Council's five key areas of focus for 2019-2022 are: Livability, Engaged Community, Accountable Government, Mobility and Environment.  
climateXchange Showcase - May 4

Stop by Glen Abbey Community Centre on May 4 anytime from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to take part in family-friendly climate change awareness activities. We'll have lots of great information to share plus free giveaways. Test drive an electric car or take a virtual reality tour of our oceans and coral reefs. Visit oakville.ca to take the climateXchange challenge.
Be a Forest Health Ambassador

Learn how to monitor neighbourhood street trees for invasive insects, disease and other issues related to forest health. The program runs through the summer months and ambassadors can survey as many or as few trees as they like at any time that is convenient for them. Students can earn volunteer hours. Register for our information session on May 30 or June 4.