Family Day
Monday, February 18
Various town facilities 
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Apply to be an Oakville firefighter by February 1

Town opts out of retail cannabis stores 
Decision to be reviewed in December 2019
The Town of Oakville decided at its Council meeting Monday night that it will opt-out and not allow privately-operated cannabis retail stores in Oakville.

"Town Council's vote to opt-out reflects what we have heard throughout our community," said Mayor Rob Burton. "We are supporting a wait and watch approach at this time. Municipalities just don't have enough input into cannabis retail stores when it comes to notice, location, zoning and licensing."

Council will reconsider its decision in December 2019 when staff will bring forward a new report once more information on retail cannabis is available.
Upcoming events and other information
Energy Plan Task Force meeting 

We're working with Sheridan College to help the community develop a Community Energy Plan (CEP). By working together, we can improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase our resilience to climate change. Attend the public CEP Task Force meeting on January 23 from 9 a.m. to noon at Town Hall to learn about the plan as it's being developed. 

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Bring on the snow. We're ready!

When snow begins to accumulate plows clear primary and secondary roads first to ensure that you, and emergency vehicles like fire trucks and ambulances, can safely travel. Real-time snow clearing updates are available through our PlowOakville interactive map. Using GPS technology, the map tracks the progress of town plows as they clear roads during a snow event.
Council business at Town Hall 

Upcoming meetings at Town Hall include the Administrative Services Committee (ASC) and Community Services Committee (CSC) meetings on Monday, January 21 at 7 p.m. There will also be a final Budget Committee meeting on Tuesday, January 22 at 7 p.m. The final recommended budget will go to Council for approval on January 28.

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