Oakville Children's Festival   
Saturday, August 17
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
2302 Bridge Road
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Visiting beautiful Bronte?
Let us help you find a place to park 
Many businesses in Bronte Village have free parking in their lots, but make sure you read the signs and park in these lots only while you are visiting the stores or restaurants on the property. If  you plan to spend time enjoying the waterfront after your shopping, parking is available on Ontario Street and at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park. There is also free bicycle parking in our bike corrals on Bronte Road. 

Doing a quick shop or coming for dinner? We've introduced a paid parking pilot to promote short-term stays so that spots become available more often for customers of the nearby stores and restaurants. Parking is just $1.50 an hour, free after 6 p.m. and on Sundays and holidays. Use the HONK mobile app and the promo code BRONTE to get up to $5 free parking with your first use in Bronte. 

Visit oakville.ca for a map of all your public parking options, and enjoy your stay!
Upcoming events and other information
2020 budget process begins

Each year, the town's annual budget is one of the most important tasks facing Town Council. Oakville is committed to offering valued services and programs to residents and making strategic investments in community priorities while keeping tax increases in line with inflation. Public input is a crucial piece of our budget process. Four meetings are scheduled for November and December. We invite you to join us and get involved. Email us at budget@oakville.ca
Sparky's Dog Days of Summer is back!

Cool off this summer with a trip to the splash pad and a special visit from the Oakville Fire Department. Bring the whole family Thursday nights for a chance to meet the fire crew, check out the fire truck, take part in activities and get tips for preventing fires and staying safe. Domino's Pizza will also be on site, selling pizza slices for a $1.50 each with proceeds going to the United Way of Halton and Hamilton. Check the website for the complete schedule.
Proposed vacant property by-law

Vacant properties that are not maintained can attract pests and have a negative impact on property values and the neighbourhood. The town is proposing to implement a vacant property registry by-law. We'd like your input. Join us at our public open house to learn more and have your say:  
Wednesday, July 31 
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Bronte Room, Town Hall