Nearly half of all fatal fires in Ontario occur because there are no
working smoke alarms in the home. With the clocks turning ahead
this Sunday, March 8 at 2 a.m. for daylight savings, the Oakville
Fire department reminds residents to replace the batteries in their
smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when they change their clocks. News release
The Budget Committee is reviewing the proposed 2015 budget. It recommends an overall property tax
increase of 1.53 per cent to provide over 60 wide ranging programs and services, and to keep our roads
and facilities in a state of good repair. Learn more. The proposed budget goes to Council March 30.
Help us say thank you to those who contribute to the life and spirit
of our town by nominating them for a Community Spirit Award!
Let’s celebrate these outstanding people, share their stories and
recognize their dedication to making Oakville more livable.
Deadline for nominations is April 13, 2015. Award infoNomination form
Planning and Development Council meeting — March 10, 2015 7 p.m
Join us for an update on the Downtown Plan.
Three staff reports will be presented to Council that influence the Downtown Plan:
Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study final report, Update on the
Downtown Cultural Hub Study, Garage Feasibility Study Downtown PlanAgenda
According to the results, 87 per cent of residents are happy
with their municipal government, 85 per cent are satisfied with
town services and 90 per cent are satisfied with key features
of the town. Find out how the town measures up. News release2015 results