The Town of Oakville works to ensure that all residents have the opportunity to access programs and services offered by the Recreation and Culture department regardless of age, ability or financial need.
Oakville Community Basketball League (OCBL) for youth
The Town of Oakville is proud to partner with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities to offer an exciting opportunity for youth – boys and girls – ages 10-14, to play in a summer basketball league.
Games for this league will take place at Glen Abbey Community Centre on Wednesday evenings, 5-9 p.m., from July 5 to August 31, 2017, inclusive. Visit the OCBL page for more information.
Under the Recreation Connection program, financial assistance is available based on total net income of all family members and the number of people in your household.
Once your application is received and approved, you will receive an account and registration information letter. Each eligible family member on your application will receive a credit of $300 which is valid for one year. You may apply for and receive the credit once per year.
Applications for Recreation Connection will be ongoing throughout the year. The first day of each customer's 12-month enrolment period will be the date their credit is added to their account.
Where can I submit my Recreation Connection application?
Recreation Connection applications can be submitted (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) at the following locations: Glen Abbey Community Centre, Iroquois Ridge Community Centre, Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, Recreation and Culture Department at Town Hall, River Oaks Community Centre, and Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.
Click on the following headings for more information.