Discover Bronte Creek Provincial Park, explore town parks and the lakefront, set sail from Bronte Harbour — there are many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in Ward 1 — or catch the train at Bronte GO for farther-flung adventures
Bordering Bronte Village is a historical area that began as a port and evolved into a fishing village and summer holiday destination. It holds the character of a village community and is focused on the pedestrian-oriented areas along and around Lakeshore Road West and Bronte Road. The surrounding residential area, the waterfront, and the harbour contribute to its unique heritage and sense of identity.
North of the highway you will find the beautiful Bronte Creek Provincial Park and the southwestern corner of Palermo Village.
The Town of Oakville was founded on the treaty lands and traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Ward 1 sits on both Treaty 14 land which covers the majority of Oakville and beyond, and Treaty 22 land, which includes the lands at Twelve Mile (Bronte) Creek south of the QEW.