Effective January 14, Oakville is under a stay-at-home order as part of the second provincial emergency due to COVID-19. Other restrictions are in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines. The town is reviewing the provincial declaration and will post any service impacts as soon as possible.
Without Walls (WOW) is a phone-based series for ages 50+, featuring favourites including book club and Bingo! No special equipment or account needed.
The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts is also offering a Mini Season of online performances, although our doors will remain closed a little longer.Learn more about our virtual programs
The Town of Oakville continues its commitment to health and safety with altered programs and services, and is in regular contact with public health authorities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Premier Doug Ford announced that Ontario was entering Provincewide Shutdown as of Saturday, December 26, 2020. In response:
We hope to resume squash when facilities are safely able to follow Squash Ontario guidelines.
Visit our Programs FAQs page for more information.
Given the limited number of spaces available for activities in our centres, we remind you to withdraw from any drop-in activity that you are unable to attend. This courtesy will allow other participants access to the activity in your absence.
The most convenient way to withdraw is to login to your personal registration account up until midnight the day before your booking. For last minute day-of or weekend cancellations, please call the community centre directly to withdraw.
If you have questions about cancelling a booking, requesting a membership refund, or have questions about our available programs or services, please contact a member of our Support Services team at 905-815-2000, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Virtual drop-ins and, when available, workout sessions can be pre-booked up to two weeks in advance at active.oakville.ca. Please check your confirmation details carefully, including the location you have selected (when applicable).
Spaces for the 60 or 90 minute sessions are very limited to comply with safety guidelines and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
You must be 14 years of age or older to enter the fitness centre.
Per workout session:
Admission must be pre-paid online. In-person drop-ins, cash payments and complimentary passes are not accepted at this time.
Although paused during the shutdown, we are offering special one-month memership rates for Adults, Seniors, Youth and Students in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When available, these monthly memberships can be purchased directly at our community centres. Memberships can also be purchased by credit card by contacting a Support Services team member at 905-815-2000, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please call 905-815-2000 for membership inquiries or support with alternate payment options.
Memberships can be purchased by credit card by contacting a Support Services team member at 905-815-2000, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Arrangements will be made for individuals who require support for other payment methods.
At this time, memberships are only available on a monthly basis and can be renewed two weeks prior to their expiry.
All previous fitness memberships were cancelled with prorated refunds backdated to March 13, 2020.
In line with Halton Region’s mandatory mask by-law, participants are required to wear a mask when in common areas such as entering or exiting the building, walking to and from the fitness facility, or using the washroom facilities. Masks are not required when participants are actively working out, but can be worn if the participant chooses to.
Please remember that the Town of Oakville does not have the expertise to determine the suitability of any participant for any program in relation to their health or fitness level. The potential participant should do this in consultation with a medical doctor.
We hope to offer group fitness drop-in programming and personal training sessions in the near future. Additional reopening plans will be shared with the public in the coming weeks.
Note: Fitness centres are closed on statutory holidays.
As Premier Doug Ford has announced, Ontario will enter a provincewide shutdown as of December 26, 2020. In response:
When community centres are open, regular admission requirements still apply and all users must be 14 years of age or older to enter the fitness centres.
The Town of Oakville's mission is to provide an environment that is welcoming and comfortable for everyone. Please review the information that follows and is provided under the What do I need to know... tab to ensure you are aware of the health and safety protocols in place, and to assess your comfort level before pre-booking a workout time.
Please note: You must bring indoor shoes to change into when outdoor paths are wet and/or salted.
Before visiting a Town of Oakville fitness centre, participants must pass our COVID-19 screening questionnaire. If you feel unwell, do not come to our fitness centre to work out.
To ensure the best experience for all, users of our facilities are expected to:
The Recreation and Culture department strives to make our programs and services accessible and inclusive to all members of our community including those with intellectual or physical disabilities; attention and behaviour difficulties; vision and hearing impairments; learning disabilities; allergies and medical conditions.
For more information, visit our Inclusion and Support Services page.
Persons requiring that a support person accompanies them in order to participate in Recreation and Culture drop-in programs can apply for an Express Pass. Express Passes are provided at no-charge, provide free entry for the support person and streamlines the program check-in experience.
Support workers will be required to complete COVID screening upon arrival at the facility but Express Pass holders do not need to register the support worker attending public swims or skates with them.
For more information, please speak to a Customer Service Representative at your local recreation and culture facility.
Individuals with seizure disorders or other serious medical conditions should be accompanied by an individual knowledgeable of their condition and responsible who can provide immediate assistance if needed.
1415 Third Line
Glen Abbey Community Centre features:
1051 Glenashton Drive
Iroquois Ridge Community Centre features:
325 Reynolds Street
The Town of Oakville’s new state-of-the-art Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre (OTCC), located on the former site of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, is now open for pre-booked drop-in activities and registered programs.
2302 Bridge Road
2400 Sixth Line
River Oaks Community Centre features:
133 Rebecca Street
Trafalgar Park Community Centre (formerly Oakville Arena) is now open.
Come and check out our Fitness Centre, indoor running track, double-gym, Older Adults area, and more!
Visit the Oakville Arena Redevelopment page for more information about the redevelopment of Trafalgar Park.Trafalgar Park Community Centre page
Drop-ins are not allowed at this time and payment must be made at time of booking. Check out our Programs FAQs for more information.
Please check your confirmation details carefully, including the location you have selected.
Check availability and book your single visit programs using Active Oakville now.