As the province begins to gradually ease restrictions on January 31, 2022, the Town of Oakville is ready to welcome residents back to our facilities with health and safety measures in place.
All leash-free dog parks are open.
Public health officials remind you to:
Visit the COVID-19 Information page for more detail.
The results have been compiled, 73.8 per cent of dog park users support making the pilot two-zone division permanent. The temporary fencing will be replaced with permanent fencing.
Permanent fencing is scheduled to be installed in April or May 2022.
Leash-free dog parks are fully fenced areas where owners are allowed to have up to two dogs off-leash at a time. They are self-funded by dog walking groups and operate year round, seven days a week from dawn to dusk. Search the Leash-Free Dog Parks map for location details.
Visitors are encouraged to bring reusable or biodegradable containers to the park rather than plastic - if using plastic, please make use of the appropriate recycling container or take them home with you to dispose of in your blue bin.
Outside of leash-free areas, the requirements of the dog control by-law must be met at all times:
Visit the town's by-laws web page for by-laws relating to dogs (licensing, biting, dogs at large).
Dogs are not permitted in the following areas under any circumstances: