The town is in the Red-Control level under the new provincial COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
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Thank you for joining us for a digital celebration in order to mark this grand opening safely!
Weekly winter programs will be available to browse at Programs Oakville starting Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Our new web application offers a more convenient and user-friendly program search tool for registered weekly programs and workshops.
Registration will begin on Wednesday, December 9 at 7 a.m. for residents.
An active Senior Services membership is not required to register for 50+ programs at this time. Participants must only be 50 years of age or older.
Pre-registration is also required to participate in our drop-in programs. Check availability and book your drop-ins using Active Oakville. If you can't find your favourite program, check back regularly. More activities are being added as safety measures can be put in place.
Monthly memberships are available. Call 905-815-2000 for details.
Town of Oakville recreation facilities remain open with new health and safety measures.
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.
With Premier Ford’s announcement on Friday, November 13, we have moved into the Red-Control level of the provincial COVID-19 Response Framework.
The following are currently in effect at all town-operated recreation facilities:
Not all facilities or amenities are available at this time. If you don’t see your favourite program now, check back regularly. Activities are being added as safety measures can be put in place. Visit our Programs FAQs page for more information.
As well as the long list of amenities that follows, Oakville Hydro and the town have partnered to build a LEED-certified energy efficient building that will include rooftop solar panels, geo-thermal heating and cooling, and a car charging station.
Check out the Town of Oakville Facebook page for photos of the facility.
For more information about the construction process, nearby parks and more, visit the Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre and Neighbourhood Park page.
The facility hosts two large multipurpose spaces.
This spacious area boasts state-of-the-art fitness equipment with built in technology. With over 2,000 sq/ft, this space boasts diverse strength and cardio equipment including a new step rehabilitation stationary bicycle.
This centre is home to Oakville’s largest indoor walking track. The outer lane is 117 metre in length and was built with Mondo high performance flooring.
This inviting space is perfect for all your group fitness workouts. With a beautiful hardwood sprung floor, natural lighting and floor-to-ceiling mirrors, this will be your new favourite Zen spot for Pilates, Yoga and strength training programs.
The gymnasium offers 10,000 sq/ft of active space and is ideal for elite and beginner sports. Features include:
Please note: While most amenities will be ready in September, finishing touches are being made on the pools with plans to open in early October.
Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre is home to the first Natare brand pool in Canada. Natare designs and manufactures high quality stainless steel pools with pristine water quality and low maintenance operation.
The lap pool is 25 meteres in length, six lanes wide and 12 feet deep which is ideal for our local synchronized swimmers. The temperate will be maintained at 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
The leisure pool is a warm water pool, perfect for therapeutic programs. The temperature will be maintained at 92 degrees Fahrenheit.
The universal pool changerooms create a safe, inclusive changeroom option for the community. Features include:
Watch a video conversation with Oakville Galleries Curator Frances Loeffler and Vancouver-based artist Barb Choit about the new public artwork commissioned by the Town of Oakville for display in the galleria of Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre.
The piece draws inspiration from a resident colony of swifts in the old Oakville Trafalgar High School located next to the community centre.
Reynolds St. Café is located in the lobby and will feature a variety of pressed juices, smoothies, and baked goods. Visitors can enjoy a number of specialty coffees including espresso, cappuccino or Americano.
Next to OTCC will be a 0.6 hectare neighbourhood park that will include soft landscaping and trees, seating, a play structure, lawn areas, a water play area, pavilion and bicycle parking.