The Premier of Ontario has declared a province-wide state of emergency and issued a stay-at-home order in response to rising COVID-19 variant infection rates.
The town is committed to being open, accessible and accountable. We’ve joined municipalities around the world by proactively opening up our data to see what’s possible when government and the community collaborate.
Our open data portal offers users of our datasets more ways to interact with and easily download the data.
You are encouraged to use the information that is available under our open data licence.Licence
This procedure establishes the framework for making our data public in support of the town’s commitment to open, transparent and accountable government.Procedure
Open data is information that is available in a format that can be read by a computer, and is made available for anyone to use, transform or republish without restriction.FAQ
The ISO 37120 standard covers a set of 100 indicators to measure a community’s performance and progress in delivering services and ensuring quality of life for its citizens. Visit the World Council on City Data website to see how Oakville’s performance compares to other world-class cities.World Council on City Data