For detailed information on how to care for your lawn and garden in compliance with provincial regulations on the use and sale of pesticides, view the following resources:
To receive hard copies of these publications please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The town has been working since 2002 to keep public lands free from chemical pesticides by:
To see a green garden in action, visit the Anderson Bridge Parkette demonstration site which features educational signage and a design that includes water efficient, biodiverse, pollinator friendly and native species. Located at the corner of Rebecca and Forsythe streets, this garden is a partnership between the town, the Oakville Horticultural Society and Halton Region. Read more about this innovative and beautiful garden on our biodiversity page.