Park gate permit
Approval is required before installing a gate in a town fence separating private property and active parkland (2023 fee of $193 applies). Gates are not permitted between private property and naturalized parkland or trails.
Park access permit
A Park Access Permit is required to access private property through a town-owned park or trail.
Pool installations, landscaping projects, building projects, renovations, and tree removals are examples of projects that may need to request a Park Access Permit to help workers, materials and equipment to access the property that is being worked on.
The purpose of this permit is to ensure that parks and trails are not damaged during construction and that public recreational access is not unduly restricted due to construction work.
If you need to enter a park or trail with any materials or equipment, complete the Park Access Permit application form and submit along with a certificate of insurance naming the Town of Oakville as additional insured in the amount of $5 million. A non-refundable permit fee of $193 (2023 fee amount) applies, and a refundable security deposit will be determined after a site visit. Submission of the certificate of insurance and application must occur prior to submission of any funds.
- Parks Directory
- Destination Parks
- Splash Pads
- Sports Fields
- Dog Parks
- Outdoor Courts
- Outdoor Ice Rinks
- Skateboard Parks
- Park Planning Projects
- Aspen Forest Park Proposed Splash Pad
- Berta Point West Bank Seawall Improvements
- Bridges, Stairs and Boardwalk replacements
- Bronte Green Subdivision
- Bronte Inner and Outer Harbour Dredge
- Cornwall Road Sports Park Proposed Skateboard Facility
- Crosstown Trail
- George Savage Park All-Season Sport Court
- Oakville Park Soccer Fields
- Palermo Park
- Playground Rehabilitations
- Shipyard Park Seawall Replacement
- Sixteen Mile Sports Complex
- Towne Square
- Trail Accessibility Audit & Strategy
- Travertine Park and Trail
- Wallace Park
- Wynten Way Park Splash Pad & Playground Replacement
- Municipal Greenhouse and Conservatory