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.
The Town of Oakville and its partners used cutting edge technology to identify, catalogue and map public (town-owned trees) in Oakville, including ash trees, to create a tree inventory.
Please note that the information in our tree inventory is based on data collected in 2009 as well as projections created by mathematical models, and therefore it may not be 100 per cent accurate.
To check out the results of the public tree inventory, open the link to Explore Oakville maps (Street and Park Trees). Trees being treated will appear with a red or yellow circle around them. An “x” indicates the tree is dead or dying and will be removed for public safety.
To open the Probable Ash Tree Location page (including private trees), select the Explore Oakville maps - Ash Tree Detection
Interested in the 2010 Town of Oakville Hyperspectral EAB Analysis Report, is available by selecting the link below.
To learn more about using Explore Oakville, open the how to guide.