The town works in partnership with regional, provincial and federal levels of government to deliver a high level of service to our residents.
The Town of Oakville stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and our Ukrainian community and shares the community’s concern and sorrow regarding Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine.
Learn more about how you can support Ukraine.
The Halton Community Services Directory (HCSD) is owned by Halton Information Providers (HIP), a coalition of community resource centres in Halton.
Listings cover a broad range of programs and services, from access to basic necessities of life, to enhancement of personal and social growth.
As Canada’s senior population continues to grow, it’s more important than ever to support the health and wellbeing of older Canadians. That’s why the Town of Oakville is taking steps to become a more age-friendly community where all residents can be active and engaged members of the community at every stage of life.
Oakville's Age-friendly Baseline Study (pdf) provides an overview of the town’s current "age-friendliness" and sets a direction for moving forward with future age-friendly planning.
An age-friendly community is designed to help seniors live safely, enjoy good health and stay involved.
As part of its Global Age-friendly Cities Project, the World Health Organization identifies eight key areas of community life that can become more age-friendly:
Senior Manager, Recreation Planning & Development
905-845-6601, ext. 3151
Cannabis for non-medical is legal in Canada effective October 2018. Ontario laws are in place regarding how, where and who can buy and possess cannabis in the province. The minimum age for use of cannabis is 19, the same as for alcohol.
Visit the Cannabis Information page for more information.
CORE is a membership-based program that offers community groups and organizations (including casual groups who meet informally and/or play pick-up sports) support in delivering their services to the community.
Visit the CORE page for more information.
Every year, Oakville residents spend countless hours volunteering their time to make our town a better place to live, work and play. Oakville Community Spirit Awards are presented to individuals, organizations, businesses and community groups who have demonstrated ongoing leadership, dedication and involvement in Oakville.
Visit the Community Spirit Awards page for more information.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) is responsible for aircraft noise management and noise complaints for flights operating our of Toronto Pearson International Airport. To learn more about GTAA noise management or to register a noise complaint, please visit the GTAA noise management website.
Transport Canada is a department of the Government of Canada. If you have any comments or concerns please contact your local Member of Parliament.
Gary Carr, Regional Chair
Halton Regional Centre
1151 Bronte Road
Oakville, ON L6M 3L1
Toll Free: 1-866-4HALTON (1-866-442-5866)
Stephen Crawford, MPP, Oakville
74 Rebecca Street, Unit A
Effie Triantafilopoulos, MPP, Oakville North - Burlington
Unit 570, 2525 Old Bronte Road
Information Oakville is a department of Oakville Public Library, dedicated to providing residents of Oakville with up-to-date, quality information regarding supports and resources available to the community.
Visit the Oakville Public Library website for more information.
Residents and community associations register each year with the Town of Oakville Clerk's department. The registered information is used for public and corporate reference. By registering with the town, associations receive notification of municipal issues and public meetings which may be relevant to them.
Visit the Residents Associations page for more information.
Oakville has a number of pre-schools, elementary schools, high schools, independent schools and post-secondary institutions. To find out more, explore the following links:
Oakville also has various pre-schools, continuing education programs, and english-as-a-second-language courses. Please visit the Halton Community Services Database for more information.
The Oakville Recreation and Culture department offers four different unique programming options where students can experience hands-on learning in performing arts, studio arts, recreation, and heritage programs. Visit the School Curriculum Teacher Resources page for more information.
Volunteers are the helping hands of our organization and their efforts enhance the quality of life for all residents and visitors. As a volunteer, you develop new and valuable skills, meet new people, contribute to the community, gain experience and build positive self-esteem.
Visit the Volunteers page for current opportunities.
Visit the Halton Region website for services related to to health, housing, social assistance, seniors, pregnancy/parenting and childcare.
Visit the ServiceOntario website to obtain a health card and driver’s licence, as well as information on vehicle licensing.
Visit the ServiceCanada website for information about social insurance cards, income tax, employment insurance, passports, immigration and citizenship, old age security and the Canada Pension Plan.
For more information visit the Other Government Services page.