While the town remains in Stage 3, some town recreation programs are temporarily paused in response to an increase of COVID-19 cases in Halton. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
To dispute a parking ticket or by-law notice, you or your agent must act within 15 days of ticket issuance. Acting beyond the 15 day period may result in additional fees.
If your ticket was issued for any of these offences, you may resolve your dispute online:
This process requires an online booking where the reason for dispute is submitted to the Screening Officer to review. A decision is delivered by email once completed.Online screening
For all other types of tickets, appointments are available by phone only.
Please book your initial screening meeting (to be held by phone) online or by calling 905-845-6601.Book a screening meeting
The initial screening meeting is overseen by a screening officer who has the authority to uphold, reduce, or extend time to pay the penalty. Valid tickets are not cancelled.
If you are not satisfied with the decision of the screening officer, you have up to 15 days after the decision to request a review by an independent hearing officer. The decision of the hearing officer is final. To request a review by a hearing officer, you or your agent must submit a Notice of Intention to Appear at a Hearing Meeting form to the Town of Oakville within 15 days of the screening decision. This form is available by contacting Enforcement Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 905-845-6601.
For more information on your parking ticket please visit the Administrative Penalty System for Parking Violations page.
Town of Oakville
1225 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3
Parking ticket issued before November 12, 2015, have been forwarded to the Ministry of Transportation Ontario for collection.