The information on this page will help provide guidelines on who to contact if you have any concerns about your neighbour’s demolition or construction activity.
Search for active permits in your area.
Check the Active Building Permits interactive map to confirm that a building permit has been issued. If a building permit has not been issued please contact Frank Zhu (email@example.com or 905-845-6601, ext. 3197) or David Silva (firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-845-6601, ext. 3194).
Contact the Ministry of Labour at 1-800-263-6906 for hazardous materials in a building to be demolished or worker health and safety hazards.
Contact Town of Oakville Building Services at 905-845-7376 for concern about building permits for construction/demolition or unsafe construction or building conditions.
Contact Oakville Hydro at 905-825-9400.
Contact ServiceOakville at ServiceOakville@oakville.ca or 905-845-6601.
All residents are entitled to a peaceful lifestyle. Noise By-law 2008-098 regulates noise and attempts to minimize noisy disturbances in your neighbourhood, especially during certain time periods. Visit the Noise and Nuisance Issues page to learn more.
Did you know that there are special requirements concerning parking for the homeowner as well as anyone hired during a construction project? Visit the Parking During Construction page for details.
Many different types of home construction, renovation, demolition and landscaping projects require permits. Visit the Residential Building Permits page for more information on what permits are required.
Contact ServiceOakville at ServiceOakville@oakville.ca or 905-845-6601 for concerns with regard to: blocked streets, sidewalks or driveways; and for any work, debris or mud-tracking on the municipal roadway.
Did you know that there are special requirements if your project is near a town-owned tree? Are you concerned about a tree being cut down? Visit the Tree Protection and Removal page for information on permits and applications.
Zoning by-laws regulate how land and buildings are used, the location of the buildings, lot coverage, building heights and other provisions to ensure proper development. The town's zoning by-law requirements must be satisfied regardless of whether a building permit is needed.