Road closures, parking restrictions and shuttle service for July 1, 2022 Canada Day celebration

Monday, June 27, 2022

For information on Canada Day events, please visit our Canada Day page.

Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained in all areas at all times.

The following road closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in Bronte Village for the Canada Day celebration on Monday, July 1. All special event road closures take effect at 5 p.m.

North of Lakeshore Road West:

South of Lakeshore Road West:

There are many private parking lots in Bronte Village not operated by the Town of Oakville. Towing is strictly enforced in these private lots for those who are parking and leave the property. Signs are posted within these lots informing drivers that towing occurs within these private lots.

Be sure to read all posted parking signs and follow all parking restrictions.

Plan ahead for your visit to the Canada Day festivities. Visitors are encouraged to take the Canada Day shuttle to avoid parking challenges. If you do decide to drive please make sure you are park where permitted and avoid private property parking lots where vehicles will be towed.

Please note: Care-A-Van customers need to pre-book their trips to and from the fireworks.

Road closures and additional parking restrictions will be in effect between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Friday, July 1.

Pay-one-way shuttle service to Oakville’s Canada Day event will start from Bronte GO station at 5:30 p.m. Buses will depart Bronte GO Station approximately every 10 minutes until 9:30 p.m. The last shuttle to the park will depart from Bronte GO Station at 9:30 p.m.

Shuttle service from Bronte GO station to the park is $4 per person cash (exact change). Presto cards are also accepted at the applicable rate. Everyone under the age of 12 rides for free.

Shuttle service leaving the park for Bronte GO Station after the fireworks is FREE for all riders. All shuttles are accessible, wheelchair and stroller-friendly. The last shuttle to Bronte Go Station will leave the park at 11 p.m.