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.
Visit the 2013 Budget Book page for details about the base operating budget, the capital budget and program based performance measures.
Meeting its commitment to keep the total property tax increase in line with inflation, Oakville Council unanimously approved a 3.01 per cent increase to the town’s portion of the tax bill for an overall property tax increase of 1.47 per cent. This means an average home assessed at $400,000 will pay an additional $55.20 per year or $1.06 per week for town programs, services and infrastructure renewal.
Visit the December 18, 2012, 2013 Budget news release page.
Effective January 1, 2013, Council approved increases to the town’s rates and fees for various town programs and services in order to help fund service delivery. These include fire prevention and suppression fees; planning and development application fees; harbours and cemeteries fees; sports rental and user fees; room rentals; recreational programming; and transit fares among others. Visit the 2013 rates and fees page for details.
Open the Harbours Mooring Slip Rates (pdf) memorandum to Council from the Budget Committee meeting on November 12, 2012.
October 18, 2012: Oakville launches ‘Idea Forum’ to engage community in 2013 budget process
November 13, 2012: Oakville releases 2013 Budget discussion documents
November 19, 2012: Oakville seeking public input on 2013 budget
December 13, 2012: Budget Committee recommends 3.01% increase to town portion of tax bill, 1.47% increase to total property tax
December 18, 2012: Council approves 3.01% increase to town portion of tax bill, 1.47% increase to total property tax
Mayor Rob Burton
Councillor Tom Adams
Councillor Cathy Duddeck
Councillor Dave Gittings
Councillor Jeff Knoll