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Parking studies undertake a comprehensive look at current parking use, availability, policies and programs. The studies make recommendations for future parking in Oakville.
Building upon the Urban Mobility and Transportation Strategy, and Community Energy Strategy, the Town of Oakville is conducting a parking study to help determine the current and future needs of parking within our community. The study will help develop a strategy that will manage parking demands, foster good urban design, support economic development and look at ways to encourage alternative forms of transportation such as cycling, walking, and transit.
Parking management plays an important role in the town's plan to manage current and future urban mobility. This study will collect data such as vehicle ownership, parking utilization, parking duration, and parking space size requirements to determine current parking demand for various communities within Oakville, and plan for the future.
This study will be informed by town policies, plans and strategies such as the Livable Oakville Plan, the North Oakville East and West Secondary Plans, and the Transportation Master Plan. The study will also build upon previous studies completed for North Oakville, downtown Oakville, Kerr Village, and Bronte Village for both residential and commercial areas within the town.
The study is expected to be completed at the end of 2022.
If you would like further information on the study, have any questions or comments, or would like to be added to the study mailing list, please contact:
Town of Oakville
R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited
Bronte Parking Survey - A survey for the commercial parking in Bronte Village. Following the survey, in 2019, the town implemented a pilot commercial parking program in the Bronte Village.
2013 Commercial District Parking Study - Study findings and recommendations were presented to the Community Services Committee on December 3, 2013, and approved by Council on December 16, 2013.
Municipal Enforcement Services - Parking