As the province plans for recovery, the town is beginning to slowly bring back services and reopen some public spaces. Provincial emergency orders and the town’s physical distancing by-law remain in effect. We must all continue to follow guidelines from Public Health officials.
Parking studies undertake a comprehensive look at current parking availability in Downtown Oakville, Kerr Village and Bronte Village. The studies make recommendations for future parking in these commercial districts.
The town of Oakville is undertaking a parking utilization survey for the commercial parking in Bronte Village.
The Bronte commercial district has undergone some recent changes that have affected the parking availability for customers and visitors to the area.
The survey will:
Survey staff will be in Bronte at various times throughout August 2018 with initial work starting on Thursday, August 2.
Following the date collection, staff will review the results and look for opportunities to improve the commercial parking in 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. Review the December 3, 2013, Community Service Committee agenda for more information.
Commercial District Parking Study executive summary — Downtown Oakville and Kerr Street Village (pdf)
Commercial District Parking Study final report — Downtown Oakville and Kerr Street Village (pdf)
Commercial District Parking Study Technical Report A — Parking Demand Analysis (pdf)
Commercial District Parking Study Technical Report B — Parking Supply Response (pdf)
Commercial District Parking Study Technical Report C — Market Potential Opportunities, Initiatives, Remedy Options (pdf)
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Municipal Enforcement Services
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