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.
Town Council approved the facelift option for rehabilitation in May 2019. Staff will report back to Council in 2020 on a proposed plan to resolve infrastructure issues.Design concepts
The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts Feasibility Study is currently underway and will provide recommendations as to whether the facility can be renovated and expanded or rebuilt on its existing site.Study details
The Oakville Public Library Feasibility Study is currently underway and will provide recommendations for the downtown library.
The Downtown Cultural Hub (DCH) initiative is exploring opportunities to create a downtown cultural and performing arts space including: a performing arts centre, art gallery, library, outdoor program space and indoor cultural space or digital hub that will become the cultural, social and economic heart of our community. The DCH is part of the Downtown Plan.
Received information about the progress of the Downtown Cultural Hub projects listed below.
Review the April 10, 2018, Special Planning and Development Council staff report for details.
The Downtown Plan is one of the major projects in Vision 2057, but there are several smaller projects that inform and help influence the decision-making process for the Downtown Plan.
Downtown Oakville Strategic Action Plan
Downtown Oakville Strategic Review
The Oakville Centre Feasibility Study
Town purchases downtown Post Office, 197 Church Street
South Central Public Lands Study
Urban Design Manual
Zoning By-law Review (inZone)