To help slow the spread of COVID-19 and support Public Health officials, the Town of Oakville has joined the Province of Ontario and Halton Region in declaring a State of Emergency. Facilities and parks remain closed. Only essential services are being delivered.
Each area of Oakville has its own unique character and the new communities in north Oakville are no exception.
Located just north of Dundas Street, south of 407, east of the new Oakville Hospital and west of Ninth Line, these well-designed neighbourhoods are home to an extensive trail network, bike paths, and green space.
With schools, shops, sports fields, and commercial centres just moments away, north Oakville truly is the place to live, work, and play.
All sales offices for homes in new residential subdivisions are now required to display a full-size Neighbourhood Information Map and accompanying notes, as approved by the Town, within the sales office. These maps and notes will provide specific information to prospective purchasers regarding the subdivision and surrounding neighbourhoods.
As Neighbourhood Information Maps are approved by the Town they will also made available in pdf format on this webpage.
The following neighbourhood maps are similar to the Neighbourhood Information Map. However, they were prepared before the requirements for the Neighbourhood Information Map described above were put into effect.
Key map (pdf)
Bronte Green (pdf)
East Preserve | Mattamy (pdf)
North Oakville | EMGO (pdf)
Oak Village | Minto (pdf)
Preserve 1 | Mattamy (pdf)
Preserve 2 | Mattamy (pdf)
Preserve 3 | Mattamy (pdf)
Seven Oaks | Sixth Line Corporation (pdf)
Woodland Trails 1 | Davis-Minardi (pdf)
Woodland Trails 2 | Davis-Minardi (pdf)
Woodland Trails (Sixth Line) | Timsin-Arassa (pdf)