The town is now in Stage 2 of the province’s reopening framework. More town amenities, programs and services are becoming available. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
Fri, 12 May 2017
*Updated - June 2, 2017
Extremely high water levels in Lake Ontario combined with recent rainfall events are continuing to cause damage along Oakville's shoreline. Residents are reminded to use caution around creeks, ponds and the lake as possible erosion can make for slippery and dangerous conditions.
Areas that are taped or fenced off may be unsafe and we ask that residents please respect the closures listed below so that no one gets hurt. Staff are inspecting lakeside parks twice daily to assess conditions and will reopen the parks as soon as it is safe to do so.
Homecoming Trail within Lakeside Park
Oakville East Pier
Bronte West Pier
Bronte Harbour - nightly closure from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Gairloch Gardens (closed halfway down the park from the parking lot)
Dingle Park (trail closed from Allan Street to Trafalgar Road)
Carrington Promenade (westerly portion)
Bronte Harbour launch ramp
Busby Park launch ramp
Timber Lane - West Street pathway
A short section of Water Street adjacent to the Oakville Central Library
For more information about the status of sports fields, visit our Sports Field Closures and Facilities Updates page.
If water threatens to flood structures or roadways, please contact ServiceOakville at 905-845-6601.
Water level updates
The Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) provides information and updates on water levels in Lake Ontario. Call 905-544-5610 to hear an automated message that provides the present water levels in metres followed by the high and low water levels recorded during the previous 12 hours.