Proof of vaccination is required at indoor town facilities. Oakville remains in Step 3 of the Province’s reopening plan. Please continue to follow all current public health measures.
Tue, 17 Dec 2019
Warmest holiday wishes from Town Council and staff! Enjoy this special time with family and friends and please keep the following information in mind:
Visit the Oakville Transit website for holiday transit, care-A-van and Home to Hub schedules.
Over the holiday season, town staff continues to ensure that snow plows and salt trucks are prepared for any weather activity. The Snow Information line is available at 905-815-5999.
Spot a problem? Report it! Our Online Services page lets you report a variety of issues like potholes, coyotes, winter services and on-street parking concerns.
To report urgent problems related to roads, traffic lights and signs, parks and trees or storms, please call 905-845-6601 to be connected with our after-hours service.
Overnight holiday parking in Downtown Oakville and Kerr Village is free in all town parking lots from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. until January 6, 2020 (except the parkade at 300 Church Street). To book temporary overnight parking in other areas, visit our Parking Enforcement Self-Service page. Need more time? Use the HONKmobile app to pay for any extra time you need past 9 a.m. Payment can be made from the comfort of your home any time before 9 a.m. Simply note the zone number and lot where your vehicle is parked to secure your parking. This will allow for a little more time to pick up your car.
Learn more on our Parking page.
Cars cannot be parked on the street between 2 and 6 a.m. from November 15 to April 15. If you are expecting to have overnight holiday guests and you have no room in your driveway, request a temporary on-street permit. Parking officers will be on duty throughout the holiday season but the Parking offices will be closed as of December 24, 2019 reopening on January 2, 2020.
Free Family Tim Hortons Holiday skates are available! Visit Active Oakville for times and locations.
The Oakville Fire department would like to remind you that with the hustle and bustle of the holidays, we may be a bit distracted. Please put safety first. Never leave cooking or candles unattended. Decorative lights should be inspected every year before using them. If wiring is frayed or worn they should be replaced. Don’t forget to turn off the Christmas tree lights before going to bed or whenever you leave your home and to keep it watered. Also, please ensure you have working smoke alarms on every level of your home. Visit the Fire Safety Tips page for more details.
Snuggle up with a good book or video from your local library branch. Visit Oakville Public Library website for holiday hours.
For information on holiday garbage/recycling schedules and tree pick up, visit the Halton Region website.
Mayor Rob Burton and Members of Council invite you and your family to join them for a New Year’s Levee on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at Town Hall from 1 to 3 p.m.