While the town remains in Stage 3, some town recreation programs are temporarily paused in response to an increase of COVID-19 cases in Halton. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
Do you enjoy working with children? Are you physically fit? Why not become a school crossing guard? If you are interested in becoming a Town of Oakville crossing guard applications are available at:
Human Resources Department
Town of Oakville
1225 Trafalgar Road
Or you can open an application form (pdf).
Or apply online by viewing our current opportunities.
Crossing guards work a maximum of three hours per day during the school year.
The town joins the Ontario Traffic Council and municipalities across the province in celebrating the contributions of school crossing guards in our communities.
Print a thank you card to give to your favourite crossing guard to show your appreciation!
Drivers and cyclists must stop and yield the whole roadway at school crossings where there is a crossing guard displaying a school crossing stop sign. For more information, visit the Ministry of Transportation website.
The Town of Oakville Crossing Guard Program is the responsibility of the town's Traffic Operations division of the Roads and Works Operations department. Crossing guards are responsible for helping school kids cross busy streets in Oakville.
The Crossing Guard programs assist children from the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board. Crossing guards assist young students at more than 90 locations in Oakville.
There may be times during the school year when extreme temperatures or weather conditions impact crossing guard locations in Oakville. Details are outlined on the Inclement Weather Procedure for Crossing Guards page.
Crossing Guard Office
905-845-6601, ext. 3363