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Town Responses to questions on Amazon facility

Town Planning staff have provided responses to additional questions submitted by JCRA in July, as well as responses to questions submitted by individual residents also in July. Both response documents are attached to this email. All town responses and comments are in...

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

46 electric vehicle charging stations coming soon to Oakville! Oakville is creating a community-wide network of electric vehicle charging stations to encourage more people to use electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Learn more:...

Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre

After many years of waiting, we are delighted that the Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre will be opening this fall.  Due to Covid restrictions, it will be a soft opening, with the full menu of programming getting phased in over several weeks, and offerings will be ...

We Love Oakville – Stop Amalgamation

The campaign continues to gather momentum and support from Oakville residents. If you have not already sent a letter to our Premier and MPP’s, please go to the We Love Oakville website and email this letter now.  Sending a letter is the most important action residents...

Recent Coyote Encounters in our neighbourhood

Coyote encounters in the JCRA area have recently increased and coyote behaviour is more aggressive than typical due to the presence of coyote pups. Please click https://www.oakville.ca/environment/featured-wildlife.html for specific actions residents can take if you...

Joshua Creek Clean Up Saturday, April 27 @9am

JCRA is coordinating the creek clean up on April 27. We will be set up at the back of Maple Grove arena to coordinate volunteers to clean along the creek and ravine paths from the arena south to Lake Ontario and in the park areas beside the arena. Coffee and timbits...

We Love Oakville – Stop Amalgamation

JCRA is supporting this grassroots community organization formed to STOP AMALGAMATION of Oakville with Burlington, Milton, and Halton Hills into one city. Get the facts and how you can support the campaign by visiting weloveoakville.org Info is also available on...

Home to Hub service expanded east of Ford Drive

New weekend service is available Saturday from 7 am to 9 pm, Sunday and holidays from 8 am to 8 pm, excludes areas serviced by Route 4.  Service details can be found on the Oakville Transit website including how to register and book a ride (two hour (2) advance...

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