Town of Oakville Address and Contact Number

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Town of Oakville Direction

Oakville is a residential town in southern part of Ontario province, situated on Lake Ontario in Canada. The present area of the town was home to agrarian nomadic Mississauga Indian Tribe. On 2nd August 1805, under a treaty signed between the tribe and British Crown, the tribe sold the lands between Hamilton and Etobicoke to British barring lands along side Credit River, Twelve Mile Creek and Sixteen Mile Creek. In the year 1820 the Mississauga Tribe sold the land beside Sixteen and Twelve Mile Creek, of which land at Sixteen Mile Creek was purchased by a businessman and politician named William Chisholm, under whose supervision the creek prospered into a Harbor village, which was now called Oakville. Initial industries of the town were Ship building, timber and wheat production. New roads were built and buildings erected as prosperity grew, and in 1857 the village was upgraded to town. In 1850's decade, Grand Trunk Railway was built passing through the town. With the period of time, industrialization of Oakville started with beginning of oil refineries of Shell and Petro Canada though now closed, an automobile plant and Canadian headquarters of Ford Motor and the highway between Toronto and Fort Erie called Queen Elizabeth Highway. In 1962 the town expanded and included surrounding villages of Postville, Bronte, Merton, Sheridan, Proudfoot's Hollow and Palermo.

Communities of Town

The planning department has divided the town into 13 communities based on conventional localities viz., College Park, Bronte, Iroquois Ridge North, Iroquois Ridge South, Eastlake, Old Oakville, Kerr Village, Glen Abbey, West Oak Trails, Clearview, River Oaks, Palermo and Uptown Core. Oakville actively promotes art through The Oakville Arts Council, Oakville Centre for Performing Arts, Oakville Galleries (Centennial Square and Gairloch Gardens), Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Center and Children's Choir.

Events and Cultures

Oakville is popular for sports. It has its professional teams viz., Blue Devils in Soccer associated with Oakville Soccer Club, Canada's largest soccer club; NWHL Team in Women's Ice Hockey. Oakville Crusaders Club, Canada's largest rugby club is located in Oakville. Other sports in town are basketball, baseball, golf and hockey. Annual festivals are organized in the town namely; For the Love of arts festival which is held in Spring that shows local music, dance, art and craft; Midnight Madness held in July to help local shops to display their new products; Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival an annual jazz music festival.

Facilities and Services

For commuting Oakville has rail services known as Via Rail and GO Transit, local bus service is provided by Oakville Transit. Police services is provided by Halton Regional Police Service and fire services by Oakville Fire Department. Oakville is also known for Appleby College an international school and Sheridan College famous for business and animation studies.

Contact Details of Town

Fax: 905-815-2001
TTY Phone: 905-338-4200
Bell Relay: 1-800-855-0511
E-Mail: /

Central Council Office

Mailing Address:
Central Burlington
Burlington City Hall
426 Brant St
Burlington, ON L7R 3Z6

General Administration: 905-335-7600
Clerk's Department: 905-335-7698
Toll Free Phone: 1-877-213-3609
Fax: 905-335-7675

Address of Town of Oakville

The address of Town of Oakville is Corporation of the Town of Oakville, 1225, Trafalgar Road Oakville, ON L6H 0H3.

Contact Number of Town of Oakville

The contact number of Town of Oakville is 905-845-6601.

Email Address of Town of Oakville

The email address of Town of Oakville is

Website of Town of Oakville

The Website of Town of Oakville is

Contact Person of Town of Oakville

The contact person of Town of Oakville is Mayor Rob Burton.

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