new link from the Town for Traffic Study Meeting

Hello residents

For those of you who are interested in attending the virtual meeting this afternoon at 2 p.m. we have received a new link from the Town

Information regarding the meeting can be found in the previous post.

Your WHRA Executive

Traffic Studies and West Harbour Town Meeting

Hello West Harbour Residents

In our last newsletter we informed you that the Town would be doing further traffic studies in the summer months and some of you might have heard of a plan for a study at Burnet and Wilson Streets and an additional study at the intersection of Brant and John Streets, where residents see a need for four way stop signs. 

In the meantime, we have been advised that the Town will be holding a virtual meeting on June 14th to discuss traffic concerns and all West Harbour residents are invited to attend.   Please see details below.

If you wish to attend, please respond to:

Phoebe Fu, P.Eng., PMP

Commissioner – Community Infrastructure

Community Infrastructure

Town of Oakville | 905-845-6601, ext.2272

Or reply to this email and we will pass along your information.


Your WHRA Executive

The Town of Oakville would like to invite you to attend a meeting regarding West Harbour Neighbourhood.  

Date: Monday June 14th 2021

Time: 2 – 3 p.m.

Join on your computer or mobile app

 Click here to join the meeting<>

Or call in (audio only)

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Green Drive Webinar

Excerpt from the Mayor’s Newsletter:

The Halton Environment Network and the Small Change Fund has recently established the Green Drive Oakville project which is working to explore a possible a new community business that would employ local Oakville residents to install Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers and green driveways in homes within our community.
The Green Drive Oakville team is currently doing market research and need our help – they want to find out what Oakville residents think about EV chargers, electric cars (including ones to be made in Oakville), and removing old asphalt and concrete driveways and replacing them with permeable surfaces that reduce the strain put on the town’s stormwater system. 
Residents are invited to join the Green Drive webinar on Wednesday, June 2 at 12:30 pm and at 7:00 pm to learn more about this initiative and participate in their live survey. To register for the 12:30pm webinar, please click here. To register for the 7:00pm webinar, please click here.

Regional Official Plan Review

The Regional Official Plan (ROP) is a land use policy document created by Halton Region to shape the Region’s future growth and development. Halton Region is currently in the midst of the Regional Official Plan Review which takes place every 5 years.

Learn about the process here:

Have your say here:

Town follow up meeting invitation – Re: Tannery Park Traffic

Town of Oakville would like to invite you to attend a follow-up meeting regarding West Harbor Neighbourhood.

Topic: West Harbour

Time: Apr 16, 2021 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 951 7401 7401

Passcode: 999999

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Town Council Meeting tonight Re: Garden Drive Revera Development

Hello Residents
 This is a reminder of tonight’s public Council meeting that can be viewed on YouTube starting at 6:30 pm.

 Item #6 on the agenda will be the delegation from the Garden Drive Residents Association, who oppose the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment to 105, 115-159 Garden Drive.  This is the group that WHRA supports in their submission to Oakville Town Council to deny the application submitted by Revera/SmartCentres, to build a for profit retirement home on the property.

We hope you are able to view this Council meeting as this proposed project would have a big impact on our West Harbour community.


Your WHRA Executive

Town of Oakville Coyote Information Night



On Wednesday, March 31 staff will be holding a virtual public Coyote Information Night, via zoom webinar, from 6:30-8:30 pm. The coyote web page has been updated with the information and details on how to register for the meeting.

Residents will be able to get answers to their coyote questions, learn how to respond to coyote sightings, and gain the knowledge they need to reduce coyote conflicts.

We will be including information on the meeting in eNews, will be sharing on social media and sending a community advisory to the media and residents’ associations.

To join the meeting please register online. Once registration is complete you will receive an email providing you with the link to join the meeting on March 31.

West Harbour Transportation Study

Hello WHRA members, 

In August of 2020, the Town of Oakville and a representative from Halton Police met with residents regarding concerns regarding traffic and parking concerns within the West Harbor neighborhood. Subsequently, the Town undertook a survey of traffic and parking in the areas surrounding Tannery Park, and along Brookfield Road. The survey was conducted in the Fall of 2020.  The Town of Oakville has now released a West Harbour Traffic Study Report.  

The report is attached.  It outlines the Town methodology, findings and recommendations. The recommendations do include the possibility of all way stops at Wilson and Burnet. The Town has scheduled a follow-up virtual meeting to discuss the study recommendations and next steps for Thursday, February 11 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. If you would like to participate in this meeting, please use the following link:


Your WHRA Executive

Halton Energy Network (HEN) Survey

Hello WHRA members,

We would like to share with you an opportunity to participate in an online home energy survey being conducted by the Halton Energy Network (HEN). HEN is a local non-profit exploring how we can help Halton homeowners make their homes more energy efficient. 

The results of this survey will be included in assessing the feasibility of a social purpose organization (whose mission supports profit and community benefits) to support home energy upgrades (also known as deep energy retrofits). The survey is confidential, but they will also share statistics back with the community. It will remain open until February 14, 2021. Please see the attached document for more details.

You may access the survey here:


Your WHRA Executive