Provincial emergency order remains in place until at least May 29
The town is working towards reopening more outdoor amenities over the coming week, while maintaining provincial orders and following public health directions.
The following amenities opened this week under provincial COVID-19 safety protocols requiring two-metre distancing during use and no groups of more than five, other than members of the same household.
All playgrounds, playground structures, splash pads, outdoor fitness equipment and public washrooms remain closed. Review the news release for details.
Good morning residents,
As we know that many are finding it challenging ordering deliveries of essential items, we have decided to share that Chris Merrick, a WHRA resident, has offered his delivery service to the community. His information is attached.
During these challenging times the businesses of Kerr Village and Downtown Oakville require our support. Many have shifted their businesses to allow residents to enjoy take out or delivery services.
Find out more by visiting these websites:
Friday, November 8, 2019
Noon – 2 p.m. | Ribbon cutting at 12:15 p.m.
Join us for our ribbon-cutting celebration and a complimentary slice
of cake, then please stay and enjoy the park. Purchase a bite to eat
at one of the food trucks on site during the event, take a self-guided
tour and discover all the new features and points of interest the
park has to offer.
Harbours Master Plan Public Meeting
Join us on Wednesday, June 13 at 7 p.m.
Oakville’s beautiful and historic harbours are vital to our community and an important part of what makes Oakville such a great place to live, work and visit.
Based on extensive public consultation in 2016 and 2017, the Town of Oakville has developed a Harbours Master Plan that will ensure Bronte and Oakville Harbour continue to thrive well into the future.
Join us at a public meeting on June 13 at Walton United Church in Bronte where staff will present study findings and future directions.
Dear West Harbour Residents
I would like to invite members of the WHRA to join members of Oakville Yacht Squadron on “Get Out On The Water” day on June 23, 2018.
In support of the Ontario Sailing “Get Out On The Water” efforts (https://getoutonthewater.ca), the Oakville Yacht Squadron (OYS) is opening its doors to local residents who wish to experience sailing on Lake Ontario. Families in Oakville who are interested in attending will be paired with a host boat from OYS and go out sailing for one to two hours on Saturday June 23, 2018. This event is free and starts with a brief meeting at the OYS club house at 12:00 pm. Children must have a life jacket. The day ends with hot dogs, pop and ice cream at the club at 3:00 pm. The number of registrants will be limited to 40.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, with your name, your email, mobile phone number, number of adults attending and number of children attending.
Oakville Yacht Squadron
One of the many wonderful things about the West Harbour area is our abundance of urban amenities, with Kerr Village, Downtown Oakville, and Lakeshore Road all a few steps from our front doors. Yet right on the West Harbour door step, Waterworks Park and Tannery Park offer secluded, quiet areas to indulge in a bit of Muskoka tranquility, without the annoying drive through Cottage country traffic.
The weather is beautiful, and so is the West Harbour area. Take some time to stroll around our neighbourhood, say hello to fellow residents, and stop in at some of our fantastic area restaurants and shops.