Stay up-to-date with the Town of Oakville’s latest COVID-19 policies by following the information below:
Updated March 25, 2022
Masks are no longer required at most town facilities
Halton Region has lifted Regional Mask By-law. Effective March 21, mask wearing is no longer required to enter any town facility, with the exception of public areas within the transit facility and on town buses. While masking will no longer be mandatory, it is important to remember that people will have different comfort levels with the lifting of various COVID-19 restrictions. The town supports residents and their choice to continue the personal protective practices that make them feel comfortable and encourages residents to continue following public health guidance:
- Get vaccinated for COVID-19, including getting your booster shot
- Stay home if you are sick
- Wash or sanitize your hands frequently
Please note that provincial and regional regulations require masks to be worn on Oakville Transit buses and within public areas of the transit facility until April 27, 2022.
Masks are also required in the following circumstances:
- Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are required to wear a mask until day 10 following a positive test result or the onset of symptoms (whichever occurred first).
- Close contacts and household contacts of individuals with COVID-19 are required to wear a mask for 10 days after exposure.
- Individuals who have recently traveled outside of Canada, have to wear a mask for 14 days upon return.
Visit the Ontario Government‘s website for information.
- Oakville Public Library
- Select tennis and pickleball courts will be cleared of snow
- Outdoor ice rinks including the refrigerated outdoor rink at Trafalgar Park are open at 50 per cent capacity as the weather allows (schedules for outdoor skating at Trafalgar Park are available on Active Oakville)
- Town park and trails remain open
- Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts for in person and livestreamed events
- Outdoor wedding ceremonies are currently being permitted at Nottinghill Park and the Butterfly Gazebo at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park.
- Photography in parks (Nottinghill Park requires a permit)
- Appointments for marriage licences and Commissionings/Affidavits
- Civil marriage ceremonies can be booked in Council Chamber beginning March 25
- All recreation and culture facilities including fitness centres, pools and arenas for drop-in activities. Capacity limits for all recreation and culture programs and services will gradually increase based on available resources
- Sessional programs and workshops
- Seniors Centres for limited in-person activities
- Oakville Museum for select drop-in and pre-booked activities
- Rental permits
- Municipal Greenhouse
- Oakville Harbour office
- Service counters other than ServiceOakville at Town Hall are closed.
- Residents and businesses are encouraged to continue using the town’s online services where possible.
- Council and Committee meetings will continue to be held virtually until further public health measures are lifted.
- Bronte Outer Harbour office
Follow the links below to continue reading about all the services currently available in Oakville: