We understand that information is changing quickly during this time and that everyone is in need of different resources.
While COVID-19 has put the tourism industry on hold, we want to continue providing as much service as we can to those who are currently residing in Oakville and Halton Region during this time.
Updated November 1, 2021
In accordance with provincial requirements, the Town of Oakville has implemented a proof of vaccination program at town facilities. The town’s program requires that anyone 12 years of age or older provide proof of identification and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (or medical exemption) prior to entering or accessing any of the following:
- Indoor use of recreation and culture facilities, including arenas, community centres, pools, senior centres, the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, and Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate
- ServiceOakville counter at Town Hall
The provincial regulation requires that access to recreation and culture facilities is limited to individuals who are fully vaccinated, with some exemptions. These regulations are a baseline requirement and organizations have the authority to go beyond these requirements to strengthen regulations in the interest of public and worker safety.
The town has taken steps to provide additional protection to the community and its employees by requiring anyone 12 years of age or older, including those aged 12-17, to be fully vaccinated to enter town recreation and culture facilities and Town Hall.
The Town of Oakville is in Step 3 of the provincial reopening plan. Step 3 permits outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 100 people with some exceptions, and indoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 25 people. Residents are reminded that all public health measures remain in effect. This means you should continue to maintain a minimum two-metre distance from those outside your household and wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
Visit the Ontario Government‘s website for information.
- Sports fields – organized sports and leagues resume
- Fitness centres
- Indoor pools
- Oakville Museum pre-booked indoor tours
- Facility rental applications for indoor facilities
- Picnic areas, on a first come first serve basis
- Outdoor Wedding Ceremonies are currently being permitted with availability at Nottinghill Park.
- Photography in parks permits – Nottinghill Park requires a permit
- Harbour offices
- Special Event applications are currently being accepted
- Group exercise classes
- Ice arena drop in skates at Sixteen Mile Sport Complex, Maple Grove, River Oaks Rink B, Trafalgar Park and Glen Abbey
- Seniors Centres for limited in-person activities. Register online using Active Oakville or call 905-815-2000
- Oakville Centre for Performing Arts for in-person and live-streamed events
- All service counters other than ServiceOakville within Town Hall. Online services and electronic applications are available.
- Municipal Greenhouse
- Pool spas, saunas and slides
- Outdoor pools (closed for the season)
- Kinoak Arena
Follow the links below to continue reading about all the services currently available in Oakville: