Welcome to Oakville

A vibrant and impressive community within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), the Town of Oakville is a beautiful lakeside town with a strong heritage, preserved and celebrated by residents and visitors alike. Founded in 1857, this striking town has become one of the most coveted residential and business centres in Ontario, and for good reason: Great neighbourhoods, Great places to do business, Quality schools, A full-service acute care community hospital, Proximity to Lake Ontario and recreational areas, Easy access via QEW, 403, 407 and GO Transit, Charming shopping districts in the downtown core. This thriving municipality of about 211,000 residents provides all the advantages of a well-serviced urban centre, while also maintaining its small-town ambiance. Along historical downtown streets, Oakville offers a mix of converted 19th century buildings which accommodate over 400 fine shops, services and restaurants.


Bronte is the community that makes up much of the west end of Oakville, in Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1834, Bronte began as a small fishing village at the mouth of Twelve Mile Creek. Twelve Mile Creek (known informally as Bronte Creek) flows through the middle of town and empties into Lake Ontario. Main roads include Bronte Road (north-south), Lakeshore Road West (east-west, parallel to Lake Ontario) and Rebecca Street (east-west). Streets in the business section include Lakeshore, Jones, Marine, and Ontario Street. Bronte is also accessed via a superhighway (the Queen Elizabeth Way) located to the north of the former village.

Bronte Creek

Central Oakville


Clearview is one of three neighbourhoods in Southeast Oakville (Ward 3). The community is ideally situated with easy access to the Clarkson Go Station, QEW, 403, 407 and downtown Oakville (bordered by the QEW, Winston Churchill Blvd., Royal Windsor Drive and Ford Drive). There are approximately 2200 low and medium density homes. We have many parks and open greenspace areas such as Clearview Park, Wynten Way Park and Kingsford Gardens which are connected by the Avonhead Ridge Trail. Clearview Woods is located across the street from Kingsway Park. Clearview is fortunate to have two fine elementary schools, JK - grade 8, located in the heart of Clearview. James W. Hill Public School and St. Luke Catholic School are both on Kingsway Drive. The secondary schools are Oakville Trafalgar and St. Thomas Aquinas.

College Park

The College Park area is bordered by Upper Middle Road on the north, Sixteen Mile Creek on the west, Trafalgar Road on the east, and the QEW on the south. The neighbourhood was originally established in the 1950s and has continued to grow into the neighbourhood it is today, with a collection of active parks, open spaces, trails and waterways.


The Falgarwood neighborhood is bounded by Upper Middle Road on the North, Trafalgar Road on the West the QEW to the South and East. The area was developed 26 to 60 years ago and now boasts mature trees and wonderful walking trails. There is a wide range of homes from large brick properties backing onto ravines to towering classic condos overlooking Lake Ontario in walking distance of Sheridan College. Morrison Valley cuts through Falgarwood and creates two distinct areas. The area closest to Trafalgar Road is densely populated with townhomes, semis as well as large 15 plus storey apartment buildings. Oakville town hall is located here. East of Morrison Valley is suburban which was built during the late 50s and early 60s (with a few modern pockets). This area is heavily treed with detached bungalows, split level and two storey homes. There are also condo and freehold townhomes.


Glen Abbey

Over the last 30 years, the Glen Abbey property has come to define the character of the Oakville community. While most widely recognized for its role in Canadian golf and the home of the Canadian Open, the 92.7-hectare (229-acre) property has a diverse past that contributes to its cultural heritage. Its lands were home to Indigenous peoples recognized under the 1763 Royal Proclamation. Beginning in 1795, treaties with the British resulted in new settlements on the lands beside Sixteen Mile Creek, notably farms and a sawmill. In the early 20th century, the current property was first consolidated as the private RayDor estate. It then became a 1950s Jesuit religious retreat, and a 1960s golf course country and ski club. Its current form is dominated by the 1970s vision to design the lands to provide an innovative hub and spoke, spectator-friendly golf course for both recreational and championship use.


Joshua Creek

Joshua Creek is a vibrant and elegant area of Oakville, bounded by Dundas Street on the north, 8 Line to the west to Glen Ashton to the South. It follows Glen Ashton east to Grand Blvd when the boundary turns south to Upper Middle Road, then east to 9 Line, and back north to Dundas Street. One of the newer areas, it is characterized by large luxurious homes and townhouses, interwoven with gorgeous natural walking trails and green belts.


Olde Oakville

River Oaks

SouthWest Oakville

Wedgewood Creek

West Oak Trails

West Oakville


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