Residential Character Study Underway in Oakville
Oakville known is for many things: mansions, fancy people, and fabulous restaurants all make the list.
Since we’re talking about aesthetics, what do you think about the look and feel of your neighbourhood?
That’s what the Town of Oakville is looking to find out.
A residential character study is underway to understand the existing character and the 'look and feel' of the town's residential areas; better understanding may support improvements to policy, urban design direction, zoning and other processes.
The study will look at the residential areas south of Dundas St., excluding growth areas and heritage districts.
Residents can contribute by taking a quick five-minute online survey before Oct. 1 or attending one of six open houses.
You can drop in between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at one of the following locations:
Wednesday, Sept. 13
Oakville Public Library - Central Branch
120 Navy St., Auditorium
Thursday, Sept. 14
River Oaks Community Centre
2400 Sixth Line, Community Room B
Monday, Sept. 18
Glen Abbey Community Centre
1415 Third Line, Community Room B
Tuesday, Sept. 19
Oakville Public Library - Clearview Branch
2860 Kingsway Dr.
Thursday, Sept. 21
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Rd., Multipurpose Room 1
Wednesday, Sept. 27
1225 Trafalgar Rd., Bronte Room
Check out the residential character study to learn more.
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