Storm results in program cancellations, facility closures in Oakville


Published December 23, 2022 at 1:31 pm

Beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday (Dec. 23), all public town facilities in Oakville will be closed due to the ongoing winter storm.

“The town apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused,” said the Town of Oakville.

Snow clearing will soon begin in parts of Oakville. The town will start plowing primary roadways like Trafalgar Rd. and Dundas St. where there is 2.5 centimetres of snow accumulation and residential roads will be plowed after 7.5 centimeters.

Residents can watch our progress through Oakville’s Winter Plow Map, which shows our efforts in clearing the roads. Learn more by visiting the snow clearing page.

“Our staff are working hard to keep our roads and sidewalks safe,” said the Town.

Here’s a look at the program cancellations and early facility closures on this day:

Town Hall

Administrative offices and the ServiceOakville counter will close, however residents can still reach ServiceOakville by calling 905-845-6601 or emailing [email protected]Online services are available for service requests.

Recreation facilities and libraries

Recreation and culture centres, seniors centres, arenas and pools will be closed at 2 p.m. Recreation and Culture, Library and Museum scheduled programs and drop-in activities will be cancelled starting at 2 p.m. due to the ongoing winter storm.

Tonight’s performance of Classic Albums Live: Lennon and the Beatles Christmas at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts is cancelled. Visit the OCPA website for more details.

Trafalgar Park outdoor rink

Trafalgar Park outdoor ice rink is currently closed due to weather conditions and will remain closed for the remainder of the day.

Transit Service and Schedules

Due to winter conditions, Oakville Transit is experiencing a few minor delays. Please plan accordingly and travel safely. For impacted services, follow Oakville Transit on Twitter or visit the Oakville Transit website.


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