What Town of Oakville facilities are closed for Labour Day weekend

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Published September 2, 2021 at 12:38 pm

All Oakville Public Library branches will be closed on Septermber 5 and 6. INSAUGA PHOTO

With the Labour Day weekend here, several Town of Oakville facilities, including Town Hall, community centres and libraries, will be closed to the public on Monday.

Here’s a list of facility closures and schedule updates for this weekend.


Town Hall is closed September 6.

Online services will be available to submit service requests from the comfort of home.

To report urgent problems related to roads, traffic lights and signs, parks and trees or storms, call 905-845-6601 to be connected with our after-hours service.

Community Centres and Pools

All community centres will be closed on September 6, so pre-registered activities will not be available that day.

Please note that all outdoor pools will close for the season on September 5.

Library branches

All Oakville Public Library branches will be closed on Septermber 5 and 6.


For more information about park amenities and locations, please visit the https://www.oakville.ca/culturerec/parks-trails-gardens.html page.

Parking around popular parks

No Parking signs and increased fines will be implemented around popular parks to help reduce overcrowding, traffic congestion and illegal parking in these areas which can impact neighbourhood safety and access for emergency service vehicles. For more information, visit https://www.oakville.ca/residents/on-street-parking.html page.


The Bronte Outer Harbour office and fuel dock are open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Oakville Transit will provide holiday service on Monday, September 6.

Holiday service is the same as Sunday level of service, and is provided from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Fire safety

If your long weekend plans include a trip to the cottage, backyard fires or BBQs, the Oakville Fire department is urging you to take the proper precautions to stay safe.

For information on fire safety please visit the https://www.oakville.ca/residents/fire-safety.html page.


According to Fireworks By-law 2009-056, Labour Day is not a firework-permitted holiday. Visit our https://www.oakville.ca/residents/fire-safety-fireworks.html page for more information.

To report noise concerns related to fireworks, please use our https://townofoakville.force.com/ServiceOakville/s/submit-a-noise-request.

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