Councillor Adams appointed chair of 2018 Budget Committee

Town plans for continued inflation level tax increases

At the inaugural 2018 Budget Committee meeting on June 26, 2017, Councillor Tom Adams was appointed as Oakville’s budget chair for the tenth consecutive year. Councillor Adams holds his Master’s in Business Administration from McMaster University and is a former senior risk manager to one of Canada’s major financial institutions.

Oakville is committed to offering valued services and programs to residents and making strategic investments in community priorities. Each year the town’s budget is one of the most important tasks facing Town Council, who have directed staff to prepare a budget that keeps the overall tax increase in line with inflation. The target for 2018 has been set at an overall property tax increase of 1.8 per cent, including the town, Regional and educational shares of the property tax bill.

Key budget pressures outlined by Nancy Sully, deputy treasurer and director, Financial Planning, include $1.4 million to implement the increased minimum wage announced recently by the Province, and $1.3 million in costs related to growth in the town including the operation of new transit vehicles, the cost to maintain new parks and roads, as well as costs associated with operating the new Trafalgar Park Community Centre (redeveloped Oakville Arena) and a proposed library.

The town will be looking at transforming the way services are delivered in order to respond to budget pressures in 2019 and 2020 relating to Trafalgar Park and the opening of the Southeast Community Centre (on the former hospital lands), a new fire station in Palermo, as well as other funding needs. Council has directed staff to keep overall property tax increases in line with inflation in both 2019 and 2020.

“The town is at the point where we must move beyond simple cost containment measures to keep tax increases at the rate of inflation in future years,” said CAO Ray Green. “Council, staff and the community will need to work together to set priorities, and look for opportunities to transform the way we deliver services.”

Green recommended a comprehensive reshaping of the organization that will enable the town to meet the overall budget target set by Council and create a longer-term vision for the financial sustainability of town operations.

“Oakville is recognized as having the healthiest finances in Ontario, and keeping those finances strong and secure is a key part of Council’s vision to make Oakville the most livable town in Canada,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Staff have made us aware of potential pressures on the horizon, and recommended we take proactive steps to address them. We are confident that taking early action will help assure the long-term health of Oakville’s finances.”

Staff noted that the 2018 budget documents would be released on November 21, 2017. Staff will present the Budget Committee with an overview of the proposed 2018 operating and capital budgets, including opportunities for potential savings or increased revenues. The Budget Committee will hear input from pubic delegations before making a recommendation on December 12, 2017 to Council. Final Council approval of the operating and capital budgets is scheduled for December 18, 2017.

“Our key focus for this budget is to meet our goal of keeping overall property tax increases in line with inflation, while building and renewing infrastructure and maintaining high quality services for the community,” Councillor Adams said. “Public input is a critical piece of our annual budget process and I look forward to engaging with residents over the next few months.”

For more information, access the staff report included in the June 26, 2017 Budget Committee meeting agenda or visit the 2018 Budget page.


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Town announces 2017 Community Spirit Awards nominees

Thursday, May 11, 2017 – for immediate release

Town announces 2017 Community Spirit Awards nominees

Winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony on June 7

The Town of Oakville is excited to announce the 37 nominees for the 16th Annual Community Spirit Awards. Congratulations to the following individuals and organizations nominated for their dedication and commitment to the Oakville community:

Access Award – sponsored by Access Abilities

Bingo Rivera

Arts Award – sponsored by The Oakville Beaver

Diana Isherwood
Brenda Smith
William Smith
Wanyu Zhao

Group Volunteer Award – sponsored by Town of Oakville

100 Guys Who Care Oakville
Bronte Harbour Yacht Club
KSM’s Souper Kitchen Team
May Court Club of Oakville
Syrian Settlement Committee of St. Andrew’s Church
The Oakville Rotaract Club

Heritage Award – sponsored by Genworth Financial Canada

Mary Davidson

Individual Volunteer Award – sponsored by Paradiso Restaurant

Janet Barber
Carol Crowe
Stephen Dankowich
Dennis Ford
Julie Gladu
Anne Lamont
Kelly Luscombe
Carilyn McNaught
Lynn Pike
Jan Tingle
Haileigh Walsh
Barry Wylie

Senior Award – sponsored by Chartwell Waterford Retirement Residence

Clare Henderson
Carol Kelley
Margaret Larson
Peter Lowes
Alex and Jean Mason
Ralph Wallace

Youth Award – sponsored by RBC Royal Bank

Aiza Abid
Marica Pinnock
Michelle Rubach
Sydney Turner
Teen Tech Team
David Vidican
Wanyu Zhao

The winners will be announced at the Community Spirit Awards ceremony and reception on Wednesday, June 7 starting at 6:30 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre located at 2302 Bridge Road. Tickets for the event are available for $15 each through the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts website or by calling the box office at 905-815-2021, Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no reserved seating for this event.

The 2017 Community Spirit Awards will be designed by local illustrator, designer and portrait artist Emily Soden. Emily works closely with oil, acrylic scratchboard and pencils, but her favourite mediums are watercolour and ink. Her commissions are inspired by nature and animals, often showcased as recurring themes in her work.

Visit our Oakville Community Spirit Awards page for more information.


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Oakville’s 2015 Annual Report highlights achievements and continued financial health

Oakville’s 2015 Annual Report now available online

The Town of Oakville’s 2015 Annual Report outlines the town’s continued fiscal strength and highlights key achievements in meeting the needs of our community.

“Council is committed to growing Oakville’s economy, keeping our finances healthy and providing high-quality services for our residents,” Mayor Rob Burton said. “The 2015 Annual Report showcases another banner year for the town. Thanks to Council’s vision, the dedication of our staff and continued support from the community, we are working to make sure Oakville remains a great place to live and make a living.”

The town’s external auditors, KPMG, have again provided an unqualified audit opinion on the Consolidated Financial Statements. An unqualified, or “clean” audit opinion indicates that the financial statements prepared by the town are a fair presentation of the financial position and financial results for the past year. The financial statements attest to Oakville’s continued solid financial position which allows the town to be well positioned to face future economic and growth challenges.

The annual report also highlights the progress made towards the priorities outlined in the town’s 2015–2018 Strategic Plan.

The Former Hospital Site Project started in late 2015 with a public open house for residents to learn about the town’s five-year plan to create a vibrant, new community centre, park, and potential future housing. Continued consultation with residents and key community partners over the next five years will be critical in our efforts to reinvent the site to meet the needs of Oakville residents.

To support the town’s Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), retail action plans were completed in 2015 for Downtown Oakville and Kerr Village, similar to the work completed for Bronte Village in 2014. The town will continue to support the BIAs in implementing recommendations on governance, marketing, and events to enhance the business environment for these main street districts.

Council approved the five-year transit plan that aims to deliver more frequent service, better GO Train connections, and direct service to the new Oakville hospital. Oakville Transit also introduced “home to hub” bus service, allowing residents in newly developed areas north of Dundas to be picked up at home and dropped off at the Uptown Core terminal.

The town also continued to focus on service delivery improvements through the use of technology, with the launch of new tools like FindOakville, an interactive online mapping tool to help business owners and realtors find available commercial land and buildings; the Oakville mobile app, to keep residents connected – anytime, anywhere; and the web-based app, Active Oakville.

Other highlights from 2015 include the debut of our Summer Cultural Connection and the town’s designation as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers. Oakville was also the first Canadian municipality to receive accreditation from the Society of Municipal Arborists for our exceptional forestry programs.

The audited financial statements are presented in accordance with the Canadian Public Sector Accounting Standards, and prescribed policies issued by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. The annual report, with the audited Consolidated Financial Statements, presents the financial position of the town and its consolidated entities for the 2015 fiscal year, 2015 achievements, and 2016 key strategic initiatives.

The 2015 Annual Report can be reviewed on the Annual Reports page.


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Outstanding volunteers honoured at 15th Annual Community Spirit Awards

Thursday, June 9, 2016 – for immediate release

Outstanding volunteers honoured at 15th Annual Community Spirit Awards

Record-breaking 38 individuals, groups and organizations nominated

Oakville’s most inspiring volunteers were celebrated for their exemplary contributions to the community at the 15th Annual Community Spirit Awards held last night at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.

2016 Community Spirit Award recipients:

Nicky Lawson, Access Award sponsored by Access Abilities
Dawne Rudman, Arts Award sponsored by the Oakville Beaver
BusiWomen, Group Volunteer Award sponsored by the Town of Oakville
Greg Munz, Heritage Award sponsored by Genworth Financial Canada
James Montague, Individual Volunteer Award sponsored by Paradiso Restaurant
Fred Drews, Senior Award sponsored by the Town of Oakville
Matteo Esposito, Youth Award sponsored by RBC Royal Bank

“On behalf of Council, I congratulate both the nominees and recipients of the Community Spirit Awards,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Oakville’s volunteer participation rate is consistently above the provincial and national averages. Our town is a better, more livable place for their commitment and dedication.”

Chris Mei, television host of the Weather Network, was the emcee for the evening, entertaining the audience while sponsors handed out the awards. Each recipient received a one-of-a-kind award designed by local furniture and wood-working artists Joseph Bauman and Dayna Gedney.

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Since 2002, Oakville’s Community Spirit Awards have recognized individuals and groups for their outstanding contributions to the community. Visit the Oakville Community Spirit Awards page for more details.


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Town announces 2016 Community Spirit Awards nominees

Monday, May 9, 2016 – for immediate release

Town announces 2016 Community Spirit Awards nominees

The Town of Oakville is excited to announce the 38 nominees for the 15th Annual Community Spirit Awards.

Congratulations to the following individuals and organizations that have been nominated for their dedication and commitment to the Oakville community:

Access Award – sponsored by Access Abilities

Nicky Lawson
Donovan Roossien
Maple Grove United Church

Arts Award – sponsored by The Oakville Beaver

Patricia Carrasquilla
Marda McLean
Mary Rose and Wade Pitman
Dawne Rudman

Group Volunteer Award – sponsored by Town of Oakville

100 Women Who Care
BusiWomen
Dossantos Family – Oakville Taekwondo Club
GE Power and Water Process Technologies
Mye Japanese Restaurant
Optimist Club of Oakville
Souper Kitchen Team
St. John Ambulance Dog Therapy Program
Suite Melody Care
The Tomato Ladies
Welcome Team Oakville Hospital

Heritage Award – sponsored by Genworth Financial Canada

Greg Munz

Individual Volunteer Award – sponsored by Paradiso Restaurant

Anna Armstrong
Leslie Ashworth
Reese Cooper
Doris Greening
Ana Hourahine
Thera Issawi
Laura Mang
Renato Medeiros
James Montague
Amalia Voicu
Amber Wyne
Chloe Zhou

Senior Award – sponsored by Town of Oakville

Fred Drews
Grant Foster
Pam Schwarz
Lorna Van de Mosselaer

Youth Award – sponsored by RBC Royal Bank

Kristen Ashworth
Matteo Esposito
Julia and Vanessa Silano

Winners announced June 8, 2016

The winners will be announced at the Community Spirit Awards ceremony and reception on Wednesday, June 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre located at 2302 Bridge Road. The 2016 awards are designed by local furniture and wood-working artists Joseph Bauman and Dayna Gedney.

Tickets for the event are available for $15 each through the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Visit the Oakville Centre website or call the box office at 905-815-2021, Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no reserved seating for this event.

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Oakville releases 2015 Budget documents

Staff recommends 1.53 per cent overall tax increase

Today, town staff presented Oakville’s proposed 2015 operating and capital budgets to the Budget Committee achieving Council’s direction to keep the total property tax increase in line with inflation. Town staff recommended a 2.35 per cent increase to the town’s portion of the tax bill for an overall property tax increase of 1.53 per cent including the approved region increase and estimated education tax rates. The proposed increase would see residential property taxes increase by $13.35 per $100,000 of assessment meaning that a home assessed at $400,000 would pay an additional $53.40 per year or $1.03 per week.

“The recommended budget is about responsible management of taxpayer dollars,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Our goal is to offer valued programs to the community, make strategic investments in infrastructure, while keeping property taxes in line with inflation. This proposed budget delivers on that promise.”

Staff is recommending a $459.1 million combined budget for operating and capital requirements to provide over 60 wide ranging programs and services including winter road maintenance, parks and trails, harbours, transit, emergency services, recreation and culture, senior services, libraries, and to keep the town’s 1,900 kilometres of roads and 1.9 million square feet of community facilities in a state of good repair.

According to the budget presentation from town Deputy Treasurer and Director of Financial Planning Nancy Sully, the 2.35 per cent increase to the town’s portion of the tax bill includes a 1.19 per cent increase for the costs of providing town programs and services, and a 1.16 per cent increase in funding for infrastructure renewal. When the town’s portion of the tax bill is combined with the estimated regional and education tax levy, it results in the proposed 1.53 per cent increase on the property tax bill.

The town’s capital budget provides funds for both the replacement of aging infrastructure and the construction of new infrastructure. Key capital projects for 2015 going forward for approval include: $7.1 million for road resurfacing and preservation; $5.3 million for reconstruction of Sixth Line north of Dundas Street; $3.9 million for the town’s Emerald Ash Borer Management Program; $2.9 million for the replacement of old Oakville Transit buses; $2 million for improvements to portions of the North Service Road; $1.8 million for Bronte Harbour dredging; $1.8 million for improvements to Speers Road; $1.7 million for west shore landscape rehabilitation at Sixteen Mile Creek; $1.7 million to replace aging roads and works equipment, and $975,000 for the design and preliminary work towards the rehabilitation of Oakville Arena.

“This recommended budget keeps the total property tax increase in line with inflation while delivering long-term sustainability of our infrastructure, our facilities, as well as our outstanding programs and services,” said Budget Committee Chair Councillor Tom Adams. “I encourage residents to review the budget documents and provide feedback over the coming weeks. These are your tax dollars at work.”

With the budget process now underway, the Budget Committee will be holding both formal and informal public consultation meetings before the budget is brought forward to Council for approval on March 30.
The public is encouraged to get involved in the process through the following opportunities:

Budget Open House on Wednesday, February 25 at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre from 7 to 8 p.m.
Budget Open House on Tuesday, March 3 at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre from 7 to 8 p.m.
Commission presentations at Budget Committee meeting on March 5 at 9:30 a.m. and March 9 at 9:30 a.m., if required
Public delegations presented at Budget Committee meeting on March 11 at 9:30 a .m. and 7 p.m.
Budget Committee deliberations on March 23 at 9:30 a.m.
Final Budget approval by Town Council on March 30 at 7 p.m.

All Budget Committee and Council meetings will be held in Council Chamber at Town Hall, located at 1225 Trafalgar Road and are open to the public. For those who cannot attend the meetings, they are streamed live on TownTV. Residents can also email their comments to budget@oakville.ca. All submissions whether in person, writing, email or social media, will be considered as part of the Budget Committee deliberations.

If you would like to attend a meeting and have any accessibility needs, please contact Kathy Patrick at 905-845-6601, ext. 4235 or fill out the accessible online feedback form

For more information and to view the 2015 Budget documents visit the 2015 Budget page.


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Town finalizes $130 million contribution to new Oakville hospital

Tuesday, January 27, 2015 – for immediate release

Town finalizes $130 million contribution to new Oakville hospital

Old hospital site will transfer to the town

Council pre-approved $130 million in the town’s 2015 capital budget for its local share commitment to the new Oakville hospital at its meeting last night. Council also approved the terms for the transfer of the Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital site to the town. The Local Share Master Legal Agreement with Halton Healthcare Services (HHS) that sets out the precise amount and timing of the contribution will also go to the HHS Board of Directors in February for approval.

“Council’s vision to support a new state-of-the-art hospital will come to life in December 2015, providing our community with new and improved healthcare services,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Additionally, this facility will create opportunities for jobs, development of an adjacent new life sciences park and new community facilities on old hospital lands.”

The town’s $130 million contribution needs to be made to HHS three weeks prior to the substantial completion of the new hospital, scheduled for July 2015. The town expects to raise up to $90 million of the contribution through debt debenture financing and to transfer the remaining $40 million from a reserve that was established from Oakville Hydro’s sale of Blink Communications in 2010.

Debt financing charges from the debenture will be funded from revenues earned by Oakville Hydro’s energy projects and will have no impact on Oakville Hydro electricity rates or town taxes.

“The town’s $130 million contribution will not raise property taxes — Council has delivered on its commitment,” said Mayor Burton.

The Region of Halton will issue the debt debenture on behalf of the town this spring. The town will receive title to the old hospital site at the same time that the local share contribution is made, however vacant possession of the site is not expected until March 2016, to provide HHS with sufficient time to decommission the old hospital building.

According to HHS officials, construction of the new Oakville hospital at Third Line and Dundas is now more than 90 per cent complete and the hospital is on schedule to open in December 2015.

The 1.6 million square foot hospital will set a new standard for inpatient care design in Canada, combining innovative architecture and the latest in technology to deliver high quality patient and family centered care efficiently. The HHS single patient room design is leading edge in terms of patient accommodation and infection prevention and control with hand wash stations located within the sightline of the patient. Dropped sill windows will enhance the patient view and dedicated staff, patient and family areas will enrich the patient experience.

“Building a new hospital for Oakville is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said Denise Hardenne, HHS President & CEO. “We have benefited from the tremendous support we received from the Town of Oakville both in terms of financial support and through their contributions at the Board level and as a member of the Capital Planning Advisory Committee. With the support of the Town of Oakville, Halton Healthcare Services will be successfully delivering on its April 2010 promise to make the new Oakville hospital a reality.”

For more information on the new Oakville hospital visit the Halton Healthcare Services website.

Review the report “Financial and Legal Agreements Related to the Town’s Contribution to the new Oakville Hospital” on the January 26, 2015, Council agenda.


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What’s happening at Town Hall — January 26 to 30, 2015

Friday, January 23, 2015 – for immediate release

What’s happening at Town Hall — January 26 to 30, 2015

Do you want to know what’s happening at Town Hall? Are you interested in participating in local government? Here’s a highlight of what’s happening January 26 to 30, 2015.

January 26

Appeals Committee 
Location: Town Hall, Oakville Room, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Council 
Location: Town Hall, Council Chamber, 7 – 10 p.m.

Standing Committee Reports
Administrative Services Committee (January 19, 2015)
2015 Budget Committee (January 20, 2015)

Discussion items:
By-law 2015-015 – Financial and Legal Agreements Related to the Town’s Contribution to the New Oakville Hospital
Support for the United Steelworkers “Stop the Killing, Enforce the Law” Campaign relative to the Westray Amendments to the Canadian Criminal Code
Support for Free and Fair Trade and Open Procurement Between Canada and the United States

January 27

Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee
Location: Town Hall, Council Chambers, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

What’s happening at Town Hall provides an overview of upcoming Town of Oakville meetings and other events. The public is welcome to attend these meetings. For agendas and copies of reports, please visit the agendas and minutes page. For more information and additional upcoming meetings, please visit the Council calendar or news and notices page.

For more information

Kathy Patrick
Supervisor, Council and Committee Services
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 4235
kathy.patrick@oakville.ca


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What’s happening at Town Hall — December 15 to 19, 2014

Friday, December 12, 2014 – for immediate release

What’s happening at Town Hall — December 15 to 19, 2014

Do you want to know what’s happening at Town Hall? Are you interested in participating in local government? Here’s a highlight of what’s happening December 15 to 19.

December 15

Administrative Services Committee 
Location: Town Hall, Oakville and Trafalgar rooms, 7 – 10 p.m.

Consent items
By-law 2014-134 – 2015 Interim Tax Levy
Tax Apportionments
2014 Noise Exemption Permits Issued
2014 Municipal Election Accessibility Initiatives
Oakville Universal Design Standards for town facilities
By-law 2014-123 – Records Retention By-law Update

Discussion items
By-law 2014-113 to address Purchasing regulations, processes and methods and to rescind By-law 2010-130
Internal Audit 2013 Annual Report and Status of 2014 Annual Work Plan
Diversity Initiatives Status Update
2014 Accessibility Status Update
September 30th 2014 Financial Progress Report
Appointments to Citizen Committees – Committee of Adjustment, Community Spirit Awards Selection Committee, Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee and Property Standards Committee

Advisory Committee minutes
Accessibility Advisory Committee (August 14, 2014 )
Accessibility Advisory Committee (September 11, 2014 )

Community Services Committee Meeting 
Location: Bronte and Palermo rooms – 7 – 10 p.m.

Consent item
By-law Amendment 2014-121 to By-law 1984-1 (The Traffic By‑law)

Discussion items
Oakville’s State of the Environment (SOER) Report 2014 Annual Report
Request for All-Way Stop Control at Grand Oak Trail and Blue Holly Crescent / Edgerose Lane
Fourth Line Reconstruction (Speers Road to Wyecroft Road) Design Approval

December 16

Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee 
Location: Town Hall, Palermo Room, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

What’s happening at Town Hall provides an overview of upcoming Town of Oakville meetings and other events. The public is welcome to attend these meetings. For agendas and copies of reports, please visit the agendas and minutes page. For more information and additional upcoming meetings, please visit the Council calendar or news and notices page.

For more information

Kathy Patrick
Supervisor, Council and Committee Services
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 4235
kathy.patrick@oakville.ca


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What’s happening at Town Hall — June 23 to 27, 2014

Friday, June 20, 2014 – for immediate release

What’s happening at Town Hall — June 23 to 27, 2014

Do you want to know what’s happening at Town Hall? Are you interested in participating in local government? Here’s a highlight of what’s happening June 23 to 27, 2014.

June 23

Seniors Picnic
Location: Coronation Park, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Council 
Location: Town Hall, Council Chamber, 7 to 10 p.m.

Consent item
Amendment to the 2014 Council and Standing Committee Schedule

Discussion item
Oakville Hydro Annual General Meeting and Quarterly Update, Approval of 2013 Consolidated Financial Statements, Directors Remuneration, Appointment of Auditors and Authorization Request

June 24

Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee 
Location: Town Hall, Council Chamber, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Special Council – Emergency Plan training session 
Location: Town Hall, Bronte, Palermo, Trafalgar and Oakville rooms, 1 to 4 p.m.

June 26

50 Shades of Black opening reception
Location: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, 2302 Bridge Road, 7 to 9 p.m.

What’s happening at Town Hall provides an overview of upcoming Town of Oakville meetings and other events. The public is welcome to attend these meetings. For agendas and copies of reports, please visit the agendas and minutes page. For more information and additional upcoming meetings, please visit the Council calendar or news and notices page.

For more information

Kathy Patrick
Supervisor, Council and Committee Services
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 4235
kpatrick@oakville.ca


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