Town of Oakville, Ontario

Population (Year): 213800  (2021)

Oakville, Ontario, faces some infrastructure challenges despite being a well-developed city. One of the major challenges is the city’s transportation system, which can become congested during peak hours due to increasing population and development. Oakville’s aging water and wastewater infrastructure also requires significant investment to meet the needs of the growing population. The city’s public transit system is relatively underdeveloped, and improvements are necessary to provide efficient and sustainable transportation options. Additionally, the city’s housing market faces affordability issues, which poses a challenge for low-income residents. Despite these challenges, Oakville is making strategic investments in infrastructure to address these issues and ensure that the city remains a desirable and livable community for its residents.

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

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Project Satus


New Parkade Traffic and Revenue Control


Replace current revenue control system at the 300 Church Street parkade with new equipment, system and control gates. The system controls the entry and exits from the parkade as well as securing the payments from parking customers.



Not Started


EV Charging Stations


The town implemented a public EV charging program starting in 2021. The estimated useful life of the equipment is 10 years. This project plans for the replacement of the 23 level 2 dual EV charging stations to continue the program and service. Without a plan for replacement of the assets, the public EV Charging program will end. The estimated cost to replace the existing units is $230,000. Acquire new EV Charging stations to replace the existing units at the end of their useful life. The estimated cost of a dual level 2 EV charging station is $10,000. These units have an estimate useful life of 10 years.



Not Started


Burnhamthorpe Rd Urbanization w/AT – 800 m E


In 2015, in anticipation of the transfer of Burnhamthorpe Road from Halton Region to the town when the construction of William Halton Parkway is complete, the town completed a Character Road Study for Burnhamthorpe Road. Once the road is transferred to the town, design and construction of the recommended improvements will be initiated.



Not Started


South Service Road (Wyecroft) Widening w/AT


The Wyecroft Road Improvements Environmental Assessment Study from Bronte Road to Kerr Street was completed and approved in 2020. The purpose of the EA study was to identify transportation improvements within the Wyecroft Road corridor. Improvements for the South Service Road between Third Line and Fourth Line include realignment east of Third Line, a sidewalk on the south side, on-road buffered bike lanes and a traffic signal at Progress Court.



Not Started


Lakeshore Rd Improvements w/AT – Mississaga


Pedestrian and cyclist safety and accessibility traffic safety pavement conditions drainage and storm water management intersection safety and operations roadway design to meet current standards creek crossing and structures The Lakeshore Road West Improvements (Mississaga Street to Dorval Drive) Environmental Assessment determined that improvements are needed along the Lakeshore West corridor including improvements for the following: The final phase of implementation for the Lakeshore Road improvements is from Mississaga Street to Third Line. Construction is schedule for 2031.



Not Started

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  1. A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
  2. The projects ranked in order of preference
  3. The plan for financing the projects
  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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