"From its early beginnings as a shipping depot for wheat and lumber, to its importance as a fishing village and present role as a regional recreational marina, Bronte is a community defined by its strong ties to the Lake Ontario waterfront."                                                                                                                                                

Bronte Historical Society



Bronte Village Residents Association
Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 60057

Hopedale Mall Post Office

Oakville, ON  L6L 6R4



Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park

Bronte Pier & Harbour

Bronte Village

Bronte Beach

Bronte  Yacht Club

Bronte Pool

Sovereign House

Waterfront Trail

Bronte Creek

Bronte Creek Provincial Park & Campground

Shell Park& Skate Park

Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre

South Shell Park & Beach

Leashless Dog Park (WOOF)

Cineplex Cinemas Oakville & VIP



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Bronte Go Major Transit Station Area

Special Council Virtual Meeting

March 8th, 2021 6:30 - 10:00 pm

Oakville Official Plan Review

Special Council Virtual Meeting

March 22nd, 2021  6:30 - 10:00 pm

For more information: townclerk@oakville.ca

Additional information on our Official Plan Reviews page


Cudmore`s Development

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Vogue (Wycliffe) Ltd filed a development application for 27 condo townhouses and 8 semi-detached houses in November 2018 effectively looking to impose medium-high density in a low-density residential neighbourhood. The area is currently zoned for 17 units; single or semi-detached. The community delegated against this proposal in January 2020. Mayor Burton questioned ¨How is this not over-development?¨ The developer appealed the application to the OMB citing no decision from the municipality by the mandated deadline. The hearing is currently set for April 19 - 23, 2021.

The 2nd CMC hearing was held on January 20th, 2021 where the Town of Oakville and the developer announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in efforts toward a settlement. The settlement is still not final or ratified after the 3rd CMC hearing on February 24th, 2021. 

It is crucial to email Members of Council to stop this deal and uphold the Livable Oakville Plan and Zoning By-laws. Go to our Petition page to send your email to Members of Council and help stop the threat to stable residential neighbourhoods. More information on our Current Issues page.

Lake & East Condo Development

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Province guts Conservation Authorities through Schedule 6 of Bill 229

The BVRA wrote a letter to the Province and Standing Committee along with We Love Oakville strongly opposing Schedule 6 of Bill 229 which seeks to greatly curtail the mandate of conservation authorities & as a result put Ontarians at risk who rely on these services to ensure access to safe drinking water, no development on or along watersheds or wetlands, and the preservation of the
Natural Heritage Systems and water resources.

Despite overwhelming pubic opposition, the bill received Royal Assent on December 7th, 2020 and regulations supporting the bill are slated for 2021.

Click pdf icon to read letter to the Province

320 Bronte Road Development

The development application for 28 townhouses and 2 detached dwellings was refused by Council in August 2019 and awaiting special review of a revised application in 2020.

Bronte Village Mall Redevelopment

The Bronte Village Mall is being redeveloped by Crombie REIT and is slated to be complete in 2021. The first phase of redevelopment includes 2 luxury rental towers anchored by Sobeys and Rexall. Sobeys closed down in November 2020 and is to be replaced by Farm Boy. Please address any issues during the construction phase to the by-law department at the Town of Oakville

Please visit our Ward 1 Development page to access more information concerning development applications within Ward 1.

Honouring our History...Guiding our Future

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