Town of Oakville


Meeting #:
Virtual Meeting

DUE TO THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY attendance at Town Hall is restricted and public meetings are being held by videoconference only. Live streaming video is available on or at the town's YouTube channel at Information regarding written submissions and requests to delegate can be found at

Terry Young, Interim President & CEO, IESO will speak on the Role of Natural Gas in Ontario's Electricity System.

Consent Item(s)

  • Recommendation:
    1. That the report entitled Rainbow Crosswalk Implementation Plan from the Transportation and Engineering and Roads and Works Operations Departments, dated April 20, 2021 be received.
    2. That authority be given to use a single-source procurement approach to retain a contractor that will supply materials and implement the specified rainbow crosswalks by June 18, 2021.
    3. That a new capital project be added to the 2021 budget in the amount of $30,000 to be financed from the Capital Reserve.

Discussion Item(s)

  • Recommendation:
    1. That the Community Energy Strategy Implementation Update be received;
    2. That the Service Agreement with Future Energy Oakville, attached as Appendix A of the report from the Economic Development and Corporate Strategy department dated April 20, 2021, be endorsed;
    3. That the Town Solicitor be authorized to make any reasonable minor modifications to the Service Agreement; and
    4. That the CAO and Clerk be authorized to execute the Service Agreement, subject to the satisfaction of the Town Solicitor.

  • Recommendation:

    That the report dated April 20, 2021 from the Strategic Initiatives and Communications department be received.

  • Recommendation:

    That the report, Council Strategic Plan Refresh, April 26, 2021, from the Economic Development and Corporate Strategy Department, be received.

  • Recommendation:
    1. That the Oakville Municipal Development Corporation (“OMDC”) be requested to market and secure a buyer for a portion of the former Brantwood school site consisting of the school building and 7 future residential lots on Douglas Avenue, identified as Parts 1-7 and 9 on Plan 20R-21091 (the “Property”), on the conditions set out in the report.

    2. That the Town proceed with the sale of the Property to the purchaser recommended by the OMDC provided the transaction meets the conditions set out in this report and the purchase price is above or within 5% of the Town’s appraised value of the Property as set out in the Confidential report from the Legal Department dated April 20, 2021 titled “Confidential Sale of Former Brantwood School Site”.

    3. That the OMDC be paid a management fee of 1.5% of the purchase price for its work marketing and securing a buyer for the Property upon successful completion of the transaction.

    4. That the Town Solicitor be authorized to execute all documents required to complete this transaction.

    5. That staff move the playground that is located on the Property to the future park block and install an underground storm sewer pipe under the park block, so a future developer will not have to disturb the park bock to develop the rest of the site.

Confidential Discussion Item(s)