At this time, redevelopment plans have not been established for the current Bronte Harbour Banquet Centre. Town staff are researching potential options that are financially sustainable. A recommendation report will be brought forward to Council in 2019 for consideration.
What is the town’s 2018 gross expenditure for capital and operating?
The final 2018 approved gross expenditure for capital and operating is $427.1 M.
What is the town's total debt?
The total outstanding debt as of January 1, 2018 is $119.5 M.
What is the maximum amount of debt service charges permitted by the Province that a municipality can enter into?
The maximum annual debt service charge by a municipality cannot exceed 25 per cent of its own revenue sources. The majority of own source revenue is taxes levied by the municipality. Council has set its own limit of 12 per cent.
What is the town’s annual debt service charge as a percentage of its own source revenue?
The town’s annual debt service charge is approximately 6 per cent of its own source revenue. This includes the debt service charge for the town’s hospital contribution.
Is the Town of Oakville liable for the debt that has been raised by Oakville Enterprises Corporation?
The town is not a guarantor of any of the debt that has been entered into by the Oakville Enterprises Corporation (OEC) and is therefore not liable for OEC’s debt.
This information has been uploaded to the town's Open Data Portal.
In terms of the names of household ownership, this information is available to the public and can be accessed in person at the assessment counter at Town Hall (located outside the tax department). Individuals can use the online database at the desk to search street names and use the corresponding roll books (also available at the desk) to view homeowner names. Please note this information is updated annually and currently reflects information up until October 2017. As well, the voters’ list of all eligible voters in each ward will be provided to all certified candidates in September.
The interactive map online offers estimated population numbers for the future Ward 7.
Oakville’s population is expected to grow to approximately 246,400 residents by 2031, consistent with the province’s Places to Grow legislation.
Zoning for the vacant property at the south west corner of Navy Street and Robinson Street is Residential Medium 4, Special Provision 16 (RM4-16). The zoning map is available in Part 19 – Maps (Map 19(8)) of Zoning By-law 2014-014.
Special Provision 16 in Zoning By-law 2014-014 provides the detailed site-specific zoning regulations which apply to the property. Review the details to Special Provision 16 in Part 15 – Special Provisions of the by-law.