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Oakville is a prestigious suburban town in the Halton Region halfway between Toronto and Hamilton and part of the Greater Toronto Area. Residents enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this exclusive lakefront town and benefit from its close proximity to Toronto’s big city jobs and amenities. Oakville is known to house a high concentration of Toronto's executives and other prominent professionals. The inter-regional public transport system, GO Transit, provides for an easy rail or bus commute between Oakville and Toronto as well as other cities and towns in the Golden Horseshoe area. Locally, Ford Motor Company of Canada and Tim Hortons/TDL Group are headquartered in Oakville and employ thousands of Oakvillians. Oakville also boasts the highest rated public schools in Ontario, as well as selection of top private schools, which helps to attract families with young children to Oakville’s strong real estate market.
Residents enjoy numerous recreational facilities, 150 kilometres of trails, over 200 parks and two natural harbours to help them keep fit along with a number of private and public golf courses including Glen Abbey, home of the Canadian Open. The Oakville Arts Council helps to seed a thriving arts culture at venues that include Oakville Centre for Performing Arts and Oakville Galleries. In summer, events including the renowned Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival and Waterfront Festival are popular with residents while premium shopping and dining experiences can be enjoyed year round.
Oakville's Planning Department divides the town into communities. These are based on traditional neighbourhoods.
|Old Oakville||Old Oakville (downtown) is located in South-Central Oakville along the shore of Lake Ontario, and is centred on Oakville Harbour.|
|Kerr Village||Kerr Village is a section of downtown located just west of the Old Village around Kerr Street between Speers Rd and Lakeshore Road.|
|Bronte||Bronte is located in Southwest Oakville along the shore of Lake Ontario. It is a community centred on Bronte Harbour and includes the Coronation Park district to its east.|
|Eastlake||Eastlake is located in Southeast Oakville along the shore of Lake Ontario. It is bordered on the west by Morrison Creek, to the north by Cornwall Road, and to the east by Mississauga.|
|Clearview||Clearview is located in Centre East Oakville.]|
|College Park||College Park is located between Sixteen Mile Creek and just east of Trafalgar Road, from the Queen Elizabeth Way north to Upper Middle Road. It surrounds Sheridan College.|
|Iroquois Ridge North||Iroquois Ridge North is located in North East Oakville between Upper Middle Road and Dundas Street.|
|Iroquois Ridge South||Iroquois Ridge South is located in North East Oakville. The Falgarwood area is located in the southern end of the Iroquois Ridge South community|
|Glen Abbey||Glen Abbey is located in West Oakville, with Third Line being the major artery of the community. It is a large area west of the Glen Abbey Golf Course, home of the Canadian Open.|
|Palermo||Palermo is located in Northwest Oakville. It is a small community centred on the intersection of Dundas Street and Bronte Road (Highway 25).|
|River Oaks||River Oaks is located in North-Central Oakville. It includes the Oak Park development.|
|Uptown Core||Uptown Core is located in North Centre Oakville. It includes the area on either side of Trafalgar Road between Dundas Street and Glenashton Drive.|
|West Oak Trails||West Oak Trails is located in North Centre West Oakville on the north side of Upper Middle Road. It is a newer development than the other communities.|