Core Application

The Town of Oakville values and promotes the development of culturally enriched, healthy active communities. CORE offers recreational and cultural non-profit, volunteer community groups and organizations support in delivering services to the community. CORE membership allows groups to utilize Oakville-based school board facilities and receive priority status for facility access as outlined in the Facility Allocation policy. For youth sport organizations, CORE membership provides preferred rental rates for arenas, pools, and sport fields. Cultural Memberships provide preferred rates for cultural rentals at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.





Please provide the current membership count for your group in the following age categories  

The Recreation and Culture department reserves the right to request, at any time, further information concerning the operation or status of a program, club or organization to assist with the approval and evaluation of CORE members and their programs. Furthermore, the town reserves the right to revoke a CORE membership from any group who, based on further information that comes forward after approval, is assessed to have misrepresented the organization’s non-profit status or who no longer meets the criteria of CORE. For more information visit

Personal information collected on this form is collected under the authority of The Municipal Act for the purpose of gathering information for the application. Questions about the collection should be directed to CORE, Recreation and Culture, 1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario L6H 0H3 or by phone at 905‑845‑6601.