Monday, March 29, 2021

Virtual Meeting

6:30 p.m.
























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Monday, March 29, 2021

Virtual Meeting

6:30 p.m.





Confirmation of Minutes of the previous Council Meeting(s)


Minutes of the Special Session of Council, MARCH 22, 2021



Minutes of the Special Session of Planning and Development Council, MARCH 22, 2021







2020 Economic Development Annual Report



-           Report from Economic Development and Corporate Strategy Department, March 23, 2021

Previously listed as “Economic Development 2020 Annual Report




That the staff report from the Economic Development department entitled 2020 Economic Development Annual Report, dated March 23, 2021 be received.







Advancement of Community Infrastructure



-           Report from Mayor Rob Burton, March 23, 2021

(Item not previously listed.)





THAT staff be directed to advance the following community infrastructure projects:
        a.  Advancement of Community Infrastructure Projects

             i)  To ensure that all of the North Park plan is shovel ready by the

                     end of 2021 by expanding the scope of the current detail

                   design work to include the future community centre, branch

                     library, and accommodation for the Oakville Soccer Club and  

                   Oakville Gymnastic Club on the site;

                 ii)  To accelerate the design and construction of a skateboard

                      park at Cornwall Park to be in service by the end of 2021;

                 iii) To report back to the May 25, 2021 Council Meeting on  

                    implementation and funding sources to expand the detail

                    design of North Park to include community infrastructure

                    facilities and construct the skateboard park at Cornwall Park.

        b.  Creation of New Community Infrastructure

                 i)  That Council express an interest to the Region of Halton in the

                    purchase of the former reservoir site located at 2273 Trafalgar

                    Road for the purpose of creating a new public park for the

                    public’s enjoyment;

                 ii) The CAO and Town Solicitor be authorized to finalize a

                    purchase of the site upon the Region declaring the site


                 iii) The future acquisition of the site be funded from the Cash in

                    Lieu of Parkland reserve.










       c.  Creation of New Community Infrastructure Celebrating Inclusion

                 i)   Installation of three (3) rainbow crosswalks in the Town’s BIAs

               along Lakeshore Road at Navy Street, Kerr Street, and Bronte

               Road to be constructed by Transportation and Engineering

               staff to ensure safety of pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles.


                 ii)  Staff report back to the April 26, 2021 Council meeting on

                implementation and funding sources for the installation of the

                three rainbow crosswalks.