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Oakville's Proposed Rate & Fee Increases for 2014

Budget Committee Meeting to discuss the proposed rate & fee increases for 2014 will take place on Monday, November 4, 2013 starting at 9:00 am in the Council Chambers of Town Hall. 

The proposed 2014 Rates and Fees will be adopted as part of the 2014 Budget process and are now available for review on the 2014 Rates and Fees page or in person at Town Hall at the ServiceOakville customer service desk.

2014 Rates and Fees

Building Services (pdf, 75 kB)

Clerk's — By-law (pdf, 67 kB)

Clerk's — Public Services (pdf, 25 kB)

Development Services (pdf, 47 kB)

Engineering and Construction (pdf, 83 kB)

Environmental Policy (pdf, 12 kB)

Facilities and Construction Management (pdf, 15 kB)

Finance — Tax, Development and Investments (pdf, 26 kB)

Fire — Emergency Services (pdf, 73 kB)

Library (pdf, 44 kB)

Parking (pdf, 87 kB)

Parks — Cemeteries (pdf, 67 kB)

Parks — Harbours (pdf, 91 kB)

Parks — Permitting and Scheduling (pdf, 66 kB)

Planning (pdf, 65 kB)

Recreation and Culture (pdf, 372 kB)

Roads and Works (pdf, 12 kB)

Service Oakville (pdf, 29 kB)

Transit (pdf, 20 kB)

At this meeting, the Budget Committee will discuss:

  • Proposed changes to existing fees (transit fares, recreation program fees, building and planning permit fees, parking rates, etc.)
  • Estimated costs of administering and enforcing the Building Code Act by the Town of Oakville
  • Rationale for imposing or changing fees

Anyone wishing to provide comments to the Committee on this matter may do so in person or by submitting written comments to the Town Clerk at[email protected] by noon on Friday, November 1, 2013.

How will this impact you?

The recommendations of the Budget Committee regarding this matter will be submitted to Council for approval at its meeting on November 18, 2013 commencing at 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber of Town Hall. This may include changing existing fees, including building permit fees under section 7 of the Building Code Act, as well as the tariff of planning fees established under section 69(1) of the Planning Act to change existing fees for the processing of applications regarding planning matters. Approved 2014 Rates and Fees will be implemented effective January 1, 2014.