Introduction to Clearview


Clearview is one of three neighbourhoods in Southeast Oakville (Ward 3).  The community is ideally situated with easy access to the Clarkson Go Station, QEW, 403, 407 and downtown Oakville (bordered by the QEW, Winston Churchill Blvd., Royal Windsor Drive and Ford Drive). 


There  are approximately 2200 low and medium density homes.  We have many parks and open greenspace areas such as Clearview Park, Wynten Way Park and Kingsford Gardens which are connected by the Avonhead Ridge Trail.  Clearview Woods is located across the street from Kingsway Park. 


We are fortunate to have two fine elementary schools, JK - grade 8, located in the heart of Clearview.  James W. Hill Public School and St. Luke Catholic School are both on Kingsway Drive. The secondary schools are Oakville Trafalgar and St. Thomas Aquinas.



 A Special Treat for Clearview Residents!  Beginning on March 1st, every Saturday and Sunday (plus holiday weekend Mondays), we are welcome to a full breakfast for $10.00 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 2774 South Sheridan Way. Children up to 12 years eat for free!    



We want to hear from you Oakville!


Now until February 15, 2019, a short online Citizen Survey is available for citizens of Oakville to provide town council with their feedback. Council wants to be certain they are meeting your service expectations and to help them set their strategic priorities. COCA encourages you to participate as doing so keeps our community interests heard.


Results of the 2019 Citizen Survey will be reported to Council in the spring. This presentation and a 2019 Report Card to Citizens will be available on the town's website.


Share your feeback! 



Oakville 2019 Speed Limit and Traffic Calming Questionnaire


The Town of Oakville is preparing an update to the current traffic calming process including a review of the current posted speed limits on town roads and the new legislation about the potential use of Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) or photo radars in Ontario. Let the Town know what you think. Complete the speed limit and traffic calming questionnaireby February 18, 2019 to provide your input. 


Next C.O.C.A. Meeting


 > Thursday, March 7th, 2019 @ 7:30pm <

Click on the C.OC.A. Meetings tab above for more details.


C.O.C.A. meetings are held at Hilton Garden Inn, 2774 South Sheridan Way, Oakville ON. When you arrive at the hotel, ask the desk concierge for confirmation of meeting room.


* We recommend you check the C.O.C.A. website for possible meeting cancellations or date changes a day before you plan to attend. C.O.C.A. Board Members do their best to uphold scheduled meetings though on rare occasions may need to cancel or postpone a meeting(s) due to weather conditions or other unforeseen conflicts. * 



Oakville Updates and Information


SE Oakville Community Centre

Approval has been granted for our SE Oakville community centre design and construction is proceeding.  The expected opening date is September 2020. 


Updates from Barry Cole, Director of Oakville Transit

Beginning on December 31, 2017 the Clearview area will be receiving improved access to Oakville Transit services.  Oakville Transit’s Route 4 (Speers/Cornwall) will be shortened in the west end to allow time for it to be rerouted at the east end via Ford, Sheridan Garden Drive, and Winston Churchill.  This will provide all day, everyday service to the south Clearview area.  Route 4 provides direct access to the Clarkson GO, Oakville GO, and Bronte GO while also connecting to Route 12 which will continue to serve the north area 

of Clearview.


In addition, the last two scheduled evening trips on Routes 12 and 11 are being discontinued and replaced with Oakville Transit’s new Home to Hub service providing transportation from your residence to the nearest transit hub where you can connect with regular service.  Later in January this Home to Hub service will also be made available on weekends. 


Please visit the Oakville Transit website for complete details, maps and schedules.



FOR ANY TOWN ISSUES YOU MAY CONTACT - or call 905-845-6601


Our Councillors:  Janet Haslett-Theal - Ward 3 Town Councillor -

                            Dave Gittings - Ward 3 Regional & Town Councillor - - 905-844-5513 


Mayor:  Robert Burton -



"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter"

Martin Luther King Jr.                           



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