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West Oakville, Oakville

Situated just south of the QEW, this family-oriented area of Oakville is characterized by its tree-lined streets, mature neighbourhoods, and a blend of classic and contemporary homes. Much of this area was developed between the 1940s and 1960s, features from that era are split level homes and post-war bungalows on larger-than average lots. It offers a comfortable suburban ambiance while being conveniently close to various amenities, schools, parks, and shopping districts.

Neighbourhood Features

Parks and Recreation

Bronte Tennis Club:
This club has been serving the community since 1972, offering an ideal setting for both competitive and recreational tennis. The club boasts eight Har-Tru clay courts, which are gentle on the body and offer an exceptional playing experience. With a dedicated team of tennis professionals, the club provides top-notch coaching, organized league play, and a range of social events for members to enjoy.

The Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre:
A vibrant community hub, the Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre offers a number of activities and programs for all ages. This multi-use facility comprises more than 144,000 square feet of activity space – and home to the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. It is one of the largest Canadian venues housing diverse artistic, cultural and active living programs.

YMCA Oakville:
The YMCA of Oakville is a community hub offering an array of health, fitness, and recreational programs for all age groups. With its state-of-the-art facilities, including swimming pools and fitness centres, it fosters community engagement, personal growth, and overall well-being.

Neighbourhood Schools

Halton District School Board

Eastview Public School

2266 Hixon Street, Oakville


Brookdale Public School

1195 Bridge Road, Oakville


Pine Grove Public School

529 Fourth Line, Oakville


Thomas A. Blakelock High School

1160 Rebecca Street, Oakville

Halton Catholic District School Board

St. Dominic Catholic Elementary School

2405 Rebecca Street, Oakville


St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School

477 Warminster Drive, Oakville


St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School

124 Dorval Drive, Oakville


Depending on your program choice, some schools are not local and may require bus transportation. School boundary changes and redirections are common.

For a complete and up-to-date list of schools and to determine which schools best meet your needs, please refer to the Halton District School Finder Tool and the Halton Catholic District School Finder Tool.


Independent School Finder

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Neighbourhood Favourites

South Oakville Centre:
This quiet mall offers a variety of shops, services, and salons, plus a supermarket, gym, and restaurants. It is also home to the Hopedale Bowl for those looking for a fun family outing.

Oakville Futsal Club:
Oakville’s first and only club dedicated to training athletes in the sport of futsal. With both youth and adult programs and leagues, this is a great way to stay fit. The facility is available for rentals, offering a wonderful assortment of birthday-rental packages.


This neighbourhood is appealing for commuters due to its proximity to, both the Bronte and Oakville GO stations, as well the QEW and HWY 403. Reaching downtown Toronto or Hamilton, as well as other cities in the GTHA is a convenient, manageable trip.

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