Oakwood Village BIA Members List

All Oakwood Village BIA Members – Property Owners and Business Owners, update your Contact Information here.

Completing this form will assist the BIA to update our on- line business directory and improve how communicate with you.

OV Urban Market

This summer Oakwood Village BIA will host the OV Urban Market in Charles Brereton Park.

Each event has a mix of activities for all ages and abilities to participate in, or be entertained by.

If Members Businesses would like to host a vendor stall please complete the Vendor Application Form

Event dates:    Saturday July 13, 11am – 5pm

                        Saturday August 17, 11am – 5pm

                        Saturday September 14, 11am – 5pm

The summer series is a Cultural Hotspot SPARK project in partnership with the City of Toronto and with support from Park People.

HOT EATS

The HOT Eats program promotes the areas’ diverse food businesses, encouraging people across Toronto to explore more – and eat more – in the former township of York (That’s the Cultural Hotspot for 2019!  And we’re in it!)

To participate in the HOT EATS Programme and represent Oakwood Village businesses fill out the application form. For more information on the programme visit toronto.ca/culturalhotspot/eats.

HOT EATS

The HOT Eats program promotes the areas’ diverse food businesses, encouraging people across Toronto to explore more – and eat more – in the former township of York (That’s the Cultural Hotspot for 2019!  And we’re in it!)

To participate in the HOT EATS Programme and represent Oakwood Village businesses fill out the application form. For more information on the programme visit toronto.ca/culturalhotspot/eats.

Retail Main Streets Study

The City of Toronto is requesting input for a Retail Main Streets Study of Toronto residents and businesses. Have your say! Surveys close on May 20, 2019.

Retail Main Streets are centres of employment, economic activity, culture expression and social diversity, and are integral to the well-being and prosperity of the city and the local neighbourhoods they serve. In an effort to ensure the sustainability of retail main streets and small, independent businesses, the City has undertaken a Study of the current state and future of Toronto’s main streets.

Small, independent businesses are critical to the ongoing vibrancy and economic viability of the city’s retail main streets.

This Study will provide an understanding of the current economic, policy and regulatory environment in which retail main streets operate, the key issues they face, and the types of supports that will be most helpful to them.

The findings and recommendations of this Study will inform and guide City policies, programs and advocacy positions.