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.
Sidewalk Cafe and Marketing Displays
A new bylaw for #CityofTO sidewalk cafés and marketing displays comes into effect on Sep 1, 2019. What does this mean for business owners? Learn more: toronto.ca/cafemarketingbylaw
Do you have a sidewalk café or marketing display outside your business in Toronto? A new and harmonized bylaw for sidewalk cafes and marketing displays comes into effect on September 1, 2019. The new bylaw will modernize regulations, create consistent guidelines and standardize the application process. Existing conditions attached to permits issued before September 1 will continue to apply, but there will be updated fees and regulations that current permit holders need to comply with. Learn more.
Single Use Plastics
The deadline to submit written comments to the City of Toronto regarding draft approaches to reduce single–use and takeaway has been extended until November 10, 2019.
If you have already completed the Online Survey and shared with your networks, thank you! If not, we encourage you to take the survey now and share with anyone you think might be interested via your email lists, social media and networks.
The feedback received will help the City create a strategy to reduce single–use and takeaway items in Toronto.
For more information about the consultation activities, items and approaches being considered, visit: www.toronto.ca/single–use
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.
The HOT Eats program promotes diverse food businesses in the periphery of Toonto’s urban core. for 2019 the focus area was the former township of York (That’s the Cultural Hotspot for 2019! And we’re in it!)
Three of our businesses participated in the 2019 Hot Eats programme