The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts is located in the heart of downtown at:
130 Navy Street
Parking for the Oakville Centre is available in lots and on the street around the Theatre. Please visit our Parking page for more information.
Navy Street has been converted to two-way traffic between Lakeshore and Rebecca/Randall streets. Signs are posted around the area to notify drivers of the change. As part of the Council approved Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study (DTS), Navy Street is one of several streets in downtown Oakville scheduled to be converted to two-way operation. The other streets are still in the detailed design phase and are scheduled to be converted in 2018.
The new pedestrian crossover device is at the intersection of Navy Street and Church Street (in front of Centennial Square). Several new crossovers are planned across town in 2017 starting with the Navy and Church street location. Pedestrian crossovers have specific pavement markings and crossing signs. There are three types of crossovers. The crossover at Navy and Church has poles, flashing beacons above the signs and pedestrian push buttons. Unlike pedestrian crosswalks at traffic signal locations, at a crossover, drivers and cyclists must stop behind the yield line and wait until the pedestrian completely crosses the road before proceeding.
For details about these projects, please visit oakville.ca Additional information will be posted online as the projects progress. You can also contact ServiceOakville at 905-845-6601.
The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts is 2.2 kilometres south of the Oakville train station. Both GO Transit and Via Rail stop at the Oakville Station. You may also access the theatre by Oakville Transit.
Many restaurants are conveniently located close to the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Find a list of options on the Downtown Oakville website.
Please visit the Holiday Inn Oakville website for hotel information.