This procedure establishes guidelines for the use and/or sale of corporate merchandise to promote a strong corporate identity for the Corporation of the Town of Oakville (town) and the community.
This procedure applies to the use and/or sale of corporate merchandise.
Corporate merchandise shall bear the town logo and include but is not limited to sweaters, shirts, pins, pens and key chains.
Corporate merchandise is available for purchase at the ServiceOakville customer service desk located in Town Hall - Oakville Municipal Building at 1225 Trafalgar Road. Corporate merchandise items are subject to change on an annual basis.
A request for complimentary corporate merchandise to be used as gifts, prizes or to be auctioned/raffled for fundraising may be made to ServiceOakville by submitting a request form, attached as Appendix A to this procedure.
Requests are assessed by the following criteria, and in consideration of funds available:
Items are provided for any one event or if applicable, any one individual, business, community group or organization only once per year.
The requestor must agree to recognize the contribution/donation from the town.
ServiceOakville is responsible for:
Procedure Number: G-COM-001-004
Parent Policy: G-COM-001
Author: Strategy, Policy and Communications
Effective Date: 2010 Aug 30
Review by Date: 2021
Last Modified: 2016 Nov 14
Appendix A Request for Corporate Gifts Request Form (pdf)
G-COM-001-001 Public Engagement procedure
G-COM-001-002 Communications procedure
G-GEN-005 Council Remuneration, Resources and Expenses policy
G-GEN-005-001 Council Remuneration, Allowances, Benefits, Expenses, Conferences and Seminars procedure
Corporate Identity Standards
A-GEN-001 Corporate Grants, Sponsorship, Naming Rights and Advertising Sales policy
HR-MNG-006 Employee Code of Conduct policy
G-GEN-006 Code of Conduct for Members of Council and Local Board Members policy
Ontario Human Rights Code
Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005