Posted on Friday, September 01, 2023 11:19 AM
As Mayor, I am extremely disappointed to learn about a groundbreaking ceremony for a 30,000 square foot hangar expansion at the Oshawa Executive Airport. This development has been reported in the news as supporting expanded flight training.
According to Durham Radio News, “The expanded facilities will support the growth of aviation activities in Oshawa, providing a new home for businesses and aircraft displaced from Buttonville as well as building on general industry expansion and flight...
Posted on Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:51 AM
The City of Oshawa is providing an update on the Oshawa Executive Airport Action Plan related to balancing the needs of both airport users and community members.
The Oshawa Executive Airport is a significant asset for economic growth for the City and Durham Region, and the City’s long-term vision includes balancing the quality of life of our residents with the economic benefits of the airport.
The Council-approved 2021-2022 Oshawa Executive Airport Action Plan outlined in Report DS-21-137
Posted on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 01:24 PM
The City understands the valid concerns of residents regarding noise and air traffic at the Oshawa Executive Airport. The City also agrees that a better balance is necessary to respect residents’ quality of life and the economic benefits of the Airport. Unfortunately, the City is faced with three challenges.
First, Transport Canada is the regulator and only the Federal government can regulate airport activity. Municipal by-laws cannot be used to regulate aircraft activity, and neither Members of...
Posted on Monday, December 06, 2021 08:00 AM
On behalf of Oshawa City Council, I wish to thank everyone who recently provided feedback on the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures for the Oshawa Executive Airport.
The airport is a significant engine for economic growth in Oshawa and Durham Region. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping you informed about airport operations, the City of Oshawa most recently hosted a series of virtual workshops last month. More than 100 community members and over 80 airport users registered for...
Posted on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 06:30 AM
The City of Oshawa advises that the Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign, in partnership with Trees for Life, the Ontario Regiment Museum and the City, will be planting hundreds of trees at the Oshawa Executive Airport South Field, located at 1000 Stevenson Road North in Oshawa.
Planting will occur in two phases beginning this November on the City-owned community buffer located adjacent to the Ontario Regiment Museum, and is part of the Highway of Heroes Tree Tribute, which honours fallen members of...