Posted on Thursday, June 18, 2020 12:45 PM
The City of Oshawa is proud to share a colourful thank you message in full bloom in Alexandra Park across from the entrance of Lakeridge Health Oshawa.
The new 300-square-foot garden displays over 1,000 encore red Begonias spelling out the words “Thank you” surrounded by a pink and white Begonia border.
City staff designed the garden to create a display of gratitude to front line hospital workers, healthcare professionals and Lakeridge Health Oshawa staff. The garden honours their dedication to...
Posted on Monday, June 08, 2020 07:15 AM
As we celebrate Pride in our communities this month, the City of Oshawa has installed a Rainbow Crosswalk at the main entrance to Oshawa City Hall adjacent to The Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery.
The City obtained community feedback on three proposed locations for a Rainbow Crosswalk in Oshawa.
Based on the feedback received, the most preferred location was the pedestrian crosswalk located adjacent to the main entrance to Oshawa City Hall (50 Centre St. S.), and The Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery.
Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2020 12:30 PM
City Council has approved the naming of a future Oshawa park that will be located on a portion of the former Donevan High School site as “Dale Hawerchuk Park.”
The motion was introduced by Regional and City Councillor Tito-Dante Marimpietri during the May 25, 2020 Council Meeting, and was unanimously approved by Council.
Having always been a hockey town, the city’s cultural identity is closely linked to the game and its life lessons: discipline, teamwork, respect, communication and humility, all of...
Posted on Monday, March 09, 2020 11:45 AM
The City of Oshawa is looking for feedback from the community on the location of a Rainbow Crosswalk in Oshawa.
The three locations being considered for the Rainbow Crosswalk are:
- Option A – main entrance to City Hall: the pedestrian crosswalk that is adjacent to the main entrance to City Hall and The Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery.
- Option B – Downtown Oshawa: the pedestrian crosswalk located at the intersection of William Street and Mary Street on the east side of Mary Street on William Street and...
Posted on Thursday, March 05, 2020 10:15 AM
The City of Oshawa has launched a new interactive map that will enable genealogy and history enthusiasts to search Union Cemetery interment records.
The interactive map supports independent exploration of available cemetery records. Aspiring historians can search by family name to find resting place locations and interment date. Due to the historical nature of cemetery records, not all information is available through this interactive map. Additional information may be available through the...