Region of Durham and City of Oshawa renew residential tree planting program to combat climate change
Posted on Thursday, September 16, 2021 09:30 AM
Based on the overwhelming success of the 2020/2021 tree planting program, the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa and other municipal partners are pleased to continue to support the LEAF (Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests) Backyard Tree Planting Program.
Residential, multi-unit, or commercial property owners in Oshawa and other participating municipalities in Durham Region are encouraged to participate by putting down some roots!
Thanks to the successful partnership between Durham Region,...
Posted on Monday, July 19, 2021 09:15 AM
The City of Oshawa is looking for feedback from the community to determine public interest in the following independent options for the redevelopment of Rotary Park:
- Option A – A new leisure pool, major splash pad and destination playground; or,
- Option B – A combined major splash pad/ice rink and minor playground.
Community members are invited to provide their feedback by visiting Connect Oshawa (www.connectoshawa.ca/RotaryPark) to complete an online feedback form.
Community members who prefer to complete...
Posted on Monday, July 05, 2021 06:00 AM
With plans moving forward to develop Ed Broadbent Waterfront Park in Oshawa, community members are invited to learn more about the concept plan.
The City of Oshawa’s newest addition to the waterfront parks system is located at the southeast corner of Simcoe Street South and Harbour Road and named in recognition of political icon Ed Broadbent.
In September 2019, City Council approved the naming of the park to recognize the many contributions Mr. Broadbent has made to public service as well as the residents,...
Posted on Friday, June 25, 2021 01:30 PM
The City of Oshawa officially welcomed summer on June 25 with the highly anticipated opening of Lakeview Park’s completely redesigned playground and splash pad. Designed with many unique elements, the larger play areas offer a wide variety of activities and challenges for children of all ages and all abilities.
The playground upgrades feature three separate areas of play for children of all ages. In the junior play area, preschoolers can spend their energy exploring the variety of ramps, sheltered...
Posted on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 09:45 AM
Share your feedback for the King Street Streetscape Project Phase 3
Oshawa residents, businesses and community members are invited to share their feedback on Phase Three of the King Street Streetscape Project on Connect Oshawa (www.connectoshawa.ca/streetscape).
This phase follows the pilot project that began in 2018 with public consultation where the City sought feedback regarding three design options for the widening of the sidewalk on the north side of King Street East between Ontario...