Posted on Monday, May 03, 2021 04:15 AM
Monday, May 3 is ‘School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day’ in Oshawa. The day recognizes the more than 100 crossing guards in Oshawa who help our students and pedestrians travel safely across streets and intersections on school days.
Despite the challenges of the past year, Oshawa’s crossing guards continue to provide an invaluable service to our community throughout the school year in all weather conditions.
Our Crossing Guards dutifully adapted to wearing necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)...
Posted on Friday, January 15, 2021 06:00 AM
In alignment with the second provincial emergency and stay-at-home order announced by the Province of Ontario on January 12, we are pleased to continue providing our Curbside Library Take-Out services at the McLaughlin, Jess Hann and Northview branches.
Our Library Take-Out service is a great way to feed the mind and soul and help beat boredom while staying at home. It’s quick and easy, too!
- Place holds on Library items through our website: oshlib.ca
- When you receive...
Posted on Friday, October 30, 2020 01:30 PM
As part of Durham Vision Zero’s goal to eliminate fatalities on our roadways, Durham Region has activated more red light cameras at select locations throughout Durham Region to help improve traffic safety.
When: Five more red light cameras have been activated as of today (October 30).
- Highway 2 at Courtice Road, Clarington
- Stevenson Road North at King Street West,...
Posted on Friday, October 23, 2020 06:30 AM
Beginning on Monday, October 26, Children’s Arenawill reopen to the public for limited use and access for floor rentals.
For more information about booking availability, or to book space at Children’s Arena, please contact the Facility Booking Office. Please note that Children’s Arena will open for permitted use only.
The City’s top priority remains the safety and health of our community members and staff. We are using a phased approach to reopening, while ensuring compliance with Provincial emergency...
Posted on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 12:30 PM
New options to play tennis and pickleball outdoors are available in Oshawa as the result of the partial redevelopment of Radio Park (200 Grenfell St.) that now features:
- two new standard tennis courts;
- four dedicated pickleball courts;
- a courtyard gathering area with shade tables; and
- customized landscaping.
Community members using outdoor amenities and visiting Oshawa parks and trails are reminded to adhere to safety protocols, government orders and health authority guidelines amid the COVID-19...