Posted on Tuesday, August 24, 2021 08:15 AM
With plans moving forward to redevelop Kingside Park at 537 Tennyson Avenue in Oshawa, community members are invited to learn more about the proposed redevelopment and provide feedback on the conceptual plans.
Kingside Park currently features sports field, tennis courts, a small playground, and parking lot. The City of Oshawa is seeking your feedback on two proposed conceptual plans for the redevelopment of Kingside Park:
- Concept A proposes active recreational programming designed to provide opportunities...
Posted on Tuesday, August 24, 2021 06:00 AM
As the City of Oshawa undertakes the design of Gold Point Wildlife Reserve, community members are invited to learn more about the concept design and provide their feedback
Located at the southwest corner of Stevenson Road South and Philip Murray Avenue, Gold Point Wildlife Reserve is being designed as a passive recreational destination which respects and protects the significant natural environmental features of the site, including:
- accessible pathways with supporting amenities, which connect to Phillip...
Interactive Information Portal developed through TeachingCity Oshawa’s City Idea Lab encourages exploration along Oshawa’s portion of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail
Posted on Tuesday, July 27, 2021 10:00 AM
TeachingCity Oshawa is proud to announce the launch of new interactive experience to encourage the community to get out, explore and learn!
Now people walking along the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail in Oshawa can use their smartphone cameras to scan Quick Response (QR) codes placed on signage, to learn about the various parks, points of interest and amenities on the Trail, while also using a navigation guide to link you to other points of interest along the way.
Durham College (DC) students in...
Posted on Wednesday, July 07, 2021 11:15 AM
Oshawa Fire Services is warning of the dangers of careless smoking following a significant apartment fire last weekend in Oshawa in which two people were sent to hospital and more than 60 community members were displaced from their homes.
Careless smoking was determined as a key factor in the cause of the fire which broke out just after 7 a.m. on Saturday, July 3 at 1420 Ritson Road South near Madawaska Drive in Oshawa.
Fire crews and first responders arrived to find flames breaching the roof of the...
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,...