Draft Fire Master Plan & Community Risk Assessment

The draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment are now available online.

At this time, the Oshawa community is invited to provide comment on the draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment by completing a feedback form online on Connect Oshawa.

The Special Meeting of Council previously scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 has been cancelled in response to COVID-19. The meeting will be rescheduled and delegation details will be shared at that time. Paper versions of the feedback form will be available at Service Oshawa upon the reopening of City Hall to the public.

Feedback on this phase will be forwarded to Dillon Consulting Limited for consideration in revisions made to the draft Fire Master Plan and draft Community Risk Assessment. The final Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment will be presented to Council and available to the public in spring 2020.

The draft Fire Master Plan was informed by the draft Community Risk Assessment, legislation, industry best practices and community and stakeholder input. The Fire Master Plan assesses current and future levels of service and programs provided by Oshawa Fire Services and will guide the City’s fire services for the next ten years.

The draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment are now available online.

At this time, the Oshawa community is invited to provide comment on the draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment by completing a feedback form online on Connect Oshawa.

The Special Meeting of Council previously scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 has been cancelled in response to COVID-19. The meeting will be rescheduled and delegation details will be shared at that time. Paper versions of the feedback form will be available at Service Oshawa upon the reopening of City Hall to the public.

Feedback on this phase will be forwarded to Dillon Consulting Limited for consideration in revisions made to the draft Fire Master Plan and draft Community Risk Assessment. The final Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment will be presented to Council and available to the public in spring 2020.

The draft Fire Master Plan was informed by the draft Community Risk Assessment, legislation, industry best practices and community and stakeholder input. The Fire Master Plan assesses current and future levels of service and programs provided by Oshawa Fire Services and will guide the City’s fire services for the next ten years.

  • Share your feedback on the draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment. Feedback on this phase will be received until 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 7 and forwarded to Dillon Consulting Limited for consideration in revisions made to the draft Fire Master Plan and draft Community Risk Assessment.


    Share your feedback on the draft Fire Master Plan and Community Risk Assessment. Feedback on this phase will be received until 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 7 and forwarded to Dillon Consulting Limited for consideration in revisions made to the draft Fire Master Plan and draft Community Risk Assessment.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    As part of Phase 1 of the Fire Master Plan consultation, the Oshawa community could share their experience with Oshawa Fire Services. This Phase concluded in February 2020.

    As part of Phase 1 of the Fire Master Plan consultation, the Oshawa community could share their experience with Oshawa Fire Services. This Phase concluded in February 2020.

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