Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures for the Oshawa Executive Airport

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The City of Oshawa hosted a series of virtual workshops with community members and airport users to obtain input on the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures for the Oshawa Executive Airport in November 2021. Thank you to all who participated in the workshops and provided their feedback. The draft procedures were developed in consultation with H.M. Aero Aviation Consulting, a professional team of individuals with significant airport-related experience including familiarity with the creation of noise abatement procedures.

The Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures outlined in Report DS-21-190 and additional information including an Executive Summary are available here on Connect Oshawa. (A copy of the entire H.M. Aero report can be viewed at www.oshawa.ca/airportbusinessplan.)

Using the federal process prescribed by Transport Canada to develop a solution, the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures work to address noise, safety and air quality concerns identified in the 2021-2022 Oshawa Executive Airport Action Plan and raised during the fall 2020 virtual workshops related to flight training aircraft traffic, circuit patterns, hours of operation and noise.

The opportunity to provide feedback has now concluded. The information will be used to refine the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures where appropriate, which will be presented to the Development Services Committee and Council for consideration.

Stay informed on the latest news and information about the Oshawa Executive Airport by subscribing to the Airport news feed. Additionally, follow the Oshawa Executive Airport on Twitter @OshExecAirport. For more information on the Oshawa Executive Airport, visit www.oshawa.ca/airport.

The City of Oshawa hosted a series of virtual workshops with community members and airport users to obtain input on the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures for the Oshawa Executive Airport in November 2021. Thank you to all who participated in the workshops and provided their feedback. The draft procedures were developed in consultation with H.M. Aero Aviation Consulting, a professional team of individuals with significant airport-related experience including familiarity with the creation of noise abatement procedures.

The Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures outlined in Report DS-21-190 and additional information including an Executive Summary are available here on Connect Oshawa. (A copy of the entire H.M. Aero report can be viewed at www.oshawa.ca/airportbusinessplan.)

Using the federal process prescribed by Transport Canada to develop a solution, the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures work to address noise, safety and air quality concerns identified in the 2021-2022 Oshawa Executive Airport Action Plan and raised during the fall 2020 virtual workshops related to flight training aircraft traffic, circuit patterns, hours of operation and noise.

The opportunity to provide feedback has now concluded. The information will be used to refine the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures where appropriate, which will be presented to the Development Services Committee and Council for consideration.

Stay informed on the latest news and information about the Oshawa Executive Airport by subscribing to the Airport news feed. Additionally, follow the Oshawa Executive Airport on Twitter @OshExecAirport. For more information on the Oshawa Executive Airport, visit www.oshawa.ca/airport.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Oshawa invites you to complete this feedback form to provide input on the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures for the Oshawa Executive Airport.

    Feedback will be received until noon on Monday, November 29, 2021 and will be used to refine the Draft Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures where appropriate, which will be presented to the Development Services Committee and Council for consideration.


    Thank you for sharing your feedback with us.


    Personal information is collected under the legal authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001 c.25, as amended. It will be used and maintained by the City of Oshawa to assist in the finalization of the Action Plan for the Oshawa Executive Airport, and may be used to contact respondents for follow-up, if required. Questions regarding this collection may be directed to the City’s Information Access and Privacy Officer, City of Oshawa, 50 Centre Street South, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 3Z7, 905-436-3311.

     

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