Raglan Park Redevelopment

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Consultation has concluded

The City of Oshawa is looking for input from the community on the redevelopment of Raglan Park. Located at 79 Hurd Street, the redeveloped Park will feature new playground equipment and furniture, safety surfacing, internal pathway(s) and naturalized areas when completed.

At this time, the Oshawa community can help shape the design of the Park by providing feedback on specific playground equipment, potential field use and accessibility by:

Feedback will be received until 12:00 p.m. on Monday, January 17 and will be considered in the selection of playground equipment and final design of the site.


The City of Oshawa is looking for input from the community on the redevelopment of Raglan Park. Located at 79 Hurd Street, the redeveloped Park will feature new playground equipment and furniture, safety surfacing, internal pathway(s) and naturalized areas when completed.

At this time, the Oshawa community can help shape the design of the Park by providing feedback on specific playground equipment, potential field use and accessibility by:

Feedback will be received until 12:00 p.m. on Monday, January 17 and will be considered in the selection of playground equipment and final design of the site.


CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Have a question about the Raglan Park Redevelopment? Ask it here! We'll do our best to get back to you in two business days.

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    Is there any plan for parking? A chain link fence will be installed all around the park? (attached to household properties) will we able to be able to install a gate? What id we all ready have a fence with a gate will the chain link fence go in front?

    Dave Hill asked 6 months ago

    Hi Dave Hill, thank you for your question.

    The project is exploring the potential for a parking lot. 

    The design concept shows a chain link fence between the playground and the road and this detail will be reviewed as we move further along in the design process. The project is not proposing a chain link fence around the entire perimeter. 

    If a homeowner is looking to put up a fence, we recommend waiting until the park redevelopment process is complete.