Oshawa residents, business owners and community members are encouraged to join the City for a virtual Town Hall every other Wednesday to ask questions, listen in and learn more about the City’s efforts during this difficult time.
When: The next virtual town hall will occur Wednesday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m.
How: There are three different ways to access the virtual town halls:
- By calling the toll free phone number and entering the May 20 access code followed by #. If you are choosing to dial in, you will not be able to ask questions during the virtual town hall, but can submit them before or during the call to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Using a desktop or laptop computer, visit https://oshawa.webex.com and enter the May 20 access code to join the meeting followed by the event password. If you are choosing to access the virtual town hall on a desktop or laptop computer, you will be able to ask questions during the virtual town hall through the Q&A tool.
- Download the WebEx Meetings app on a mobile device, select Join Meeting and enter the May 20 access code. You may be asked to enter the event password. If you are choosing to access the virtual town hall through a mobile device, you will be able to ask questions during the virtual town hall through the Q&A tool.
Additional information on how to join the virtual town halls is available at www.oshawa.ca/connect. Community members choosing to access via computer or mobile app are encouraged to test before to ensure they don’t miss a minute during the event!
What: Use the following access numbers for the May 20 Virtual Town Hall:
- Toll free number: 1-833-311-4101
- May 20 access code: 710 042 228
- Password: 12345
Note that access codes will be different for each event.
Why: It’s a chance for the community to become part of the conversation: ask questions, listen in, and learn more about community efforts during this difficult time.
The City continues to post updates to its webpage at www.oshawa.ca/coronavirus. Visit the webpage for the latest updates on City closures, meeting cancellations and changes to services, as well as frequently asked questions and resources.
Community members concerned about their health are asked to use the Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment tool to determine if they need to seek care or refer to Lakeridge Health’s COVID-19 Assessment Clinic.