October 24 , 2018 My office has received the following community update from Parks Canada regarding the maintenance and construction of the Hogs Back Dam and Fixed Bridge. During the first phase of work, the NCC pathway that goes to, and comes from, Mooney’s Bay will remain open to pedestrians, cyclists and cross country skiers. The […]
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Ottawa – OC Transpo’s O-Train Line 2, the Trillium Line, will be temporarily replaced by Route 107 bus service from Sunday, August 12 until Sunday, August 19 for planned maintenance. This work is taking place during the summer when ridership is lower to minimize the impact on transit customers. Route 107 buses will travel parallel […]
The closure of the southbound lane on Prince of Wales Drive is required to facilitate the construction related to the prince of Wales Drive and Dynes Road water, sewer, and road renewal project. Traffic on Prince of Wales Drive will be detoured for a duration of 8 weeks. The contractor has advised that the detour will […]
Ottawa – The Recreation eGuide and Mon Cyberguide francophone des loisirs for fall and winter programs are now available online at ottawa.ca. Choose from a wide variety of activities for all ages, including swimming lessons, fitness classes, general-interest courses, sports and instruction in the arts. Registration for swimming lessons and aquafitness classes begins online and […]
Please see the following notice regarding upcoming work at the Baseline Road and Fisher Avenue intersection.
On Friday, June 22, Ottawa Public Library branches that normally open at 10 am or 1 pm on Fridays will be opening at 1:30 pm. The employees will be attending a development session in the morning. Please take note of the affected branches below: – Alta Vista – Beaverbrook – Blackburn Hamlet – Carlingwood – Carp […]
Residents in the Carlington community are invited to attend a public meeting to learn more about a proposed development at 1110 Fisher Avenue.
Thank you to all residents who attended the recent public consultations for the new mountain bike park pump track and skills course at Carlington Park. In 2016, Ottawa City Council agreed to partner with the Ottawa Mountain Bike Association for a two-year pilot to create a pump track and skills course to be located on […]