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Carlington Pump Station Expansion

Thank you to all residents that came out to the public meeting on May 15 to learn more about the major infrastructure project to expand and replace the Carlington Pumping Station at the Carlington reservoir. The new pump station will be constructed adjacent to the existing station.   It will be located on the west side […]

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Not sure when your curbside collection occurs?

Ottawa – The City’s new 12-month waste collection calendar is being delivered by mail to residences across the city this week. The calendar starts in June 2017 and runs until May 2018. It features information about regular and holiday collections schedules, Giveaway Weekends, Household Hazardous Waste Depot dates and locations, and much more. Residents can […]

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City of Ottawa hosting Flooding Information Sessions

The City of Ottawa will provide information sessions on the current flooding situation.  In attendance will be representatives from the Insurance Bureau of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross, Ottawa Public Health, the City of Ottawa’s Public Works and Environmental Services Department and the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs, which is responsible for the Disaster Recovery […]

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Major Infrastructure Project – Carlington Pump Station

Carlington Pump Station – Potable Water Pump Station Design and Construction Project Notice Delivered to Residents PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION Monday, May 15th, 2017 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Carlington Recreation Centre (Gymnasium) 1520 Caldwell Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z 8H5 Dear Resident, The City of Ottawa invites you to attend a Public Information Session to review a construction […]

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Coyotes – What to do if you see one

It is not at all uncommon to see coyotes in the city, especially in areas which are close to forested and agricultural areas.  At this time of year in particular, they do come into our more urban areas looking for food.  They will not harm humans but pets, especially smaller ones, may be vulnerable so […]

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