On Saturday, December 8, I hosted a public open house for residents to review some options for new play equipment and features coming to Alexander Park. I thank all residents and families that were able to attend the public open house. For any residents that were unable to attend and would still like to share […]
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Today at City Council, City staff tabled a report with information and recommendations to inform City Council’s decision to either allow cannabis retail outlets in Ottawa or keep them outside of the municipal boundary when the province allows storefronts starting on April 1. City Council will debate and vote on the matter at a Special […]
Operation Big Turkey will return once again to the Carlington Recreation Centre on Caldwell Avenue on Christmas Eve, Dec 24 from 12:30 -2:00pm and the Hunt Club – Riverside Park Community Centre from 2:30-4:30pm. All are welcome, regardless of income, address or position. Join your community for a dinner to celebrate the holiday season. For […]
Join me, along with City Councillor Diane Deans, as we discuss safety in our community with the Ottawa Police Service, Crime Prevention Ottawa and the John Howard Society. Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Greenboro Community Centre, 363 Lorry Greenberg Drive.
Hogs Back Dam and Fixed Bridge Rideau Waterway National Historic Site Cofferdam to be installed Hogs Back Dam and Fixed Bridge project site map November 28, 2018 – This week, the contractor for the Hogs Back Dam and Fixed Bridge rehabilitation project will begin installing the cofferdam on the south side of the dam. This […]
City serving up available street-food spaces for 2019 Ottawa – The City is calling for proposals to occupy 22 available on-street food spaces in 2019. There are 10 cart spaces and 12 truck spaces available. The list of available locations can be found on ottawa.ca. A volunteer street-food selection panel, made up of representatives from […]
The City of Ottawa will be hosting a public open house for some new play equipment and features coming to Alexander Park. I would welcome local families to attend to share their feedback on the new park components.
The Finance and Economic Development Committee was briefed today on the progress of construction of the Confederation Line. City staff provided a project update with respect to key milestones achieved, notably concerning testing and commissioning. Trains are running in test mode from Tunney’s Pasture to Blair stations and have successfully completed tests to confirm end-to-end travel […]
GET INVOLVED WITH YOUR CITY! The City of Ottawa is currently recruiting for citizen members to serve on various Committees and Boards! Make a difference by becoming a volunteer member! The City could benefit greatly from your expertise and knowledge and in return, you would gain insight and knowledge of how the City works. To […]