Please find below the latest update from the Project Manager of the Prince of Wales Culvert renewal project currently underway just south of Fisher Avenue on Prince of Wales Drive. Since the last project status e-mail one week ago, city officials are pleased to report that the tunneling work has been completed. The tunnel […]
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Discussion papers examining customer experience and taxi economics were published on ottawa.ca today as part of the City’s comprehensive review of the taxi and limousine industries. The City is examining the current regulatory framework and service delivery to residents and visitors. The City has published a total of six discussion papers on its website in […]
The purpose of this memo is to inform you of upcoming construction work associated with the Confederation Line and scheduled maintenance work that will impact the O-Train’s Trillium Line. Bayview Station Platform Relocation In order to accommodate the construction of the Confederation Line’s future Bayview Station, last week the Rideau Transit Group began work to […]
Ottawa – The City is asking residents to help improve stormwater flow in their neighbourhoods by clearing leaves and debris from on-street catch basins near their homes. With the weather forecast over the next two days predicting heavy rainfall, City road crews will be working on drainage and keeping catch basins clear. Residents can help […]
Please be advised that the Ottawa International Airport Authority will be running a safety exercise this evening including responders from Ottawa Police Service, Ottawa Fire Service and Ottawa Paramedic Service. They are required to hold major exercises according to Transport Canada regulation. Safety-related and security-related exercises are planned in alternating years going forward.
I would like to share the following news release posted yesterday on the Canada Post Website: The original post can be found HERE.
Ottawa – Ramps connecting Colonel By Drive and Bronson Avenue will be closed to motorists nightly, between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., beginning Sunday, October 25 and ending Tuesday, October 27, to allow for construction of intersection improvements. During construction, pedestrians and cyclists will be able to use the ramps on a shared path. Access […]
Second set of discussion papers released as part of taxi and limousine regulation and service review
Ottawa – The public is encouraged to read and provide feedback on two new discussion papers published on ottawa.ca today as part of the City’s comprehensive review of the taxi and limousine industries. The City is examining the current regulatory framework and service delivery to residents and visitors. The discussion papers focus on emerging issues […]
It’s been a few weeks since the last project status update, and the city has made some significant progress during that time. The following is a new update provided by city officials for the Prince of Wales culvert project. Tunneling started on October 13 but had to stop again on October 15 because of a […]
Local outdoor winter ice rinks are maintained by volunteers in the community with support from the local community associations and the City of Ottawa. Without the help from local volunteers the community ice rinks would not be operational. City outdoor rink coordinator for River Ward is currently recruiting volunteers for the outdoor rink at Rideauview […]