Updates

Columbus Avenue Development Public Meeting

Public Meeting to be held about the proposed development at 263 Columbus Avenue

Holiday Season Schedule Changes

The City of Ottawa reminds residents that there will be schedule changes for the holiday season, between Tuesday, December 24 and Thursday, January 2.

Council Approves Budget 2020

City Council today approved Budget 2020, a financial plan that increases investments in public transit, winter maintenance and affordable housing, while taking steps to close the City’s infrastructure gap.

BudgetSpeak 2020 As We Heard It

On Tuesday, November 5, Councillors Leiper, McKenney, King, Fleury, and Menard welcomed a record number of participants for the annual BudgetSpeak event. We rely on this event to get valuable feedback from residents of the urban wards about what their budget priorities are, so the councillors can best advocate on their behalf during the budget process.

December 2019 Newsletter for Rideau-Rockcliffe

Rawlson King, Councillor for Rideau-Rockcliffe released his newsletter for December 2019 which provides an overview of achievements for this year, along with City Hall and Ward updates.

Transportation Master Plan Survey

The City of Ottawa is updating its Transportation Master Plan. Please complete our resident survey and tell City staff what a sustainable transportation system means to you.

Improving Rat Control in Ottawa

Rawlson King, Councillor for Rideau-Rockcliffe (Ward 13), was pleased to second and support Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury's motion at Council to address surface rats in city parks, infrastructure projects, backyards and city streets. 

Residential Fourth Density (R4) Zoning Review

To help improve housing affordability, the R4 Zoning Review will explore zoning changes to enable a wider range of low-rise, multi-unit infill housing in R4-zoned neighbourhoods, while respecting compatibility and context sensitive design. 

Rideau River Winter Trail

The Winter Trail along the Rideau River is an amazing opportunity to take advantage of the multi-use pathway year-round.

Montreal-Blair Road Transit Priority Corridor First Public Open House

The City of Ottawa invites you to the first public open house for the Montreal-Blair Road Transit Priority Corridor (St. Laurent Boulevard to Shefford Road, and 1.2 km north of Montreal Road to Blair Station) Planning and Environmental Assessment (EA) Study.

Phone: 613-580-2483
Address: 110 Laurier Ave W, Ottawa, ON, K1P 1J1