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.
The Winter Trail along the Rideau River is an amazing opportunity to take advantage of the multi-use pathway year-round.
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.
Mayor Jim Watson inducted two Ward 13 residents into the Order of Ottawa. The Order of Ottawa inductees are: Anand S. Aggarwal and L.A. (Sandy) Smallwood.
On November 15, 2019, a group of 27 organizations announced the formation of a local coalition called United for All. Led by the City of Ottawa, United Way East Ontario, Ottawa Police Service, and joined by many other organizations, the group will coordinate local efforts to overcome hate and violence in our city.
Rawlson King, Councillor for Rideau-Rockcliffe released his newsletter for November 2019 which examines new affordable housing approved for Ward 13 along with new public safety programs and community policing that will be introduced in Overbrook.
Councillor Rawlson King's proposal to establish a policy unit at the City of Ottawa to address systemic racism in our community will be adopted in the City's 2020 budget.
Crime Prevention Ottawa is pleased to announce the winners of the 11th annual Crime Prevention Ottawa Awards. The awards honour people, programs and groups that are making our city a safer place for everyone.
The purpose of this memo is to provide information about access to the flu vaccine in Ottawa this fall.
Council approved a plan for the City to acquire a portion of the former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe from the federal government for up to 271 units of affordable housing.