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.
Three new teams of neighbourhood-based police officers will start working in three high-priority neighbourhoods, including Overbrook.
Living in a home built before 1955? If so, you may have a lead water service pipe connecting your home to the City’s water supply.
Rawlson King, Councillor for Rideau-Rockcliffe (Ward 13), released his newsletter for October 2019 outlining news and upcoming events. This fourth issue provides Ward 13 and City Council updates, including news about the #ReallyBigServiceChange at OC Transpo focused on bus service, along with information about upcoming community events and public consultations.
On Sunday, October 6, OC Transpo’s bus service will transform to align with O-Train Line 1. These are the biggest OC Transpo changes in Ottawa’s history. Most customers will be affected so we ask that you plan your trip carefully.
Mayor Jim Watson and Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward Councillor Rawlson King presented the Mayor’s City Builder Award to Rowan Parkinson and Avery Parkinson at City Council, in recognition of their charitable contributions in Ottawa and beyond.
The City of Ottawa has provided a new construction schedule for the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST) project. The CSST is designed to reduce the frequency of combined sewage outflows to the Ottawa River, while improving the flexibility and redundancy of major downtown collector sewers.
Help us recognize and celebrate our community safety and crime prevention leaders. Submit your nomination for the 11th annual Crime Prevention Ottawa Awards.