The City of Ottawa is working in lockstep with the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) and all other partners to ensure that the safety of our residents is maintained during the anticipated demonstration involving a large convoy of trucks.
The City of Ottawa is undertaking a functional design of Donald Street from Vanier Parkway to Alesther Street which include cycling facilities as part of the upcoming resurfacing project on Donald Street.
With the new blanket of snow, the City has lifted the “no sledding advisory” on its sanctioned sledding hills. Everyone should take safety precautions, including observing hill conditions and wearing a helmet.
Councillor Rawlson King will seek a 2022-2026 Term of Council priority to create a Public Realm policy that can be applied to Beechwood Avenue to ensure that we can transform Beechwood Avenue into an inviting, safe, and usable public space that meets the needs of our community.
The Anti-Racism Secretariat is holding virtual resident town halls on Saturday, January 15 and Thursday, January 20. These will complete a series of public engagement sessions the Anti-Racism Secretariat launched last year.
Due to hazardous conditions, the City of Ottawa advises residents against sledding on all municipal property at this time, including on sledding hills approved by the City.