Old Ottawa South Community Association

Snow Go

Snow Go

With the arrival of ice and snow, Ottawa winters can be a challenging time for seniors and people with limited mobility. The City of Ottawa funds two programs, Snow Go and Snow Go Assist, which help seniors and people with disabilities with their snow removal. 

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Ottawa Cultural Roadmap: Public Consultations

Have a say about Ottawa’s cultural scene by attending a public consultation event between November 16th to December 1st, 2018. Check out the event details here

It’s important – did you know that Ottawa cultural sites and events drew audiences of over 5 million in 2017? And approximately 51,000 residents are employed in culture and tourism? Cultural events include film and food festivals, heritage and theatre districts, rural museums, urban concerts, and street art.

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Recruiting for Boards and Committees

The City of Ottawa is recruiting volunteers to fill vacancies on a number of boards and committees. These volunteers can make a difference in the community by providing their expertise, knowledge, and professionalism. 

Several positions are available:

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Capital Ward All Candidates Meeting

Capital Ward All Candidates Meeting

A full house greeted the Capital Ward candidates on Thursday, September 27, 2018 eager to hear views on neighourhood and city issues.  The meeting was sponsored by the six community associations of the area, including OSCA.

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New Parking Regulations

New Parking Regulations

As of June 1st, 2018, you're allowed to park on unsigned streets for 6 hours on weekends and statutory holidays from 7am to 7pm. This effectively doubles the amount of time you can park in one spot during these time-frames.

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What is the City’s Vision for Traditional Mainstreets?

Southminster Church, the Beer Store, and now Fifth Avenue Court—all contentious development proposals on Bank Street, and the outcomes will change the face of our neighbourhoods. Will this be for the good? Most people support some level of intensification—it’s important for promoting vibrant and walkable neighbourhoods in the urban core. But City Council seems intent on increasing density above all other considerations, even though there are no density targets in place for Bank Street.

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