Our November/December Preschool, Child & Youth Program Schedule is now available and registration is open now. pdf Check out the full schedule at this link! (12.19 MB)
Ten years in the planning, the restoration and renewal of the clubhouse of the Ottawa Tennis and Lawn Bowling Club (OTLBC) is finally about to happen. With construction being launched at the beginning of September 2021, the first phase of an ambitious restoration plan is now underway. Nine months from now, in April 2022, the first part of a dream will have become reality.
Do you have thoughts about the parkways and driveways reserved for active use in 2021? The NCC wants to hear your feedback.
Registration begins October 18, 2021 for the late fall 2021 program. Due to pandemic-related restrictions on Carleton’s campus, classes will be offered in an online format. The courses offered this session are found on the Carleton University Lifelong Learning Program website.
As I watched the operation of this small crew of five construction workers do their thing earlier this summer — replacing water and sewer lines on Willard Street — I was impressed by the degree of precision needed by all five of them. The whole business seemed like ‘earth-dentistry’ except for the need for sterile technique; even there, they have to be very careful not to sever existing gas lines… or push through any of the brand-new copper water service lines.
Old Ottawa South and other inner urban areas are slated to provide housing for many of the 400,000 new residents expected in Ottawa over the 25-year term of the new Official Plan. What will that look like? Where will we do it? How will we get there?
OSCA’s Planning and Zoning Committee (‘P&Z’) prepared a slide presentation about the City’s New Official Plan (‘OP’) and presented it in a Zoom meeting on September 27, 2021. You can view here the pdf OSCA P&Z Community Presentation 21 09 27 (5.99 MB) .
Your feedback is requested by October 13, 2021.
The Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department offers the Planning Primer Program to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process. The program is a series of half-day courses. The content of these Primer courses is the same as those offered in previous years.
Hundreds of coloured stones lined the walkway along Hopewell Avenue to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, 2021.