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Old Ottawa South Community Association

Watch for the 2022 Origin-Destination Survey

Watch for the 2022 Origin-Destination Survey

The City has launched the 2022 Origin Destination Survey as part of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) udpdate.

This important travel survey is being carried out jointly by the major transportation planning agencies within the national capital region. The goal of the survey is to understand how, where, and why residents travel. The survey asks questions about residents’ households, as well as the trips made by household members. The survey results will help the City make informed decisions on road, transit, pedestrian, and cycling improvements and is a key input for the next phase of the TMP Update, developing the Capital Infrastructure Plan. Households are being chosen at random to take part and residents may receive a letter or phone call inviting them to participate.

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The Aberdeen Pavilion, 1903.

Celebrate the Historic Aberdeen Pavilion

On Saturday, July 2, 2022, the City of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Central Canada Exhibition Association, will host a community festival at Lansdowne Park to celebrate 30 years since Ottawa City Council resolved to restore the Aberdeen Pavilion.

The Aberdeen Heritage Festival will kick off at 9:30 am with an opening ceremony in the Aberdeen Pavilion, followed by exciting activities throughout the day. This includes:

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Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign

Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign

Twice a year, thousands of Ottawa residents help keep our community spaces clean and green through Cleaning the Capital and you can join them by registering for the spring 2022 campaign!

You can register online until Saturday, April 30, 2022. There are a variety of places you can choose to clean up, including community parks, shorelines, roadsides, or even areas around bus stops.

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Solid Waste Master Plan Consultation

Solid Waste Master Plan Consultation

The City of Ottawa is seeking views on the management of garbage, recycling, and food waste. 

Ottawa’s vision is to be a zero-waste city. And yet, more than half of what we throw in the garbage could be recycled or composted. We need a plan that can stand up to challenges such as climate change and a landfill that is filling up fast.

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