The National Capital Commission, Parks Canada, and the City of Ottawa have commissioned Matrix Heritage to produce a cultural landscape study of the Ottawa urban section of the Rideau Canal corridor. The study will create a guiding document that outlines the heritage values and character-defining elements within the study area and how these can best be enhanced and protected for Canadians now and into the future. About the study The study area covers the…
The National Capital Commission is seeking public input on this year’s active use of the parkways program.
The Ottawa Police Services Board (OPSB) and the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) are asking residents to provide their feedback in a public survey. The results will help guide the development of the new Strategic Plan and the 2024 Ottawa Police Service Budget. You can help by filling out the survey with what’s important in your neighbourhood.
Do you own an older home or are you thinking of buying one? Are you sometimes lost in contradictory free advice on the web? Heritage Ottawa wants to help.
This fall, Heritage Ottawa will be offering an introductory workshop designed for owners and prospective owners of older homes in Ottawa. A series of more in-depth workshops will follow at a later date.
The City is developing a dedicated Trees and Forests Outreach and Engagement Strategy to enhance existing programs and incentives and create new opportunities for the community to further understand and care for its trees and forests. The strategy is a recommendation of the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan.
Calling all residents of Old Ottawa South! We still want to hear your opinions on the potential impact of the proposed Lansdowne 2.0 development in your neighbourhood. Your thoughts and insights are invaluable to us, and it’s definitely not too late to contribute!
The City of Ottawa is asking residents to rank the ideas provided from the May public engagement session about the public areas and urban park at Lansdowne 2.0 by taking following survey: https://bit.ly/42luuj5
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been significant changes to how often and how many customers use transit. Considering this, and the upcoming opening of Stage 2 O-Train extensions, there is a need to review the transit planning principles that are used to shape the bus route network. These principles are things like how far you walk to get to a bus stop, how frequently the bus runs, and the maximum…
OC Transpo has issued a proposal and a consultation document relating to a possible re-routing of the #7 eastbound bus from its current route on Grove Avenue to Sunnyside Avenue. We encourage you to review the OCTranspo documents and respond to the survey, details as outlined at the following link:
The City of Ottawa is launching public engagement efforts for Lansdowne 2.0. The Lansdowne 2.0 project team has developed an engagement strategy to ensure that the public gets the chance to voice their ideas, input, and perspectives on the project. The consultation will last several months and is going to include a series of online and in-person surveys, a newsletter, community consultation workshops, business consultation workshops, as well as a number of pop-up engagement…
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