Did you know? All streets have parking limits, even if there are no posted signs. The reason is for parking space turnaround and street cleaning and plowing. I ask that you please respect the parking bylaws.
If you witness any vehicles parking longer than the parking bylaw, you may report the vehicle to Bylaw Services by calling 311 or reporting online at www.ottawa.ca.
Ottawa is now a city with more than 1 million people. With that growth comes the need to update the Transportation Master Plan, which is the City’s blueprint for the planning, funding, and implementation of its walking, cycling, transit and road networks over the next several decades. Until January 24, you will have your first opportunity to provide your input into the master plan by completing a short online questionnaire.
Fill out the questionnaire and sign up for updates at www.ottawa.ca/TMPUpdate
The City of Ottawa is pleased to announce the 2020 CED grants program. The application closing date is Friday March 20, 2020. The annual Community Economic Development (CED) Funding Program provides financial support to selected projects (not ongoing program expenses) that are anticipated to result in:
Winter operations have been well underway. Please remember to keep your green, black, blue, and garbage bins on your driveway or lawn, and off the road during waste collection. This will ensure proper winter maintenance on your street. Furthermore, if there is an overnight parking ban in effect, please remember to find other means of parking and to keep your vehicle off of the street. For more information on winter overnight parking please visit the City of Ottawa website. Thank you everybody for your cooperation.
Are you ready? In the case of an emergency such as a tornado, flooding, a natural disaster, or a prolonged power outage, make sure you are prepared. An emergency preparedness kit will help ensure your safety and the safety of your family. Preparing one is easy, inexpensive, and quick - in fact, you probably already have most of the items you need. Your emergency preparedness kit should contain adequate supplies to keep you and your family self-sufficient in your home for at least 72 hours.
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The City of Ottawa and Ren’s Pets wish to encourage pet owners to apply for and renew their annual cat and dog registration.
Starting this month, for each new pet registration or renewal, Ren’s Pets has generously donated a $25 coupon*, redeemable online or in-store at any Ren’s Pets location.
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Gloucester-South Nepean Ward or Ward 22 (French: Quartier Gloucester-Nepean-Sud) is a city ward located in Ottawa, Ontario. Situated in the south end of the city, the ward includes the communities of Chapman Mills, Stonebridge and Davidson Heights in Barrhaven as well as Riverside South and Findlay Creek in Gloucester. This new ward was created in 2006 from parts of Bell-South Nepean and Gloucester-Southgate Wards due to the rapid growth in both communities.
A big thank you to our community associations who work hard and are dedicated to making our neighborhoods such great places to live: