Dear Ward 22,
During this time, my office is still taking your phone calls and answering your emails. You may contact us at 613-580-2424 ext. 17022 or by email email@example.com. This is a very trying time but please remember you are not alone.
The Ottawa Public Health website has a number of multilingual resources for COVID-19 updates.
Please be advised that the City of Ottawa is mandating, like other municipalities, to make face masks mandatory for everyone when inside public spaces starting July 7. The motion to institute a by-law ensuring that residents wear cloth masks will be brought forward as a motion to City Council on July 15.
Please remember how the actions that members of your groups and organizations are taking will save lives and make a difference for your friends, family, neighbours, and colleagues.
We are now allowed to gather in groups of 10. That said, the necessary guidelines remain:
For full details on affected City services, please visit ottawa.ca.
Thank you everybody for your cooperation, and please do not hesitate to contact my office if you have any questions or concerns.
As part of the City Council approved speed camera pilot project, speed camera technology will be piloted along roadways adjacent to school areas located within designated Community Safety Zones. In ward 22, one rotational camera will be installed on Longfields Drive, rotating between three schools. The speed camera will be activated on Monday, July 13.
Please be advised that on Wednesday July 15, Hydro Ottawa will be replacing one transformer located on Spratt Road. This work is necessary to maintain the reliability of the electricity distribution in the area. The work will take place between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm.
A third party report has been concluded regarding the Longfields and Golflinks roundabout.
Among the findings: the original design criteria is met, but is extremely tight for articulated trucks and other large vehicles, which results in encroachments on curbs, boulevards and signs. However, the report also notes the roundabout was not designed to allow them. The roundabout was also not designed to allow very large vehicles to turn onto Golflinks.
We are looking for remarkable residents who have gone above and beyond while on the job. Do you know any exceptional people Ward 22? Nominate them for the Order of Ottawa!
It's time to #shoplocal! The Barrhaven Farmer's Market is open every Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm until October. The market is located at 670 Cedarview Road at The Log Farm. Many of their vendors offer a pre-order options and will have your order ready for pickup but they will also be offering shopping opportunity at each vendors booth. Social distancing and safe customer service will be the order of the day and the number of shoppers will be monitored closely.
Ottawa Public Health wants to hear more from members of the community. Phase 2 of their Public Engagement Strategy has launched and includes a new survey and forum questions available on Engage Ottawa in English or Participons Ottawa in French. Please take the time to complete the survey today.
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I need your input! The new Riverside South Town Centre is in the planning phase however I would love to know what you would like to see. Currently a City pool, library, and recreation centre are in the plans but I would like to know what else residents are interested in seeing. Please contact my office with your input!
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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: