Archive for February, 2013

Seasonal openings and closures at City of Ottawa parks

Ottawa – Most of the City of Ottawa’s outdoor skating rinks will close for the season on Thursday, February 28. Some rinks will remain open as long as conditions permit. […]

SPECIAL ADVISORY: Overnight Parking Restriction in Effect (February 28 1:00a.m. – 7:00a.m.)

Ottawa – Environment Canada has forecast snow accumulation of 7 cm or more for the Ottawa area. As a result, overnight parking restrictions are now in effect from 1a.m. to […]

United Way Ottawa is seeking nominations for the 2013 Community Builder of the Year Awards

NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN You are invited to nominate a person, organization, partnership, agency or neighbourhood group that has played a significant role in making change happen in our community. Those […]

Nepean Sportsplex Fall-Winter Recreation Guide Is Now Available

There is something for everyone in the Nepean Sportsplex Fall-Winter Recreation Guide. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to register for the program or activity that’s perfect for you and/or your […]

2013 Planning Primer Program

Have you ever wondered how land-use planning is done? What those black and white signs in your community mean? How a zoning application is made? How to make a presentation […]

Family Day Schedule Changes

Ottawa – The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for Family Day (Monday, February 18). Recreation services: Rink of Dreams, located on Marion […]

Potential Site Plan for City View Curling Club (50 Capilano Dr)

This is a copy of their possible severance plan that illustrates the proposed relocation of the current curling club to the rear of the overall property and what remnant land […]

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