Archive for October, 2015

Highlighting ‘Personal Safety’ during Crime Prevention Week November 1-7, 2015

(Ottawa) – Join Ottawa Police at a series of events to celebrate Crime Prevention Week from November 1 to 7th.  Our theme is “Personal Safety”. Ottawa Police will launch Crime […]

Taxicab and Limousine Regulation and Service Review

Overview In May of 2015, City Council approved the scope of a comprehensive review of the City’s taxicab and limousine regulations. This includes potential regulations to recognize the emergence of […]

Public consultation begins on taxi and limousine regulation and service review

October 15, 2015 News Release Ottawa – The City of Ottawa is seeking public feedback on two discussion papers released today on as part of its comprehensive review of […]

Five ways you can make a difference during Waste Reduction Week

Ottawa – Waste Reduction Week, October 19 to 25, is an ideal time to take action to reduce waste in your home or workplace. The City wants to help you, […]

Public Consultation Begins on Taxi and Limousine Regulation and Service Review

The City of Ottawa is seeking public feedback on two discussion papers released today on as part of its comprehensive review of the city’s taxi and limousine industries. The […]


We have ice available to rent every Sunday at either 5 pm or 7 pm. A great way to have a family or office get together. Looking for a location […]

Federal Election Voting Information

Each resident should receive a voters card stating which polling station they are registered to vote at. If you have not received your voters card in the mail, please call […]

City mobilizes to help refugees of Syrian crisis

Mayor Jim Watson launches Refugee 613, United for Refugees at Public Forum Ottawa – Today, Mayor Jim Watson welcomed residents, local agencies, and subject-matter experts at City Hall to mobilize […]

Household Hazardous Waste Depot this weekend

The City of Ottawa is committed to helping residents dispose of their waste in the safest and most environmentally friendly way and reminds residents that some of the waste in […]

Thanksgiving Day holiday schedule changes

The City of Ottawa reminds residents of the following schedule changes for the Thanksgiving Day holiday on Monday, October 12. Client services: Ottawa City Hall and all seven Client Service […]

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