Archive for May, 2017

Councillor Egli’s Annual Ward 9 Fun Day!

NCC Public Consultation

The National Capital Commission (NCC) would like to invite you to a first public consultation on the renewal of the NCC’s environmental strategy. At this open house, you will be […]

2017 Outdoor Aquatic Recreation Programs

With the approach of the summer operating season, the information below provides you with details related to the City’s beach, outdoor pool, wading pool and park programs.   BEACHES: Site […]

Section of Multi-use pathway around Centrepointe Park closed due to construction

The multi-use pathway on the north side of Centrepointe Park will be closed for resurfacing work until late June this year. Cyclists and pedestrians are advised to follow the detour […]

Seniors can get tickets for a Canada Day breakfast with the Mayor

Tickets are now available for the Mayor’s Canada Day Celebration for Seniors, which will take place on Saturday, July 1 from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at the Aberdeen Pavilion at […]

Victoria Day activities and schedule changes

The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for Victoria Day, Monday, May 22. Client services: Ottawa City Hall and all seven Client Service […]

May 7-13 is Emergency Preparedness Week

May 7 to 13, 2017 is Emergency Preparedness Week, and the City of Ottawa, along with municipalities, organizations and corporations across the country are asking you to help us build […]

Flooding information sessions will include details on Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians

The City is hosting four information sessions to provide information about flooding assistance. These sessions will include the Insurance Bureau of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross, Ottawa Public Health, the […]

“Have THAT Talk” mental health video series with support from Bell Let’s Talk

This past week Ottawa Public Health along with partner, Bell Let’s Talk, launched the have THAT talk. Five videos to help end the stigma and offer support to those touched by […]

Update on the City’s response to current flood conditions

Remember, if your property is at risk call 3-1-1. If it is an emergency situation, call 9-1-1. Yesterday morning at 10 a.m. the City went into Activated Emergency Operations in […]