Resurfacing Craig Henry Drive

 

The resurfacing work along Craig Henry is part of the City’s additional $3.0M investment in Road Resurfacing projects.  This additional investment targets specific areas of great need and not full road resurfacing.  This is in response to the Motion carried by Council on May 24, 2017.

 

The specifics about the resurfacing work along Craig Henry are:

Limits: From Greenbank Road to Aldridge Way

Scope: Full resurfacing of the paved surfaces within those limits, with the exception of the paved median areas at intersections, and no work within the Greenbank intersection.

 

At the moment, pavement grinding is underway.  This will be followed by ironwork adjustments (currently scheduled for Friday Oct. 20), paving operations, and line painting.

The work is expected to be completed next week, subject to weather conditions.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please see the contacts for the project below:

 

City’s Project Manager

Alex Siciliano, P.Eng.

Project Manager

McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd. Email: a.siciliano@mcintoshperry.com

Tel: 613-836-2184 ext. 2245

 

Contractor’s Representative

Yves Bisson

Project Manager – Contractor

R.W. Tomlinson

Email: ybisson@tomlinsongroup.com

Tel : 613-822-1867

 

Hydro Ottawa Offers Financial Assistance Programs for Low-Income Customers

With cold weather on the way, I thought it timely to share with you some information on the financial assistance programs that Hydro Ottawa offers to help low-income customers. These programs provide relief to constituents who are having difficulty paying their electricity bills.

While this information is available on our website in both English and French, I wanted to offer printed copies of our brochure in the event you have residents dropping in to your constituency office. If you would like to receive hard copies of our bilingual brochure, please don’t hesitate to reply back to this email and I will coordinate with my team to get copies to your constituency office.

One particular program I want to highlight is the Ontario Electricity Support Program, which provides ongoing and long-term financial support to low-income customers. Some customers may be eligible to receive a credit of up to $900 a year towards their electricity bill. Constituents need only fill out an application, available at OntarioElectricitySupport.ca.

WARD 9’S Q3 BY-LAW ACTIVITY REPORT

WARD 9
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Q1to Q3, 2017
Animals 510 731 634 782 637 603 548 531 541 460 512 350
Care of Streets 48 64 105 75 69 72 95 78 88 75 87 68
Graffiti 11 30 38 24 30 14 6 3 5 1
Noise 467 406 397 541 507 432 435 367 339 330 275 246
Parking 715 850 1103 941 895 953 998 1184 1068 999 1128 992
Parks 47 72 72 68 50 63 78 30 68 18 58 65
Property Standards 273 299 334 279 261 250 357 486 377 407 357 328
Signs 130 222 211 97 111 135 100 90 152 148 205 66
Zoning Enforcement 49 59 67 90 85 82 78 113 150 155 171 67

Committee Update

Rebates for secondary sump pumps could begin in 2018

 

Ottawa Residents could receive rebates to install secondary sump pumps in their homes, according to a report received today by the City’s Environment and Climate Protection Committee.

 

The two-year pilot program would give up to 100 residents a $400 rebate when installing a secondary sump pump with back-up battery power. Applicants would be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

The federal government would provide nearly half of the funding for the pilot, through the National Disaster Mitigation Program, which aims to address the rising risks and costs of flooding. A secondary sump pump with back-up battery power reduces the risk of basement flooding during a power outage.

 

Staff provided an update to the Committee about the City’s waste management planning and diversion activities. The presentation included timelines related to the new provincial approach to waste management.

 

Items approved at today’s Environment and Climate Protection Committee will go to City Council on Wednesday, October 25.

 

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). You can also connect with us through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Nepean Trail

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Artisan Crafters Market and Bake Sale

Construction and Infrastructure projects in the City

City Construction projects

Thanksgiving Day activities and schedule changes

Ottawa – The City of Ottawa reminds residents of the following schedule changes for the Thanksgiving Day holiday on Monday, October 9.

 

Client services:

 

  • The City’s Provincial Offences Court, located at 100 Constellation Crescent, will also be closed. Business will resume as usual on Tuesday, October 10.

 

  • The City’s 3-1-1 Contact Centre will be open for urgent matters requiring the City’s immediate attention. Call 3-1-1 or 613-580-2400 to speak to a customer service representative. For persons with a hearing-related disability, call TTY: 613-580-2401.

 

Green bin, recycling and garbage collection:

  • There will be no curbside green bin, recycling or garbage collection on Thanksgiving Day. Monday’s pick-up will take place on Tuesday, October 10. In addition, the collection of green bin, recycling materials and garbage will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week. For curbside collection enquiries, refer to the collection calendar tool.

 

  • There will be no multi-residential, bulky items, green bin, recycling and leaf and yard waste collection on Thanksgiving Day. Monday’s pickup will take place on Tuesday, October 10. Multi-residential, bulky items, green bin, recycling and leaf and yard waste collection will also be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week. However, multi-residential garbage container collection is not delayed and collection will take place on its regularly scheduled day during the week of October 9.

 

  • The Trail Waste Facility will be closed.

 

Parking:

  • All City of Ottawa parking regulations and restrictions will apply during this time.

 

Transit service:

  • OC Transpo will operate a Sunday schedule and the DayPass will be valid as a Family DayPass. A family or group may travel all day with a DayPass which can be purchased for $10.25 from the bus operator upon boarding. A family/group can include up to six people with a maximum of two individuals aged 13 or older. Call 613-560-1000 or text 560560 plus your four-digit bus stop number for real-time schedule information. For more information, holiday schedules and travel planning, phone 613-741-4390 or visit octranspo.com.

 

 

  • Transit Information Centre (613-741-4390) will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

  • OC Transpo Customer Relations Office (613-842-3600) will be closed.

 

  • Para Transpo will operate a holiday service on October 9. Regular scheduled trips are automatically cancelled. Customers may book trips for Thanksgiving Day on or after Monday, October 2 by calling 613-244-7272.

 

  • Para Transpo operations:

o   Customer service (613-842-3681) – closed

o   Administration (613-244-1289) – closed

o   Taxi coupons (613-842-3670) – closed

o   Reservations line (613-244-7272) – open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

o   Trip cancellation and general inquiries (613-244-4636) – open 6 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

 

Recreation services:

 

  • Most registered programs at swimming pools, community centres and arenas are cancelled; however, participants should check with their facility to confirm, as some exceptions will apply.

 

Ottawa Public Health:

 

o   SITE office at 179 Clarence Street will be closed Monday, October 9, however, the site mobile van will be operating on a regular schedule from 5 to 11:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Cultural Services:

 

  • City of Ottawa Archives, arts centres, galleries, theatres and museums will be closed; however, clients should check ottawa.ca or their facility to confirm, as some exceptions may apply.

 

Archives Services:

  • The City of Ottawa Archives Reference Services and Gallery 112 will be closed. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, October 10.

 

Municipal child care services:

 

Ottawa Public Library:

  • All branches and services of the Ottawa Public Library will be closed. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, October 10.

 

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For more information:
Media contact
613-580-2450

 

Public inquiries
3-1-1

 

Proposed Zoning for 1375 Clyde Avenue Public Information Session

Proposed Zoning for 1375 Clyde Avenue

Public Information Session

 

You are invited:

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Old Value Village Building

1375 Clyde Avenue

 

 

At the Public Information Session, residents will be able to drop in during the hours noted above and review the plans for the site. Representatives from the City, the Planning Consultants, the Ward Councillors offices and Dymon Group of Companies will be available to discuss the project and answer questions.

 

 

Proposed plan:

An application for Zoning By-law Amendment has been submitted for 1375 Clyde Avenue to allow for the development of a new five-storey self-storage building facing Clyde Avenue and a new restaurant building at Baseline Road.  The existing ‘Value Village’ building is to remain and is being repurposed for a new retailer.   To facilitate the proposed development, the applicant is requesting Warehouse (limited to Self-Storage) be added as a permitted use on the site.  The applicant is also requesting changes to some applicable development standards including specific relief from some ‘active street frontage’ zoning requirements, parking rate and aisle width requirements, minimum landscape buffers around parking lots and provision of outdoor communal space, screening of refuse and loading areas and queuing requirements for drive-throughs.
If you are not available to attend the Public Information Session, or would like additional information, please direct your comments to those listed below:

 

Mary Dickinson, MCIP, RPP

Planner

Development Review West

City of Ottawa | Ville d’Ottawa

613.580.2424 ext./poste 13923

mary.dickinson@ottawa.ca

 

Councillor Keith Egli

613-580-2424 x 27444

Ward9@ottawa.ca

 

Councillor Rick Chiarelli

613-580-2478

Rick.Chiarelli@ottawa.ca

 

Councillor Riley Brockington

613-580-2486

Riley.Brockington@Ottawa.ca

 

2017 Community Safety Awards

2017 Community Safety Awards

REMINDER: Send us your nominations!

 

The Community Safety Awards are not far away. The ceremony will take place on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5 p.m. at Ottawa City Hall.  Save the date!

 

Don’t miss your opportunity to nominate a deserving community safety leader. The deadline for submissions is October 3, 2017. The awards honour individuals, groups and programs making Ottawa a safer city for everyone.

 

Nominees are being sought for the following award categories:

  • Leadership Award
  • Business Award
  • Youth Leadership Award
  • Enforcement Professional Award
  • City Employee Award
  • Volunteer Award
  • Volunteer Program Award
  • Community Program Award

The nomination form, criteria and frequently asked questions can be found at: www.crimepreventionottawa.ca.

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