Wallford Way, Farlane Boulevard, Hilliard Avenue, Millbrook Crescent, Deer Park Road, and Fisher Avenue Road, Sewer and Watermain Replacement Project

Project Update

 

Wallford Way, Farlane Boulevard, Hilliard Avenue, Millbrook Crescent, Deer Park Road, and Fisher Avenue Road, Sewer and Watermain Replacement Project

 

The purpose of the project is to renew the aging infrastructure (sewers and watermains) on the above noted streets and to improve the existing trunk storm sewer system servicing the neighborhood.

 

The project limits are:

  • Fisher Avenue (Meadowlands Drive to Deer Park Road)
  • Deer Park Road (Fisher Avenue to Millbrook Crescent)
  • Millbrook Crescent (Deer Park Road to Hilliard Avenue)
  • Hilliard Avenue (245m east of Millbrook Crescent to Farlane Boulevard)
  • Farlane Boulevard (Hilliard Avenue to Wallford Way)
  • Wallford Way (Farlane Boulevard to Higwood Drive)

 

In addition to the sewer and watermain replacement, the project includes:

  • Roads and sidewalks
  • New sidewalk on the north side of Deer Park Road
  • East-west bike lanes on Deer Park Road, with removal of on-street parking between Fisher Avenue and Millbrook Crescent
  • New sidewalk on one side of Millbrook Crescent, Hilliard Avenue, Farlane Boulevard, and Wallford Way
  • Segregated cycle tracks on Fisher Avenue
  • Traffic calming measures on Deer Park Road between Millbrook Crescent and Fisher Avenue in the form of two flat top speed humps.
  • Construction of a fully protected intersection at Fisher Avenue/Meadowlands Drive
  • Utility relocations as required

 

The professional engineering firm J.L. Richards Limited has been retained by the City of Ottawa to develop preliminary and detailed design, specifications and contract documents.

 

Construction work was originally planned for 2019. With NCC’s Hog’s Back Bridge rehabilitation work occurring this coming summer requiring traffic to be detoured to Prince of Wales and impacting Fisher Ave, the City has rescheduled the construction of this project to 2020, subject to budget approval.  This approach will mitigate mobility challenges in the area due to construction activities.

2019 Household Hazardous Waste Event Schedule

Memo_2019 Household Hazardous Waste_EN

Ottawa E-waste collection

 

Date  Location Address Ward
2019-03-16 Bob Mac 1490 Youville Drive 1 Mathew Luloff
2019-03-23 Pinecrest 2250 Torquay Avenue 8 Rick Chiarelli
2019-03-30 Good Shepherd 3092 Innes Rd 2 Laura Dudas
       
2019-04-06 Rockland     
2019-04-06 R.J. Kennedy 1115 Dunning Road 19 Stephan Blais
2019-04-13 Huntclub 3320 Paul Anka Drive 16 Riely Brockington
2019-04-20 Dover Court 411 Dovercourt Avenue 15 Jeff Leiper
2019-04-27 Walter Baker 100 Malvern Drive 3 Jan Harder
       
2019-05-04 Howard Darwin 1765 Merivale Road 9 Keith Egli
2019-05-11 Jim Durrell 1265 Walkley Road 18 Jean Cloutier
2019-05-18   Long weekend  
2019-05-25      
2019-05-25 Pine Crest 2250 Torquay Avenue 8 Rick Chiarelli
       
2019-06-01 Kanata Rec 100 Charlie Rogers Pl. 23 Allen Hubley
2019-06-08 Earl Armstrong 2020 Ogilvie Road 11 Tim Tierney
2019-06-15 Hunt Club 3320 Paul Anka Drive    16 Riely Brockington
2019-06-22 Sandy Hill Arena 60 Mann Avenue 12 Mathew Fleuty
2019-06-29 Manotick arena 5572 Doctor Leach Dr. 21 Scott Moffatt
       
2019-07-06 Walter Baker 100 Malvern Drive 3 Jan Harder
2019-07-06 Minto 3500 Cambrian Road 3 Jan Harder
2019-07-13    
2019-07-20 St. Andrews 2 Mulkins St 6 Glen Gower
2019-07-20 Life Cntr** 990 Teron Rd 4 Jenna Sudds
2019-07-27 Bob Macquarrie 1490 Youville Drive 1 Mathew Luloff
       
2019-08-03   Long weekend  
2019-08-10 Jim Durrell 1265 Walkley Road 18 Jean Cloutier
2019-08-17 Bells Corners 3955 Old Richmond Rd 8 Rick Chiarelli
2019-08-24 Howard Darwin 1765 Merivale Road 9 Keith Egli
2019-08-31   Long weekend  
       
2019-09-07 Dover Court** 411 Dovercourt Avenue 15 Jeff Leiper
2019-09-08 Dover Court** 411 Dovercourt Avenue 15 Jeff Leiper
2019-09-14      
2019-09-21 Earl Armstrong 2020 Ogilvie Road 11 Tim Tierney
2019-09-28      
       
2019-10-05 Pine Crest 2250 Torquay Avenue 8 Rick Chiarelli
2019-10-12 Kanata Rec Cntr 100 Charlie Rogers Pl. 23 Allen Hubley
2019-10-19 Walter Baker 100 Malvern Drive 3 Jan Harder
2019-10-26 Jim Durrell 1265 Walkley Road 18 Jean Cloutier
       
2019-11-02 Bob Mac 1490 Youville Drive 1 Mathew Luloff

Registration for spring and summer recreation programs starts this evening March 4, 2019

 

The Recreation eGuide and Mon Cyberguide francophone des loisirs are online at ottawa.ca for spring and summer programs. Residents can choose from a wide variety of activities in their neighbourhoods including swimming lessons, fitness classes and skating programs.

 

  • Registration for swimming and aquafitness classes begins online and by phone (613-580-2588) on Monday, March 4 at 9 pm and in person at City recreation facilities on Tuesday, March 5 during regular business hours.

 

  • Registration for all other classes begins online and by phone (613-580-2588) on Wednesday, March 6 at 9 pm and in person at City recreation facilities on Thursday, March 7 during regular business hours.

 

To register online or by phone residents will require a client barcode and family PIN numbers.

 

Residents who do not have access to the Internet are encouraged to visit City recreation centres or libraries with public Internet access. They can also visit any Client Service Centre where staff can help with registration.

Ottawa Mission Summary Report 2017-2018

Ottawa Mission

February 13, 2019 Council Meeting Cancelled

Pursuant to Subsection 8(3) of the Procedure By-law 2019-8, Mayor Watson has cancelled the City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 13, 2019, due to the anticipated snowstorm.

 

The Mayor has further directed that all items listed on the February 13, 2019, Council agenda will be considered at the next City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 27, 2019.

 

2019 Budget

Ward 9 – Budget 2019

Mayor’s Address – Budget 2019

 

Community Policing Presentation from 28 January PSB Meeting

Community Policing

Budget Consultation Presentation

2019 Councillor-led Budget Consultations.FINAL.EN

Ward 9 – By-law & Regulatory Services Branch Activity Report for Q4 (2018) and Year End 2018

Ward 9 Specific Activity Breakdown
WARD 9
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Q1 to Q4, 2018
Animals 510 731 634 782 637 603 548 531 541 460 512 466 618
Care of Streets 48 64 105 75 69 72 95 78 88 75 87 88 75
Graffiti 11 30 38 24 30 14 6 3 5 6 3
Noise 467 406 397 541 507 432 435 367 339 330 275 317 372
Parking 715 850 1103 941 895 953 998 1184 1068 999 1128 1339 1,299
Parks 47 72 72 68 50 63 78 30 68 18 58 67 78
Property Standards 273 299 334 279 261 250 357 486 377 407 357 408 457
Signs 130 222 211 97 111 135 100 90 152 148 205 91 89
Zoning Enforcement 49 59 67 90 85 82 78 113 150 155 171 90 90
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