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Open House Presentations

Presentation from Ottawa Police:

Councillor Egli’s Open House

Presentation from OC Transpo:

Ready for Rail Presentation_Cllr Egli Open House_Nov 15_ENG

Nepean Trail Presentation:

ISD 17-5017 – Nepean Trail – Open House Presentation_

Contacts for the Nepean Trail:

Phil Whelan, P.Eng.
Project Manager
McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Tel: 613-836-2184, Ext.2215
Jeff DeLoyde, M.A.Sc., P.Eng.
Project Manager
City of Ottawa
Tel: 613-806-1828, Ext.28403

Construction Notice

Please see the link below for the construction notice.

November 2017 – Fallowfield Rd Construction – EN (125)

Crime Prevention Ottawa is Recruiting for our Board of Directors

Crime Prevention Ottawa is Recruiting for our Board of Directors

What is the Board of Directors?
Crime Prevention Ottawa is governed and guided by a Board of Directors which is responsible for setting strategic direction, assuring sound financial management and hiring an Executive Director.  The Board of Directors is made up of 16 members: 8 members representing the community and 8 members representing institutions which contribute to safety in our community.  The Board seeks to be reflective of the community of Ottawa.

Who is eligible?
Residents of the City of Ottawa who are 18 years of age or older are eligible for appointment.  Individuals who reside outside of the city may be eligible if they have made a significant contribution to the Ottawa community.

How does the selection process work?
Eligible candidates for the Board of Directors will be invited for interviews by a nominations committee consisting of current Board members and a Community Forum member.  A reference check will be conducted to determine fit.

How do I get more information?
If you want more information on the responsibilities, selection process, or current members of Crime Prevention Ottawa, see

How do I apply?
Please submit a one-page letter of application outlining your qualifications, specific skills, interests and background.   Applications may be submitted by electronic mail or regular mail.  Please submit your application by Friday, November 17, 2017, to:

Francine Demers, Crime Prevention Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue West-Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
Fax: 613-580-2593 – E-mail:


The Ottawa Hospital public information sessions

Please see below for the Public information sessions.



Wednesday, Nov. 22
7 to 8:45 p.m.
Ray Friel Complex,
Program Room                
1585 Tenth Line Rd
Orleans, Ontario
Monday, Nov. 27
7 to 8:45 p.m.
John G Mlacak Centre
Hall C & D
2500 Campeau Dr.
Kanata, Ontario
Wednesday, Nov. 29
7 to 8:45 p.m.
Nepean Sportsplex
Hall C & D
1701 Woodroffe Ave
Ottawa, Ontario
Monday, Dec. 4
7 to 8:45 p.m.
Cornwall Civic Complex 100 Water Street East

Cornwall, Ontario

Tuesday, Dec. 5

7 to 8:45 p.m.

Best Western Inn & Conference Centre 1 International Drive

Pembroke, Ontario 

Thursday, Dec. 7
7 to 8:45 p.m.
Tom Brown Arena 141 Bayview Rd
Ottawa, Ontario
Monday, Dec. 11

7 to 8:45 p.m.

Old Town Hall

Upstairs room

61 Main St
Ottawa, Ontario


2018 Budget Draft

2018 Budget Draft

Name the Train


Upcoming workshops: How to install and Winterize a Rain Barrel

Want to install a rain barrel at home but don’t know how?


Join us for a FREE workshop about how to install and winterize a rain barrel. This hands-on workshop covers everything you’ll need to know – picking the right location, equipment and supplies, installation and proper maintenance.


One lucky participant from each workshop will go home with a new rain barrel!


Click on the dates listed below to register.


Saturday November 4th,

10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Van Lang Field House


Monday November 13th,

6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Carlingwood Public Library



This workshop is offered through the City of Ottawa’s Pinecrest Neighbourhood RAIN project. Click here for more information about the project.


Workshops will be delivered in English. Bilingual staff will be present to answer questions in French.


Fall Open House

Fall Open House 

ReCollect Collection Calendar app

We are pleased to be launching the ReCollect Collection Calendar app, in collaboration with the Service Innovation and Performance Department. The online ReCollect calendar has been in use since September 2012 and provides residents with a reminder of their collection day and the type of material scheduled for collection.


The new mobile app is now available free of charge through Apple and Android stores. By downloading the collection calendar app, residents will be able to receive notifications about their collection and quickly reference their collection calendar on their Apple and Android devices. ReCollect apps are used by over 100 municipalities across North America. Each of these mobile apps is unique to the municipality (name, artwork, content, etc.), and has been very well received by residents. In addition to weekly calendar reminders, customized waste diversion messages can also be incorporated into the app. The mobile app will be promoted via City’s social media (Twitter and Facebook).


In addition to the ReCollect app residents can access the ReCollect calendar on They can download and print the collection calendar, upload it to personal calendars or sign up for email, telephone or Twitter notifications. Since September 2012, the online ReCollect calendar has reached 68,000 active users.

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