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During Stage 2 LRT construction, Woodroffe Avenue will be widened between Iris Street and Baseline Road to accommodate OC Transpo bus detours.
On December 2, 2016 , the Minister of Canadian Heritage approved 930 Carling Avenue and 520 Preston Street, commonly referred to as the Sir John Carling site, as the location for the new Civic Hospital Campus.
When the Official Plan was reviewed in 2009, City Council and the Ontario Municipal Board approved a number of urban expansion areas to support the population projected in 2031.
The City of Ottawa has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for the expansion and retrofit of the Kennedy-Burnett Stormwater Management Facility in Barrhaven.
On June 16, 2017, the Governing Council of the Salvation Army in Canada submitted an application to develop the lands at 325, 327, and 333 Montreal Road, 334 Montfort Street and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue.
The application is to develop a new multi-purpose facility at this address, including...
In July, the City of Ottawa will begin construction work to upgrade Multi-Use Pathways in Ottawa’s East end. This work is being conducted to rehabilitate cycling and pedestrian facilities in your community.
The City of Ottawa will be proceeding with a new sidewalk project in Kanata South in 2017.
Please join the City of Ottawa to continue the discussion of converting the Bayshore-to-Moodie Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) to LRT, the recommended location for the future Moodie LRT Station and the preferred location of a...
The City of Ottawa has initiated an area traffic study along Cummings Avenue between Montreal Road and Donald Street.
The City of Ottawa is undertaking the preliminary and detailed design for the renewal of infrastructure in the Brantwood Park area.