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Upcoming opportunities to get involved and offer feedback on City projects

June 15, 2017
Announcements and Events

The City of Ottawa wants your input on the projects, policies, programs and services that affect your daily life. From open houses to workshops and online consultations, your feedback helps shape City decisions.

Residents wishing to get involved will have the following opportunities:

Monday, June 19
Online consultation until June 30: Cummings Avenue Area Traffic Management

Online consultation on an area traffic study along Cummings Avenue, between Montreal Road and Donald Street.  The study will look at the road conditions from the perspective of all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers.

Monday, June 19

Online consultation until August 14: Marketing of unhealthy food and drinks to children and youth
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) wants feedback on marketing unhealthy food and drinks to children and youth.

Tuesday, June 20

Open house: Sandy Hill Heritage Conservation District Study Phase II
7 to 9 p.m., presentation at 7:15 p.m.
École élémentaire publique Francojeunesse - La salle multifonctionnelle
119 Osgoode Street, Ottawa

The open house will outline the process for a Heritage Conservation District study and provide property owners with the opportunity to comment on the cultural heritage value of the area. Questions from members of the community on the draft heritage conservation district plans will also be discussed.

Thursday, June 22

Information session: Heritage Inventory Project – Old Ottawa East and South
6:30 to 9 p.m. (This is a drop-in session, no presentation)
Southminster United Church
15 Aylmer Avenue
Information session on the management of built heritage resources and the Heritage Inventory Project.

Thursday, June 22

Open house: Barrhaven South Expansion Study Area Community Design Plan
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Pierre-Savard French Catholic High School
1110 Longfields Drive
The open house will provide information on the preferred land use concept plan, servicing and transportation projects, supporting studies, and next steps in the project.

The City offers residents a variety of opportunities to share information, consult and collaborate. Stay informed on upcoming engagement opportunities to see your ideas, suggestions and concerns incorporated into the work that impacts you and your community.

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