Building a Liveable Ottawa 2031
Starting in 2013, the City of Ottawa will begin its review of the strategic documents that guide the development of our city. They include:
- Official Plan
- Transportation Master Plan
- Infrastructure Master Plan
- Cycling Plan
- Pedestrian Plan
These plans outline future growth for the City.
Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan
This plan proposes targets for greenhouse gas emission reduction and outlines the measures the City should undertake to reach these targets.
Find out the City’s approach for preserving the environment.
Greenspace Master Plan
Find out the City’s plans for preserving green spaces.
Human Services Plan
Read about the City’s plan to increase access to services and facilities for Ottawa’s diverse communities and citizens.
Infrastructure Master Plan (IMP)
Find out how the City deals with major public water, wastewater and storm water expansion projects and their plan to protect natural resources.
Investment Strategy for Sustainable Economic Prosperity
Learn about Ottawa’s Five-Year Investment Strategy for Sustainable Economic Prosperity
Parks and Recreation Master Plan development
Find out about the Parks and Recreation roadmap.
Renewed Action Plan for Arts, Heritage and Culture
Learn how this new six-year action plan builds on Ottawa’s strengths and reflects its unique and authentic identity.
Transportation Demand Management Strategy
Learn how the City will continue working to influence the travel decisions of people in Ottawa by encouraging the use of more sustainable transportation solutions.
Transportation System Management Strategy
Learn about this approach to planning, engineering, and communicating aimed at optimizing the safety, efficiency and capacity of the existing transportation system through the use of effective, low cost improvements.
Transportation Master Plan (TMP)
Find out how the City will adapt transportation programs to serve a growing population (or see the plan updates).