The City of Ottawa is commencing a study to develop a functional road design for Alta Vista Drive between Faircrest Road and Edge Hill Place. Aging underground utilities such as sewers and watermains, from Billings Avenue to Kilborn Avenue and Wesmar Drive to Edge Hill Place, require renewal in the short to medium term, respectively. This provides an opportunity to upgrade the design of surface elements such as the roadway, sidewalk and cycling facilities.
Study Result and Timing
This Study will result in the preparation and approval of a Functional Design that will serve as a basis for subsequent detailed designs for the reconstruction of sections of Alta Vista Drive, as applicable. It is anticipated that this Functional Planning Study will be completed before the end of 2019.
Various opportunities for public involvement will be provided, including a public open house to present study material. Public input and comment is encouraged throughout the project process. The study will receive input from a combined Technical and Public Advisory Committee and other stakeholders during the study.
You are encouraged to participate in the study by attending consultation events or by directly contacting the study team with information, comments or questions. Updated project information will be posted periodically on the study website.
A Public Open House is scheduled for early Summer 2019. Notifications for the Public Open House will be provided closer to the date on the project website with e-mail notifications to the study contact list.
Public Information Session
Tuesday June 18, 2019
St. Timothy’s Presbyterian Church, Main Hall
2400 Alta Vista Drive
Drop-in from 6:00p.m to 8:00p.m.
The City of Ottawa invites you to attend a Public Information Session for the Alta Vista Drive Functional Planning Study (South of Smyth Road to North of Bank Street).
During this event, you will learn about the planning and design process and choices for the phased reconstruction of Alta Vista Drive. Members of the Study Team will be available to discuss the project. Your participation is an important component of the study where you can provide feedback. Please have your comments to us by July 5, 2019. The information presented at the event will also be available on the City’s project website.
- Open review of display boards
- Review and comment on road design options
- Speak with the project team
Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. If you require special accommodation, please call or email the City of Ottawa Project Manager, below, before the event.
For further information or to provide comments please contact:
Vanessa Black, P. Eng.
Transportation Engineer – Network Modification
Transportation Services Department
613-580-2424, ext. 12559