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Construction notices

Overview

The City of Ottawa, in its commitment to protecting people and the community, continues to work closely with the industry and to comply with recommendations provided by municipal, provincial and federal health officials, as well as the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development.

The City recognizes that construction can be disruptive and, to help mitigate this, proactive communications must continue. Construction notices and related project information will now be posted online. Some projects will also receive notifications by Canada Post. Please consult the list below and click on the link to find information about construction in your neighbourhood.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this challenging time.

Central Urban 2 resurfacing - Carling Avenue (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Carling Avenue to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, milling of the existing surface, iron adjustments, and resurfacing of the roadway. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in late May 2022 and completion is anticipated by August 2022. Work will take place overnight between the hours of 7 pm and 7 am as required. Carling Avenue will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Carling Avenue from Merivale Road to Melrose Avenue.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd, to resurface Carling Avenue.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1. For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager:

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited
Tel: 613-296-3526

West Urban 2 Resurfacing - Marcasite, Pineview, Belleview, Vanstone, Irwin Gate (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Marcasite Road, Pineview Road, Belleview Drive, Vanstone Drive and Irwin Gate to improve these roadways and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve milling of the existing surface, granular base placement, resurfacing of the roadway and granular shoulders as required. Sidewalks and curbs will be repaired as required. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start the week of May 30, 2022, and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. All roads will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along:

  • Marcasite Road from the dead end to Belleview Drive
  • Pineview Road from Vanstone Drive to Belleview Drive
  • Belleview Drive from Vanstone Drive to Pickford Drive
  • Vanstone Drive from Marcasite Road to Kakulu
  • Irwin Gate from Hazeldean Road to Pickford Road

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited, to resurface these locations.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited
Tel: 613-296-3526

West Rural 2 Resurfacing - Mansfield Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Mansfield Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve pulverizing of the existing surface, resurfacing of the roadway and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in June and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Mansfield Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Mansfield Road from Conley Road to Huntley Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Mansfield Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

East culvert replacements - Scrivens Drive (May 2022)

The City of Ottawa’s stormwater infrastructure benefits all areas of the city – urban, suburban and rural. During major rainfalls and snow melts, ditches and culverts play major roles in diverting the runoff from fields, properties and roadways to creeks, streams and rivers. In 2022, there will be approximately $18 million to support the renewal of drainage culverts crossing city roads across the city, with $10.2 million for renewing or replacing culverts in rural areas.

This notice is to advise that construction in your neighbourhood will be undertaken in summer of 2022. This work is being conducted to complete the replacement of one (1) culvert to help improve your roadways and maintain surface drainage in your community.

What: The culvert will be replaced using open-cut construction.

Why: The culvert has reached end of life and is in very poor condition. As a result, replacement is required.

When: The culvert will be replaced in mid-May 2022 and completed by the end of May 2022.

Where: The culvert is located on Scrivens Drive (L885660) – 0.01 km west of Bank Street.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Geleynse Earthworks, to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic impacts

In order to safely complete this work a one (1) week road closure is required. A signed detour route will be provided.

The affected roads will have information and construction signs installed and maintained throughout the construction sites for the duration of the replacement to keep you informed of the changing conditions. Significant effort is being made to reduce the duration of the construction impacts in your community. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the construction work, such as delays and traffic detours, parking restrictions, noise and dust. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the Contractor Representative.

City Project Manager
Asim Baluch, P.Eng.
City of Ottawa
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 23526

City On-Site Inspector
Paul Nicol
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa, ON
Tel: 613-851-1258

Contractor Project Manager
Kourtney Knight
Geleynse Earthworks
2067 County Road 18, Kemptville, ON
Tel: 613-552-7392

Contract Administrator
Joshua Georg, P.Eng.
McIntosh Perry
115 Walgreen Rd, RR3, Carp ON
Tel: 613-903-4992

East Rural 1 Resurfacing - Mitch Owens Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Mitch Owens Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve milling / pulverizing of the existing surface, resurfacing of the roadway, and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start early June 2022 and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Mitch Owens Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Mitch Owens Road from Ramsayville Road to 60m east of Farmers Way.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Coco Paving Inc, to resurface Mitch Owens Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact Information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Rick Seguin
Project Manager
Coco Paving Inc.
Tel: 613-223-0026

East Rural 1 Resurfacing - Gregoire Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Gregoire Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve milling / pulverizing of the existing surface, resurfacing of the roadway, and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start late May 2022 and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Gregoire Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Gregoire Road from Marvelville Road to Victoria Street.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Coco Paving Inc, to resurface Gregoire Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Rick Seguin
Project Manager
Coco Paving Inc.
Tel: 613-223-0026

Culvert replacements - Piperville Road (May 2022)

The City of Ottawa’s stormwater infrastructure benefits all areas of the city – urban, suburban and rural. During major rainfalls and snow melts, ditches and culverts play major roles in diverting the runoff from fields, properties and roadways to creeks, streams and rivers. In 2022, there will be approximately $18 million to support the renewal of drainage culverts crossing city roads across the city, with $10.2 million for renewing or replacing culverts in rural areas.

This notice is to advise that construction in your neighborhood will be undertaken in summer of 2022. This work is being conducted to complete the replacement of one (1) bridge culvert and one (1) small culvert to help improve your roadways and maintain surface drainage in your community.

What: The culverts will be replaced using open-cut construction.

Why: The culverts have reached end of life and are in very poor condition. As a result, replacement is required.

When: The culverts will be replaced between approximately August 8 and August 21, 2022.

Where: The culverts are located on Piperville Road (SN227990) – 1.45 km east of Anderson Road and Piperville Road (L222770) – 1.5 km east of Anderson Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Goldie Mohr Ltd., to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic impacts

To safely complete this work, a two (2) week road closure is required. A signed detour route will be provided.

The affected roads will have information and construction signs installed and maintained throughout the construction sites for the duration of the replacements to keep you informed of the changing conditions. Significant effort is being made to reduce the duration of the construction impacts in your community. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the construction work, such as delays and traffic detours, parking restrictions, noise and dust. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the City On-Site Inspector.

City Project Manager
Carolyn Newcombe, P.Eng.
City of Ottawa
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28230

City On-Site Inspector
Mark Wheaton
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa, ON
Tel: 613-769-2379

Contractor Project Manager
Glen Buch
Goldie Mohr Ltd.
3862 Moodie Drive Nepean, ON
Tel: 613-223-1082

Contract Administrator
Joshua Georg, P.Eng.
McIntosh Perry
115 Walgreen Rd, RR3, Carp ON
Tel: 613-903-4992

Bridge culvert replacement - Fallowfield Road (May 2022)

The City of Ottawa’s stormwater infrastructure benefits all areas of the city – urban, suburban and rural. During major rainfalls and snow melts, ditches and culverts play major roles in diverting the runoff from fields, properties and roadways to creeks, streams and rivers. In 2022, there will be approximately $18 million to support the renewal of drainage culverts crossing city roads across the city, with $10.2 million for renewing or replacing culverts in rural areas.

This notice is to advise that construction in your neighborhood will be undertaken in summer of 2022. This work is being conducted to complete the replacement of one (1) bridge culvert to help improve your roadways and maintain surface drainage in your community.

What: The culvert will be replaced using open-cut construction.

Why: The culvert has reached end of life and is in very poor condition. As a result, replacement is required.

When: The culvert will be replaced approximately between July 25 and August 8, 2022.

Where: The culvert is located on Fallowfield Road (SN757410) – 1.90 km east of Munster Side Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Goldie Mohr Ltd., to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic impacts

To safely complete this work, a two (2) week road closure is required. A signed detour route will be provided.

The affected roads will have information and construction signs installed and maintained throughout the construction sites for the duration of the replacements to keep you informed of the changing conditions. Significant effort is being made to reduce the duration of the construction impacts in your community. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the construction work, such as delays and traffic detours, parking restrictions, noise and dust. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the City On-Site Inspector.

City Project Manager
Carolyn Newcombe, P.Eng.
City of Ottawa
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28230

City On-Site Inspector
Mark Wheaton
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa, ON
Tel: 613-769-2379

Contractor Project Manager
Glen Buch
Goldie Mohr Ltd.
3862 Moodie Drive Nepean, ON
Tel: 613-223-1082

Contract Administrator
Joshua Georg, P.Eng.
McIntosh Perry
115 Walgreen Rd, RR3, Carp ON
Tel: 613-903-4992

Central Urban 2 resurfacing - Hunt Club Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Hunt Club Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, milling of the existing surface, iron adjustments, and resurfacing of the roadway. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated by July 2022. Work will take place overnight between the hours of 7 pm and 7 am as required. Hunt Club Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Hunt Club Road (westbound lanes only) from Airport Parkway to Paul Anka Drive.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd, to resurface Hunt Club Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited
Tel: 613-296-3526

Central Urban 2 resurfacing - Riverside Drive (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Riverside Drive to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, milling of the existing surface, iron adjustments, and resurfacing of the roadway. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in late May 2022 and completion is anticipated by August 2022. Work will take place overnight between the hours of 7 pm and 7 am as required. Riverside Drive will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Riverside Drive from Walkley Road to 267m north of Ridgewood Avenue.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd, to resurface Riverside Drive.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager:

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited
Tel: 613-296-3526

West Rural 1 Resurfacing - Madawaska Boulevard (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Madawaska Boulevard to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve pulverizing of the existing surface, granular a base placement, resurfacing of the roadway, granular shoulder reinstatement, and pavement marking reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in late May and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Madawaska Boulevard will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Madawaska Boulevard from 240 m north of Ottawa Road 29 to Connifer Lane.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Madawaska Boulevard.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact Information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

West Rural 1 Resurfacing - Old Carp Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Old Carp Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve milling of the existing surface, granular a base placement, installation of subdrain, resurfacing of the roadway, granular shoulder reinstatement, and pavement marking reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Old Carp Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Old Carp Road from Old Second Line Road to 120 m east of Old Second Line Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Old Carp Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact Information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

West Rural 1 Resurfacing - Allbirch Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Allbirch Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve pulverizing of the existing surface, granular a base placement, resurfacing of the roadway, granular shoulder reinstatement, and pavement marking reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in late May and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Allbirch Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Allbirch Road from Bishop Davis Drive to Shady Lane.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Allbirch Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

2022 East urban 2 asphaltic overlay – multiple locations

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will begin in May 2022 and will continue until late fall.

What: Work will involve milling or pulverizing of the existing surface, possible granular material placement, adjustment of maintenance holes and catch basin grates, concrete repairs, and roadway resurfacing.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When and where: The following roadways will be resurfaced during the day and evening and will involve minor lane interruptions. Weekend work is anticipated and traffic interruptions may also be experienced due to flagging operations. The roads will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected. Traffic control personnel will direct traffic through the site.

  • Conroy Road, from 110m south of Braddish Street to Hunt Club Road, work is expected to start on May 24, 2022.
  • Ryder Street from Featherston Drive to Walkley Road (OR 74), work is expected to start on May 24, 2022.
  • Featherston Drive from Ryder Street to Kilborn Avenue (east), work is expected to start on May 24, 2022.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Inc., to complete the work.

We encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. Damage may occur, should you choose not to relocate prior to our arrival.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

On-street parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Traffic management

To accommodate the proposed construction, various lane reductions, alternating traffic and/or detours can be expected. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will also be maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Philip Hulan, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation Projects
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel.: 613-804-3738

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd.
Tel.: 613-296-3526

Road resurfacing - Purdy Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Purdy Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve pulverizing of the existing surface, resurfacing of the roadway and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Purdy Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Purdy Road from Ashton Station Road to Dwyer Hill Road (OR 3).

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Purdy Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-580-2424 ext. 16153

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

2022 East urban 1 asphaltic overlay – multiple locations

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will begin in May 2022 and will continue until late fall.

What: Work will involve milling or pulverizing of the existing surface, possible granular material placement, adjustment of maintenance holes and catch basin grates, concrete repairs, and roadway resurfacing.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When and where: The following roadways will be resurfaced during the day and evening and will involve minor lane interruptions. Weekend work is anticipated and traffic interruptions may also be experienced due to flagging operations. The roads will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected. Traffic control personnel will direct traffic through the site.

  • Innes Road, from Blackburn Hamlet By-Pass to Orléans Boulevard, work is expected to start on May 16, 2022.
  • Terminal Avenue, from 650m west of Trainyards Drive to 459m west of Trainyards Drive, work is expected to start on May 16, 2022.
  • Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard, from Innes Road to Champneuf Drive, work is expected to start on May 20, 2022.
  • Belfast Road, from 120m east of Trainyards Drive to 250m west of St. Laurent Boulevard, work is expected to start on May 24, 2022.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Coco Paving Inc., to complete the work.

We encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. Damage may occur, should you choose not to relocate prior to our arrival.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

On-street parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Traffic management

To accommodate the proposed construction, various lane reductions, alternating traffic and/or detours can be expected. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will also be maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Philip Hulan, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel: 613-804-3738

Contractor Representative
Rick Seguin
Project Manager
Coco Paving Inc.
Tel: 613-223-0026

West Rural 1 Resurfacing - Huntmar Drive (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Huntmar Drive to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, pulverizing of the existing surface, milling of the existing surface granular base placement, resurfacing of the roadway, granular shoulder reinstatement, and pavement marking reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Huntmar Drive will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Huntmar Drive from 350m north of Campeau Drive to 2.7 km north of Richardson Side Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Huntmar Drive

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816

River Road and Leitrim Road intersection modifications (May 2022)

The City of Ottawa is proceeding with modifications to the intersection of River Road and Leitrim Road.

What: The City of Ottawa will be constructing new auxiliary turn lanes and will be installing new traffic control signals at this intersection.

Why: The intersection of River Road and Leitrim Road has met the warrants for the installation of new traffic control devices.

When: Construction is schedule to start on May 16, 2022 and should be completed by the end of September 2022.

Where: At the intersection of River and Leitrim Roads.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained Ottawa D Squared Construction Limited to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic impacts

To accommodate the proposed construction, various lane shifts will be implemented on the roadways. Traffic is allowed to be controlled by flag persons during nonpeak hours. Access to private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians will be maintained.

Impact on the right of way

The reconstruction work is primarily within the City’s right of way but it may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction.

Property damage caused by construction activities

As part of this Contract, Ottawa D Squared Construction Limited is assuming full responsibility for the construction work until it is entirely complete, as well as any damages to private property resulting from these construction activities. In the event of such occurrences, all claims for damages should be immediately reported both verbally and in writing to the Contractor and to the City’s on-site Representative. This will ensure prompt notification of appropriate authorities to complete the claim investigations.

Pre-construction survey

Ottawa D Squared Construction Limited is also required by the City to carry liability insurance before any work may proceed. You may be asked by the contractor’s insurance agent for permission to survey your property before the work commences, as contractors typically conduct pre-construction inspections to document existing conditions for their own purposes. It is to your benefit to allow the inspection to be conducted on your property, as it may assist with establishing the impact, if any, that construction has had at your property after work is complete. In addition, you may wish to complete your own survey of pre-construction conditions on your property. Your survey should include photographs.

Noise

You may notice noise during the execution of this project. Whenever possible noise generating operations will be undertaken during normal weekday work hours, 7 am to 10 pm. The City of Ottawa Noise By-law (2017-255) allows construction activity to occur weekdays between 7 am and 10 pm. On Saturdays, work is permitted between 7 am and 10 pm, while Sundays, statutory and public holidays work is permitted between 9 am and 10 pm.

Construction disruptions

Ottawa D Squared Construction Limited will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the construction work, such as delays, traffic detours, and parking restrictions. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the Contractor Representative.

City Project Manager
Joe Mojsej, P. Eng.
Infrastructure Services
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa ON K2G 6J8
Tel.: 613-580-2424, ext. 16203

On-Site Construction Inspector
John France
Construction Technician
IBI Group
Cell: 613-277-5578

Contractor Representative
Danny Marin III
Ottawa D Squared Construction Limited
6811 Hiram Drive, Ottawa ON K4P 1A2
Tel.: 613-822-1042, ext. 109

Central Urban 3 - resurfacing (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s Road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will begin in May 2022 and will continue until late fall. At some time during the construction season, a roadway will be resurfaced in your neighbourhood.

What: Work will involve concrete works, milling/pulverizing of the existing surface, iron adjustments granular road base upgrade, granular shouldering, ditching, and roadway resurfacing. Increased noise levels to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated by fall 2022.

The road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected. Traffic control personnel will direct traffic through the site.

Where: Work will occur at various locations across the city.

The following roadways will be resurfaced during daytime working hours and will involve minor lane interruptions:

  • Amberwood Crescent from Prince of Wales Drive to Merivale Road
  • Cambrian Road from 75m east of Borrisokane Road to 430m east of Borrisokane Road
  • Cedarview Road from 260m south of Cobble Hill Drive to Fallowfield Road
  • Craig Henry Drive from Aldridge Way to Knoxdale Road
  • Greenbank Road from Malvern Drive to 190m north of Fallowfield Road
  • MacFarlane Road from 120m east of Merivale Road to Deakin Street
  • Majestic Drive from Newhaven Street to Sherry Lane (west)
  • Stoneway Drive from Windhurst Drive to Rideaucrest Drive
  • Tartan Drive from Harthill Way to Reuter Street (east leg)

Weekend work is anticipated for all locations. Traffic interruptions may also be experienced due to flagging operations.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the contractor, R.W. Tomlinson, to complete the work.

We encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. Damage may occur, should you choose not to relocate prior to our arrival.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

On-street parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Traffic management

To accommodate the proposed construction, various lane reductions, alternating traffic and/or detours can be expected. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Tony Pezoulas, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel.: 613-293-7729

City Project Coordinator
Claudio Barbuto, C. Tech.
Project Coordinator, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel.: 613-875-7978

Contractor Representative
Yves Bisson
Project Manager
R.W. Tomlinson
Tel.: 613-913-9104

Renewal of Shopping Centre Road (May 2022)

In early May, the City will begin construction in your neighbourhood. This work is being done to improve infrastructure and will involve renewal of the Shopping Centre Road overpass over St. Laurent Boulevard.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be proceeding with construction due to the age and condition of existing bridge structure.

What: The work will involve the renewal of the bridge structure including the replacement of asphalt, waterproofing, parapet walls, removal of expansion joints and construction of concrete jackets around west pier columns.

When: Work is expected to begin at the start of May. Completion is anticipated by the end of December 2022.

Where: Shopping Centre Road O/P St. Laurent Boulevard (SN056020) is located on the access ramp to the St. Laurent Shopping Centre just north of Highway 417. It spans over St. Laurent Boulevard and an access ramp to Hwy 417 westbound and the St. Laurent BRT Station.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Clearwater Structures Inc., to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. Provisions to accommodate pedestrians during construction are an integral part of the project. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic management

Majority of the construction work will be done in 2-stages. During construction, one lane Eastbound going to the St. Laurent Mall will be operational at all times.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but, as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the work, such as traffic delays, noise and dust. You may feel vibrations at your home or business due to the use of heavy equipment needed to complete this work. This is quite common and typically not an issue for existing structures. The Contractor will monitor vibrations during these operations. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation.

The Contractor is fully responsible for any damage to private property as a result of their construction activities. If you think that damage has occurred to your property as a result of construction, please contact the General Contractor directly. The contractor is required by the City to carry liability insurance before any work may proceed.

For daytime construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the Contractor Representative or the Contract Administrator.

City Project Manager
Vipin Bansal, MBA, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Services
Design and Construction - Municipal
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 21276

Contractor Representative
Mike Hobbs
Project Manager
Clearwater Structures Inc.
Tel: 905-550-7919

Contract Administrator
William (Bill) Harvey
Dillon Consulting Inc.
Tel: 613-453-8759

2022 East Urban 2 Asphaltic Overlay (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will begin in May 2022 and will continue until the late fall. At some time during the construction season, a roadway will be resurfaced in your neighbourhood.

What: Work will involve milling or pulverizing of the existing surface, possible granular material placement, adjustment of maintenance holes and catch basin grates, concrete repairs, and roadway resurfacing.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated by fall 2022.

The road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected. Traffic control personnel will direct traffic through the site.

Where: Work will occur at various locations across the city.

The following roadways will be resurfaced during the day and evening and will involve minor lane interruptions:

  • Athans Avenue from Bank Street to East Dead End
  • Beckenham Lane from Montreal Road (OR 34) to Davidson Drive
  • Conroy Road from 110 m south of Braddish Street to Hunt Club Road
  • Crichton Street from Dufferin Road to Beechwood Avenue
  • Crichton Street from Charles Street to Keefer Street
  • Collins Avenue from Bank Street (OR 31) to Grasmere Crescent
  • Davidson Drive from 15 m east of Amberly Place to Beckenham Lane
  • Featherston Drive from Ryder Street to Kilborn Avenue (East)
  • Kindle Court from Rebecca Crescent to Briarcliffe Drive
  • Ogilvie Road from Montreal Road to North End
  • Rolland Avenue from Alta Vista Drive (OR 103) to Neighbourhood Way
  • Ryder Street from Featherston Drive to Walkley Road (OR 74)
  • Ronald Avenue from Billings Avenue to Crestview Road
  • Springfield Road from Beechwood Avenue (OR 44) to Maple Lane

Weekend work is anticipated for all locations. Traffic interruptions may also be experienced due to flagging operations.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Inc., to complete the work.

We encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. Damage may occur, should you choose not to relocate prior to our arrival.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

On-street parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Traffic management

To accommodate the proposed construction, various lane reductions, alternating traffic and/or detours can be expected. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period. Access for pedestrians and cyclists will also be maintained.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1. For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Philip Hulan, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation Projects
Design and Construction – Municipal
Tel.: 613-580-2424, ext 15267

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Inc.
Tel.: 613-296-3526

Innes Road concrete bulb outs (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Innes Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve the construction of three (3) new concrete bulb outs in the eastbound most southerly lanes. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa is implementing these features to provide localized protection to cyclists and pedestrians.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated mid-summer 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 3 pm and 7 pm and 10 pm as required. Innes Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Innes Road from 417 bridge to Stonehenge Crescent.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the contractor, R.W. Tomlinson Limited, to complete the work.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the undersigned. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel.: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Yves Bisson
Project Manager
R.W. Tomlinson Limited
Tel.: 613-822-1868

Teron Road - Construction update (May 2022)

This notice is to advise that construction in your neighbourhood will be resuming in early May 2022. This work is being conducted to complete the rehabilitation of the sidewalk, roadway and landscaping along Teron Road between Chisholm Court and Bethune Way.

What: Work will involve landscaping, road and sidewalk reinstatement and surface paving.

Why: The work involves reinstatements following the renewal of a large diameter culvert conveying Beaverbrook Creek across Teron Road.

When: Final paving and landscaping work is scheduled to be carried out between May and July 2022.

Where: Teron Road (between Chisholm Court and Bethune Way).

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the contractor, In-Depth Contracting, to complete the work.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Traffic impacts

Teron Road will be fully open with narrowed lanes to accommodate the construction. Access to local businesses and private properties will be maintained throughout the construction period, and access for pedestrians and cyclists will be maintained.

Parking

As the various construction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Adjacent private properties

The construction may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction.

Property damage caused by construction activities

As part of this Contract, the Contractor is assuming full responsibility for the construction work until it is entirely complete, as well as any damages to private property resulting from these construction activities. In the event of such occurrences, all claims for damages should be immediately reported both verbally and in writing to the Contractor and to the City’s on-site Representative. This will ensure prompt notification of appropriate authorities to complete the claim investigations.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the construction work, such as delays and traffic detours, parking restrictions, noise and dust. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For general project information, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
For construction related questions or concerns, please contact the Contractor Representative.

City Project Manager
Roxanne Tubb, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Projects
100 Constellation Drive, Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8
Tel.: 613-580-2424, ext. 16741

City On-Site Inspector
Jordan Pennell
Site Inspector
101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa, ON K2G 5K7
Tel.: 613-864-1885

Contractor Representative
Luigi Di Nuzzo
Project Manager
In-Depth Contracting
Tel.: 613-668-0755

City Contract Administrator
Karen Forbes
Contract Administrator
McIntosh Perry
Tel.: 613-223-4509

Road resurfacing - Richmond Road (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading urban roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Richmond Road to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, milling of the existing surface, iron adjustments, resurfacing of the roadway, and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated by June 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Richmond Road will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Richmond Road from Broadview Avenue to Rowanwood Avenue.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited, to resurface Richmond Road.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Jon Ritchie
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services Dept.
Tel: 613-580-2424 ext. 21622

Contractor Representative
Ryan Quesnel
Project Manager
Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited
Tel: 613-296-3526

Road resurfacing - Donald B. Munro Drive (May 2022)

In 2022, there is approximately $88 million for roadway renewal and upgrading rural roads. The City’s road resurfacing program rehabilitates and improves the driving surfaces of Ottawa’s roadways. Localized repairs to both curbs and sidewalks, along with accessibility improvements and updates, are also part of the program. For more information about road renewal, please visit the construction map.

As part of the City of Ottawa’s annual infrastructure maintenance cycle, road resurfacing will occur along Donald B. Munro Drive to improve this roadway and the overall citywide transportation network.

What: Work will involve select concrete repairs, milling of the existing surface, iron adjustments, resurfacing of the roadway, installation of select paved shoulders, and granular shoulder reinstatement. Increased noise levels and vibrations to be expected in order to facilitate the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa will be resurfacing roads as preventative maintenance aimed at extending the City's roadway network lifecycle.

When: This work is expected to start in May 2022 and completion is anticipated by fall 2022. Work will take place between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm as required. Donald B. Munro Drive will remain open to traffic with lane closures expected.

Where: Work will occur along Donald B. Munro Drive from Thomas Argue Road to March Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa has retained the Contractor, Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited, to resurface Donald B. Munro Drive.

If you own a subsurface lawn irrigation system, we encourage residents to contact the undersigned to identify and confirm that private irrigations systems have been disconnected or relocated. 

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the project team listed below. Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

Impact on the right of way and adjacent private properties

The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may want to move the plants in preparation for the construction work.

Parking

As the various road reconstruction activities are in progress on your street, on-street parking will be restricted. In the event that access to your driveway is restricted due to construction activities, a Temporary On-Street Parking Permit (orange form) will be distributed to permit on-street parking within two blocks of your residence.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the normal life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during construction. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).

Contact information

For any emergency outside normal working hours on weekdays and weekends, please call the City at 3-1-1.
For further information about this project, please contact the City’s Project Manager.

City Project Manager
Guy Lavallee, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Road Rehabilitation
Infrastructure and Water Services
Tel: 613-291-9249

Contractor Representative
Greg Wisener
Project Manager
Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited
Tel: 613-839-2816