For more information and to be included on a mailing list for all things Stonebridge, residents can email the city. email@example.com
Working groups will be established going forward. They will meet in February, at a date yet to be determined.
While we cannot guarantee 2019 funding; we are pleased to add complete applications (with no missing information) to a waiting list should we be successful in receiving funding for a second year of this program, or if previously allocated funding becomes available.
The City of Ottawa has initiated the Earl Armstrong Road Extension Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to establish the future right-of-way requirements and protect the corridor from encroaching development. The findings of the study will also inform and guide the ongoing planning and development of adjacent lands.
The first public open house (POH) for this EA study is to provide study information, engage in discussion and receive feedback from the public on the following:
To provide enhanced accessibility for residents wishing to convey their sympathies following the Westboro Station bus collision, an online version of the Book of Condolences is available online (click picture above)
The paper copy of the Book of Condolences will be available at Ottawa City Hall (Jean Pigott Place) starting at noon Monday.
Run down of all the details relating to the Community Plan update (text)
Touted as easier to read and understand. Billing amount on the front, details on usage and how it's calculated on the reverse side.
Residents are asked to choose a language, english or french.
Water bill account number assigned to a property. Residents will now have their own Ottawa water account registration number that will follow them if they move
Should you bother to report a minor incident to Police? Deputy Chief Steve Bell explains why this is so important https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Online-Reporting.asp
Congratulations to the Gloucester Historical Society celebrating 40 years of existence in its current form. Check them out www.gloucesterhistory.com