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A reminder about Ottawa’s rules for dogs in parks

A reminder about Ottawa’s rules for dogs in parks

(Information via Ottawa By-law / le français suit) In the City of Ottawa, dogs must be on-leash and under control at all times, unless they are on private property or in a designated off-leash area. Parks can provide a pleasant and safe environment in which to...

OCTOBER 30: Let’s talk about the 2020 City budget

OCTOBER 30: Let’s talk about the 2020 City budget

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-WZSXbpf1Q   Over the next few months, City Councillors will be working with city staff to set Ottawa's 2020 budget. The City of Ottawa provides more than 100 services to residents in a wide variety of areas. To pay for these...

How to prevent and manage conflict with coyotes in urban areas

How to prevent and manage conflict with coyotes in urban areas

(Photo credit: Becky Matsubara. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.) We've been fielding a few inquiries from residents about coyote sightings in Stittsville. Is there cause for concern? We put the question to Nick Stow,...

NOTEBOOK: What OC Transpo is doing to improve LRT

NOTEBOOK: What OC Transpo is doing to improve LRT

Le français suit As many of you know, I regularly take transit between Stittsville and City Hall downtown. I’ve been taking the train each day this week and spending time at Tunney's station to observe the train-bus transfer point.  It's been a very rough ride so far....

Read and respond to the City’s Rental Accommodations Study

Read and respond to the City’s Rental Accommodations Study

We've heard from several residents in Stittsville with concerns about short-term rentals including Airbnb's and we certainly have some problem properties in our ward. The Citizen published a good summary of a recent study and recommendations on what the City can do to...

OCT 19: Stittsville celebrates the 10th anniversary of 9runrun

OCT 19: Stittsville celebrates the 10th anniversary of 9runrun

le français suit This year’s 9runrun event will be held on Saturday, October 19 in Stittsville. The fundraising race brings together runners, walkers, volunteers and spectators, through its partnership with the Ottawa Police, Paramedics and Fire Departments. Now in...

OCT 24: Official Plan workshop in Stittsville

OCT 24: Official Plan workshop in Stittsville

le français suit “The City should stop development until they build more roads and better transit.” “I want a grocery store close enough to home that I can walk to.” “We need to stop bulldozing so many trees and farms just to build more homes” “Why do we need so many...

Help shape Ottawa’s new Women & Gender Equity Strategy

Help shape Ottawa’s new Women & Gender Equity Strategy

(Information via the City of Ottawa / le français suit) The City is seeking input from residents to shape the new Women & Gender Equity Strategy. Feedback was collected from members of the public through a series of consultation meetings held in late August and...

Fall tree planting begins October 2

Fall tree planting begins October 2

(Photo: Les arbres plantés le printemps dernier à l’École élémentaire catholique Saint-Jean-Paul II) (Le français suit) The City of Ottawa's Forestry department's fall planting program is scheduled to begin October 2 and will run, weather permitting, until the end of...

Heads up #Stittsville: Neil Ave has been closed from McCooeye Ln to Stittsville Main St due to construction-related issues. The closure is expected to last until tomorrow (Oct 18th). Detour signs are posted in the area.

Saviez-vous que notre QG a été conçu pour résister aux #TremblementsDeTerre? Notre mascotte Code a suivi les recommendations qui peuvent sauver votre vie. Baissez-vous, abritez-vous et agrippez-vous sont les recommendations à suivre lors d’un tremblement de terre. #GrandeSecousse

DYK that our headquarters was designed to resist #earthquakes? Regardless, our mascot Code followed the proper steps to protect yourself during an earthquake! Drop, cover and hold-on can save your life! #ShakeOut

Congrats are in order for Chloe, Liam, and Alyssa, who received the Children’s 9-1-1 Award this morning! These young Ottawa residents were recognized for their effective use of the service in a crisis situation!
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Merci aux jeunes qui se sont débrouillés lors d’une urgence!

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