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Ottawa Public Health: Real people who really care

Ottawa Public Health: Real people who really care

When public health is working, it is often invisible, which is why a team of OPH staff have been working for months to develop this special video project. The video follows two team members who give viewers a short glimpse into the work we do each day from inspections...

Stay on top of overnight parking bans this winter season

Stay on top of overnight parking bans this winter season

(information via Ottawa By-law / le français suit) The City of Ottawa’s winter overnight parking regulations are in effect between November 15 and April 1st. Parking is not permitted on city streets between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. when 7 cm of snow or more is...

NOVEMBER 30: Councillor Chat / Causerie avec le conseiller

NOVEMBER 30: Councillor Chat / Causerie avec le conseiller

Please drop by and say hello at our next Councillor Chat on Saturday, November 30 from 10:30am-11:30am at CARDELREC-Goulbourn.  This is an informal drop-in where residents can meet the councillor, ask a question, share ideas, or just say hello! Venez faire un tour à...

UPDATE: Concept plan for the new Bradley Commons Park

UPDATE: Concept plan for the new Bradley Commons Park

A new park is coming to Bradley Commons, a community in development in the Fernbank area. The 3.4-hectare Community Park will be located at the intersection of Cranesbill Road and Backbend Terrace. Park amenities include a play structure, a splash pad, a puddle rink,...

Check your pipes if you live in a home built before 1955

Check your pipes if you live in a home built before 1955

(via City of Ottawa Drinking Water Services / le français suit) Living in a home built before 1955? If so, you may have a lead water service pipe connecting your home to the City’s water supply. Drinking water supplied by the City is lead-free. However, trace amounts...

Stittsville’s connection to the Juno Beach Memorial Bridge

Stittsville’s connection to the Juno Beach Memorial Bridge

(Photo credit: Councillor Glen Gower with Amanda Purdy and her family in front of the newly-renamed Juno Beach Memorial Bridge. All photos via City of Ottawa.) On Friday, November 8, I attended a ceremony to rename the Airport Parkway pedestrian bridge the "Juno Beach...

UPDATE: OC Transpo service issues; Transit Commission on Wednesday

UPDATE: OC Transpo service issues; Transit Commission on Wednesday

(Here's an update I shared on Facebook on Monday evening about OC Transpo service. Le français suit) I met again last week with OC Transpo to highlight issues that I am hearing about from Stittsville residents. For example, ongoing reliability (late buses) on...

Teams from @EnviroCentre & @MVCAuthority spent the morning at Cardelrec- Goulbourn, educating residents about rainwater management and the Poole Creek watershed. Simple changes can make a big difference!

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There’s a flu clinic scheduled in #Stittsville for Monday, November 18 from 3:30pm-7:30pm at Sacred Heart Catholic High School (5870 Abbott Street). For more information, visit: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/flu-clinics.aspx @ottawahealth

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