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We want your input on the 2022 City budget

We want your input on the 2022 City budget

What service and infrastructure improvements do you want to see in Stittsville and the west end? Now is your opportunity to have your say as the city develops the 2022 City Budget. On October 25 at 6:30pm, I'm joining my City Council colleagues Theresa Kavanagh (Bay...

Councillor Glen’s Weekly Update / October 16, 2021

Councillor Glen’s Weekly Update / October 16, 2021

This week's video comes from Pioneer Plains Park in Jackson Trails. In this week's update: COVID-19 - Letter for parents from Dr. Etches 37 Wildpine development Paul Desmarais petition Fall tree planting A reminder for dog owners re: school property & picking up...

Letter to Parents from Dr. Etches/Lettre aux parents de Dre Etches

Letter to Parents from Dr. Etches/Lettre aux parents de Dre Etches

Dr. Vera Etches has written an open letter to parents of school aged children in Ottawa regarding the current COVID-19 situation and local schools. This letter is also being shared with school boards to ensure wide distribution to parents. La Dre Vera Etches a écrit...

Fall 2021 tree planting update

Fall 2021 tree planting update

(Photo: Maple grove at Putney Park) Starting in October and continuing til the end of November, the City's Forestry Services team will be planting new trees in parks, at City facilities, and at homes in our community. Over 300 trees are being planted this fall in...

Development application: 37 Wildpine Court

Development application: 37 Wildpine Court

The City of Ottawa has received Zoning By-law Amendment, Plan of Subdivision and Plan of Condominium applications for the property at 37 Wildpine Court. The proposal is to build 27 two-storey townhomes and two semi-detached homes. The plan also involves a new public...

NOTEBOOK: Asking the Auditor General to investigate LRT issues

NOTEBOOK: Asking the Auditor General to investigate LRT issues

Today at City Council, colleagues supported my motion to ask the Auditor General (AG) to open an investigation into the ongoing issues plaguing the LRT. (You can read a copy of the motion here.) The Auditor General, Nathalie Gougeon, is ideal for this task: She is an...

Next online Councillor Chat October 26

Next online Councillor Chat October 26

Join Councillor Glen on October 26 for his next Councillor Chat. He’ll take your questions live from 7 pm to 8 pm about any topic relating to Stittsville. Participate via the Zoom link below or stream the chat live on Facebook....

LRT legal and safety updates

LRT legal and safety updates

LRT / Rideau Transit Group - Notice of Default City Council is continuing to take action against Rideau Transit Group to get the LRT system back up and running, and to ensure safety and reliability for transit riders. Unfortunately I'm limited to what I can share due...

UPDATE: The latest timelines for Bell utility work in Stittsville

UPDATE: The latest timelines for Bell utility work in Stittsville

Bell has several projects underway in Stittsville to install fiber optic cable. We'll keep this page up-to-date with information about the latest timelines and activities in each neighbourhood. If you have questions or concerns about the work, your first point of...

.#ToastyToes2021 raises funds for much needed socks for local agencies & shelters.

Want to warm hearts & keep toes toasty this winter:
🧦Contact ToastyToesOttawa@gmail.com
🧦Donate https://www.ocf-fco.ca/funds/toastytoes-ottawa-fund/
🧦Spread the word on social media

Thanks to Pascal from @BikeOttawa and Jessica and Wyatt from @SROttawa for helping out at today’s bike safety giveaway in #Stittsville! We handed out dozens and dozens of lights, bells and reflectors. Thanks to everyone who came out from the community! 👍🚲

Councillor Glen's weekly #Stittsville update:

https://youtu.be/I0F4DcW59ug

- COVID-19 - Letter for parents from Dr. Etches
- 37 Wildpine development
- Fall tree planting
- Reminder for dog owners
- Official Plan deliberations
- LRT - investigations & transparency
- Upcoming events

Highway 417 will have intermittent overnight lane closures on the shoulder lanes in both directions between Eagleson Road/March Road and Terry Fox Drive on weeknights from October 15 until mid November, for rehabilitation work on the Marianne Wilkinson Pedestrian Bridge. 1/

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