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SEPTEMBER 22: Dr. Etches update to City Council

SEPTEMBER 22: Dr. Etches update to City Council

La version française suit Here's an update from Dr. Vera Etches that was shared with City Council on Tuesday. Dear Mayor and Members of Council, In the absence of a formal Ottawa Public Health (OPH) COVID-19 verbal briefing to Council this week, I am pleased to...

NOTEBOOK: Building Ottawa’s COVID-19 testing capacity

NOTEBOOK: Building Ottawa’s COVID-19 testing capacity

(PHOTO: Paramedics helped run a pop-up COVID-19 testing clinic at Canadian Tire Centre last weekend /  En fin de semaine dernière, des agents paramédicaux ont aidé à organiser une clinique temporaire de dépistage de la COVID-19 au Centre Canadian Tire.) La version...

Enforcement of on-street parking limits resumes on September 21

Enforcement of on-street parking limits resumes on September 21

La version française suit Starting Monday, September 21, the City will resume the enforcement of parking in excess of time limits in all areas of the city, including those that are not marked with signs. Parking limits in unsigned areas are three hours, Monday to...

Trans Canada Trail temporarily closed next week, west of West Ridge

Trans Canada Trail temporarily closed next week, west of West Ridge

La version française suit Maintenance is planned next Monday for a small section of the Hazeldean Road Municipal Drain, from West Ridge Drive. Part of the Trans Canada Trail immediately west of West Ridge Drive will be closed during this period. The work is expected...

SEPTEMBER 14: Public meeting for 1981 Maple Grove

SEPTEMBER 14: Public meeting for 1981 Maple Grove

Here's a video of the public meeting held on September 14. https://youtu.be/WfJGT8RRtaE   August 22, 2020 La version française suit The City of Ottawa will hold a Public Meeting on Monday, September 14, 2020 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm through Zoom (video conferencing)...

NOTEBOOK: Update on the City’s efforts to protect Shea Woods

NOTEBOOK: Update on the City’s efforts to protect Shea Woods

La version française suit Thanks to residents who have alerted us about survey markers that have in the Shea Woods area. The markers are for the future Cope Road corridor, running east-west between Robert Grant and Shea, north of Fernbank.  It will pass just south of...

SEPTEMBER 11: Special statement from Dr. Vera Etches

SEPTEMBER 11: Special statement from Dr. Vera Etches

La version française suit It’s hard to believe it’s been six months since we announced the first individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in Ottawa. The fear about contracting the virus when going out has been countered with evidence that if we practice physical...

VIDEO: New traffic calming coming to Rosehill

VIDEO: New traffic calming coming to Rosehill

New concrete planters will be installed on Rosehill between Santolina and Warmstone to help slow down traffic. The planters will be installed the week of September 14. Click here to share your feedback... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB8eWMOCTR8

SEPTEMBER 4: Special statement from Dr. Vera Etches

SEPTEMBER 4: Special statement from Dr. Vera Etches

La version française suit This week Ottawa surpassed 3,000 lab-confirmed positive tests of COVID-19. More young people are testing positive for COVID-19, however, we continue to see positive results in all age groups and across the city. Recently, Ottawa experienced a...

Good morning! We published our weekly #Stittsville email today with updates this week about COVID-19, school safety, Black Lives Matter, parking enforcement, and more. You can read it here: https://mailchi.mp/ottawa/sept24

Maintenance is planned next week for a section of the Hazeldean Road Municipal Drain, from West Ridge Drive. Part of the Trans Canada Trail immediately west of West Ridge Drive will be closed during this period. #Stittsville

Info:
https://www.glengower.ca/information/trans-canada-trail-temporarily-closed-next-week-west-of-west-ridge/

And that’s a wrap! 2,750 COVID tests in one weekend. Big thanks to our paramedic partners from @renctyparamedic @lgparamedics @hqpsparamedics @lanarkmedic @fpsparamedics @csdgmedics @cupr_ucpr @durhamparamedic @cklparamedics @ottawaparamedic @ottawamedvents & Lennox Addington.

My thanks to @ottawacity traffic crews and @OttawaPolice for their great work in managing traffic flows for those coming to the @QCHOttawa drive-thru COVID testing area at the Canadian Tire Centre this weekend. Approx. 2750 tests in 14 hours. Really remarkable stuff.

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