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City working to support vulnerable residents

City working to support vulnerable residents

La version française suit The City is actively working with its partners to identify the needs of the community during the COVID-19 outbreak and to support this vulnerable population. The City recognizes the difficult circumstances our residents are facing and we are...

Property Tax Hardship Deferral Program

Property Tax Hardship Deferral Program

Memo to City Council from the Deputy City Treasurer, Revenue. La version française suit The purpose of this memo is to inform Mayor and Council of several measures Revenue Services is implementing to assist residents and small businesses as the COVID-19 situation...

Important information about volunteering

Important information about volunteering

Memo from the City of Ottawa / La version française suit If you are looking to support your community during this critical time, you can help by checking in with neighbours and friends who may be vulnerable, overwhelmed, lonely or in need of help. Please be mindful of...

MARCH 17: Changes to City services to help prevent spread of COVID-19

MARCH 17: Changes to City services to help prevent spread of COVID-19

Press release via City of Ottawa / La version française suit In response to the Government of Ontario’s emergency declaration, and to help protect the public from COVID-19, the City of Ottawa is making changes to in-person services as of Tuesday, March 17. Emergency...

UPDATE: Revised submission for 5924 and 5938 Hazeldean Road

UPDATE: Revised submission for 5924 and 5938 Hazeldean Road

The City has received a resubmission of the site plan and zoning application for 5924 and 5938 Hazeldean Road. The applicant wants to build townhomes at the corner of Hazeldean and Victor Street. Plans, studies, and reports from the resubmission are available here......

COVID-19 UPDATE – MARCH 15: Stay home, stay safe

COVID-19 UPDATE – MARCH 15: Stay home, stay safe

There are now 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. Ottawa Public Health believes that there could be hundreds of undiagnosed cases in the community now, so they are asking all people in Ottawa to increase social distancing. This means limiting all non-essential...

Neighbours helping neighbours during the COVID-19 situation

Neighbours helping neighbours during the COVID-19 situation

La version française suit Thanks to Anne M. for letting us know about a new Facebook group called Stittsville Volunteering.  There are many kind neighbours offering help to people who may need assistance with errands over the next few weeks. What a great initiative --...

Bylaw Officers are now able to enforce the provincial orders on gatherings and non-compliment businesses.

Bylaw will be taking an escalating approach with an initial goal of education, they may issue fines if non-compliance continues.

You may report issues by calling 3-1-1.

Three consecutive Armed robbery in West end, suspect to identify -- considered armed and dangerous.

Please do not approach him, call 911.
https://bit.ly/33WL5gx

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Here's Councillor Glen's daily video for Monday, March 30:

- Supporting the Stittsville Food Bank
- Physical distancing & what you can do to share the message
- Watch for details this week about our virtual workshop on revitalizing Stittsville Main

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHmg4yyub-w

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