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NOVEMBER 13: Dr. Etches COVID-19 update to City Council

NOVEMBER 13: Dr. Etches COVID-19 update to City Council

La version française suit  Dear Mayor Watson and Members of Council, Over the last several weeks, we have seen a decrease in the number of people testing positive for COVID-19. However, caution is needed in interpreting this trend. While the number of new...

Share your feedback on the proposed design for Maize Park

Share your feedback on the proposed design for Maize Park

The City is looking for your feedback on a new park in Stittsville.  Maize Park will be at the intersection of Maize Street and Holstein Road, east of Maple Grove Road in a new subdivision being built by Richcraft.  You can download a PDF file of the concept plan and...

NOTEBOOK: A first look at the City’s budget for 2021

NOTEBOOK: A first look at the City’s budget for 2021

La version française suit For the 2021 City budget, we'll need to strike a very delicate balance: keep costs under control,  support rapidly evolving community needs, deliver essential municipal services, and build a foundation to help Ottawa recover once the pandemic...

Fall 2020 tree planting update

Fall 2020 tree planting update

La version française suit Since September, City staff have been planting trees on private and public property around Stittsville. Several dozen homeowners have new front yard trees thanks to the City's Trees in Trust program, with species including Red Maple,...

UPDATE: Thanks for your feedback on the 2021 budget!

UPDATE: Thanks for your feedback on the 2021 budget!

La version française suit Last week, I co-hosted a virtual 2021 Budget Q&A with city staff and west end Council colleagues Jenna Sudds and Allan Hubley. Thanks to everyone from Stittsville who joined us and asked a question or shared your concerns. If you missed...

Revitalizing Stittsville Main Street: What we heard

Revitalizing Stittsville Main Street: What we heard

UPDATE: Here's a video of our webinar from November 17 https://youtu.be/lK-udaVftYI La version française suit In January we published a discussion paper outlining current challenges and ideas for the revitalization of Stittsville Main Street. Our goal was to engage...

New zoning proposed for 54 Springbrook Drive

New zoning proposed for 54 Springbrook Drive

UPDATE: Here's the video of the public information meeting held on Thursday, October 29: https://youtu.be/b1cNAZEasNU September 25, 2020 La version française suit UPDATE: We're hosting an information meeting about this proposal on Thursday, October 29 from...

OCTOBER 27: Dr. Etches update to City Council

OCTOBER 27: Dr. Etches update to City Council

La version française suit Dear Mayor and Members of Council, When I last presented at City Council, I brought your attention to the alarming COVID-19 situation in our city. As you know, on October 10th, the Province moved Ottawa to modified Stage 2 restrictions for 28...

Tom my Bernese mountain dog has gone missing - I bring him to my CareerJoy office on 1445 Main Street Stittsville & today he wandered off. He is a lovely sweet friendly boy - looking for help in finding him - Alan Kearns 613 291 5550

Seasonal winter parking restrictions went into effect today. Check the signs in your neighbourhood and make sure you know the rules. These restrictions help give City crews better access for snow clearing, improving safety and convenience for all road users.

Consider the new Carp River Conservation Area as a gateway to nature; the restored river & wetlands are perfect examples how natural areas can co-exist in the suburbs, providing recreation and ecoservices for adjacent & downstream communities.
Pic: Aecon http://mvc.on.ca/conservation-areas/carp-river/

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