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27
Jun

368 Tweedsmuir Avenue - Site Plan Control Application

A Site Plan Control application to construct a three-storey, low-rise apartment building containing 16 dwelling units has been received by the City of Ottawa. The proposal includes bicycle storage in the rear yard and no vehicular parking.

22
Jun

Chief of police public engagement

The Police Services Board has launched a community engagement process to help inform the search for the next Chief of the Ottawa Police Service.

MEDIA RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  22 June 2022

Ottawa Police Services Board launches community engagement on Chief of Police recruitment

(Ottawa) – The Ottawa Police Services Board has launched its community engagement process to help inform the search for the next Chief of the Ottawa Police Service.

21
Jun

70 Richmond Road and 376 Island Park Drive - Site Plan Control Application

A Site Plan Control application to construct a nine-storey, mid-rise mixed-use building with 88 dwelling units and a commercial unit at grade. The proposal includes the relocation and integration of the 70 Richmond Road heritage gas station. This application recently came before Planning Committee on June 9th, seeking both an Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment.

15
Jun

UPDATE: Recording available from Winona/Wilmont/Elmgrove/Picton Public Information Session June 29

Thanks to everyone who attended the Public Information Session on this project in June.

For anyone  who was unable to attend, we did record it and have put it on our Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE6HkuzlxEo

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10
Jun

262 Armstrong - Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control Application

The City of Ottawa has received a Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control applications to facilitate the construction of a four-storey low-rise apartment building with four residential units at 262 Armstrong Street. 1 vehicular parking space within a carport structure is proposed.

The subject property has a frontage of 9.37 metres on Armstrong Street and a depth of 15.24 metres, and is presently occupied by a two-storey detached dwelling. The subject property is approximately 380 metres from the Tunney’s Pasture Light-Rail Transit and bus transfer station.

3
Jun

439 Churchill Avenue North - Site Plan Control Application

The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan Control application to facilitate the construction of a three-storey, four-residential unit addition to an existing two-storey building. Two parking spaces are proposed at the rear of the building.

The subject property is located on the east side of Churchill Avenue between Byron Avenue and Ravenhill Avenue East, in the Westboro neighbourhood. The property has an area of 460 m2 and has a frontage of 15.24 metres on Churchill Avenue and a depth of 30.25 metres.

27
May

Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend - Road Closures and Exit Strategies

Run Ottawa, who manages the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend, has shared the following information on the road closures related to the race this weekend. 

The impending road closures will be on Sunday, May 29th; they will be in place from 6:00am to 11:30am. 

The following streets will be closed and No Parking will be in effect during this time:

Sherwood between Carling and Fairmont;

26
May

2006-2026 Scott Street and 314/318 Athlone (Former Granite Curling Club) Zoning By-law Amendment Application + Open House

The City of Ottawa has received a Zoning By-law Amendment application to facilitate the construction of three high-rise residential towers (20-storeys, 36-storeys, and 40-storeys respectively) along both Scott Street and Athlone Avenue.

25
May

Ottawa-Centre candidate survey answers

I was pleased to receive answers to my survey questions by deadline from candidates for Ottawa-Centre MPP Shelby Bertrand (Green Party of Ontario), Katie Gibbs (Ontario Liberal Party) and Joel Harden (Ontario New Democratic Party), pasted below. My thanks go to each. I hope these are helpful to Kitchissippi residents who are considering how to cast their ballot.

20
May

1560 Scott Street - Site Plan Control Application

*Please note that due to a technical mishap, this blog post was not posted when the application was originally received. Nonetheless, please note that comments are still being accepted on this application*

A Site Plan Control application to construct a 25-storey mixed use building containing 281 dwelling units and 54 square meters of ground floor commercial. A total of 20 visitor parking spaces and approximately 281 bicycle parking stalls are provided.

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