We encourage feedback on any and all issues of concern to residents. Please join us at our monthly meetings to discuss issues or send an email to President@khca.on.ca. We look forward to hearing your views!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Draft Agenda May 4, 2015 Final

Welcome to Each and All of You

1.  Councillor Hubley note                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
Street Name changes in Katimavik Hazeldean are Marcasite for Oakview, Young’s Farm Road for Young Road;& Charlie Roger Way in Walter Baker Park;   Splash pad in Stonegate has become a trial and error process;    Street post damaged a couple of weeks ago is back in operation;  no new information on Centerline marking nor on Winter Parking Open Houses

2.  President’s Update:   a. i  i) Katimavik Hazeldean Community Yard Sale ad on Kijiji from May 4th  full Top line ad;   iii) OMB status:   Official Plan challenged & Bachman Terrace meet in May;  iv) Buckthorn Pull in Young’s Pond Park;   v) KHCA website linked to Kanata Food Cupboard website and Councillor Hubley’s Kanata South website;
b. vi) Note:: If you are followed home from a bus stop, if door to door salespeople are aggressive, if a car follows children leaving school, or if you notice a traffic violation, speeding or unsafe driving – you may report it by calling the not emergency police number 613-232-1222 ex 7300 or by submitting a report in an email: info@ottawapolice.ca so the OPS may be informed of and act
vii) Province is interested in what works in tackling poverty.   In the Expression of Interest phase, the goal is to get a sense of the types of innovative programs already out there and how well they work 
 viii) As of May 4th, you can access the project website at ottawa.ca/minimumparking. We plan to hold a public open house in the fall of 2015 and expect to bring a zoning amendment to Council in 2016.
c.  www.khca.on.ca   ix) Youth Join in Conversation was held Feb 28th City’s Youth Portal is: http://ottawa.ca/en/ott-youth;   x)  By visiting www.ServiceOttawa.ca residents may track what action has been taken by City Staff on service requests for which you have secured a file number from the City when making that request.   Basic page is visited at:  http://ottawa.ca/en/serviceottawa;                
 ) Confederation Line West Light Rail Transit (LRT) Extension    Open House  on Wednesday, April 29,  City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West from 6 pm to 8:30 pm with presentation at 7 pm;) Hike for Hospice on May 3rd;
4. Treasurer’s Update Uncommitted  funds in operating fund  
5.  Katimavik Hazeldean Community BBQ on June 13th from 11 am to 3 pm in Cattail Creek Park --  stage set; health elements; park rented; BBQ & central tent; First Aid.   Port-a-Potties, musicians, food are in process.   Needed truck with 2 inch ball hook
6.  Heritage Meeting September 26, 2015 at ST John's South March, 325 Sandhill Rd
7.  New Business
Adjourn      Next meeting:   Monday, June 1, 2015

Get Active Your Way, Every Day

May is physical activity month. 

Get active your way, every day!

Be our guest! - April 27 to May 3

You are invited to participate in our aquafitness classes, 
cycling and group fitness classes or workout in our 
participating fitness centres FREE of charge!  Try before 
you buy!  Discover the way to a new and healthy you.

Discover a world of activities in your neighbourhood! 

Put a little spring in your step! Register now 

Looking for courses available 

at a specific facility? 

Win a Week of 

Summer Camp! 

Fifty lucky campers will win back their week at 
camp! Register before June 1 to be automatically 
entered into a draw to win back your registered week 
of camp with a value of up to $250! Remember the 
more camps you register for, the more chances to 
win. For details, visit ottawa.ca/summercamps.

Swim your way fit!

Did you know that swimming burns more calories
than running and produces little to no stress on your 
body? Get your body beach ready with lane swims or 
brush up on technique with adult or private swimming 
lessons. Get ready for summer at the pool!

Burn calories on Tuesday 

night in Britannia Park!

Try an upbeat Zumba® class at 6 pm and cool down 
with a relaxing yoga class at 7:15 pm! View all available 
courses at Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre! Or call us 
at 613-828-4313. See you in the park!

Cycling Education Programs

Become more comfortable and confident on the road, 
learning assertive cycling skills, traffic analysis, general 
bicycle maintenance, route planning and more.  
Programs are offered from April through to October 
across the city.

Skateboarding Parks

cross the city. All parks are unsupervised.  Helmets and 
protective gear are recommended. If you are interested in 
learning, we offer instructional programs and summer 
camps for beginner to intermediate riders.

Pathway Patrol

 Are you a cyclist? Walker? Runner? Rollerblader? 
Do you enjoy using any of the pathways around your 
neighbourhood? Join the Pathway Patrol Volunteers! 

New workshops just in 

time for spring!

Workshops offer creative and visual hands-on 
programming for all levels and ages alike. Find 
your passion today right here with us!

Nepean Creative Arts Centre
So You Have an Audition for youth ages 14-17 
years or family Dramatic Storytelling.. Adults 
will enjoy a fun evening out at Jazzy Night Out.

Nepean Visual Arts Centre
Families can make Lasting Silhouettes 
painting a family portrait. Adults will find fun 
with art at Raku Workshop and Canvas and Cocktails.

Nepean Creative Arts 

Centre Celebrates 25 years!

Passion for the arts created the Nepean Creative 
Arts Centre 25 years ago. Since then the centre 
has capitalized on creativity, collaboration and 
community in artistic expression for performing 
and visual arts in Nepean. Watch  
details throughout the 25th anniversary year!

Important Outdoor 

Activity Start Dates 

·        The City of Ottawa has miles of pathways 
for you to explore; Pathway Patrol volunteers 
begin providing assistance on April 1.
·        Public tennis courts will open May 1.
·        Ball diamonds will open May 1.
·        Sports fields will open May 15.
·        Washrooms for the beaches will open May 16
For volleyball net rentals, $15 per hour or $50 per 
day and stand up paddleboard rentals, $20 per 
hour, inquire on site at any beach's Lifeguard office. 

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Confederation Line West Light Rail Transit (LRT) Extension

You are invited to the final Open House to review and  

provide feedback on the recommendations for the 

Confederation Line West LRT Extension Study from 

Tunney's Pasture to Baseline and Bayshore Stations.  

Open House

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Jean Pigott Place, City Hall
Stage 2 logo
110 Laurier Avenue West
6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Presentation at 7 p.m

Open House presentation and displays will include:

·        An overview of recommendations along the entire Confederation Line LRT West Extension

·        Functional design recommendations for the segment from Lincoln Fields Station to Bayshore Station

·        Summary of comments and responses from previous consultations

        A summary of the process and next steps