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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!
Have you visited one
of the new streetside spots
in Ottawa? If so, let us know what you think about them by completing our online questionnaireby
August 22, 2016. Streetside spots contribute to a vibrant and liveable
community while sharing the right of way space with pedestrians of all
abilities, cyclists and drivers.
Nominations now accepted for the Architectural
Tell us what you think! Answer our questionnaires...
August 31, provide feedback
about the proposed Woodroffe Avenue multi-use pathway extension between
Longfields Drive and Stoneway Drive.
September 2, 2016, provide feedback
on a proposed pedestrian and cycling facility between Halley Road and
September 5, provide feedback
on the functional design and transportation study for Elgin Street and
Get Natural, Ottawa
Ottawa's natural heritage system
is comprised of a variety of significant natural features, associated
contributing features and connecting linkages. Natural areas recharge our
aquifers, filter rainfall and clean our air. It provides wildlife habitat
and supports the diversity of our environment and restores us physically
and mentally. The City seeks to protect significant natural areas as part
of our natural heritage system.
To ensure better management of our built
heritage resources, the City has initiatedthe Heritage Inventory Project.
This project will involve a city-wide survey and evaluation of all built
structures in order to determine which resources contribute to the city's
Do you or your community organization have information to share with us? The City's Heritage Services
section is looking for your unique stories, facts,
photographs, maps or articles which highlight the cultural heritage
attributes of houses, barns, streets, neighbourhoods or other built
resources throughout Ottawa. You can help shape the future of heritage
preservation by contributing your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get on the mailing list for LEAR now
Landowners in or
adjacent to lands already designated in the City's Official Plan as
Agricultural Resource Areas may be affected by the upcoming LEAR project.
Please complete this form
to be added to the project mailing list to be kept informed of the project
as it nears completion this year.