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Better and Smarter Suburbs to make the suburbs healthier places and
rethinking how we build streets in a more "complete street"
fashion will improve the way residents move, work and play. >From
the LRT effect to revitalizing Sparks, inside the Greenbelt development
such as Lebreton Flats and Zibi, Tunney's, Booth Street lands and
reimagining city-wide shopping destinations, the face and fabric of the
city is slated for change.
Our e-newsletter team looks forward to this exciting period of growth and
covering planning and development news for you.
The Province of Ontario establishes the ground rules for land use planning
through the Planning Act. Municipalities are given all of their powers
and authority to act by the province. The Planning Act is used in
most development applications while the Municipal Act governs matters such
as street openings, street closings and street name changes.
The City, at the direction of the Planning Act, creates an overall
master-planning document called the Official Plan. The Zoning By-law is a
companion document and a key tool in the implementation of the Official
Bruce Timmermans Cycling Award
The City of Ottawa
presents two annual awards to
recognize outstanding contributions in Ottawa's cycling community.
Do you know an individual or cycling organization that has made an
outstanding contribution in the encouragement of cycling in 2016?
Bruce Timmermans was a long-time cycling educator and advocate , an active
member of the Ottawa Bicycle Club and a founding member of Citizens for
Safe Cycling. Bruce worked tirelessly to promote cycling and safety for
cyclists. His legacy lives on through the awards program created by the
City of Ottawa to recognize individuals and organizations committed to
cycling in our community.
The CSST will greatly reduce the frequency of sewage overflows during
storms from entering the Ottawa River, and will help protect the river.
These tunnels will hold up to 43,000 m3 of sewer overflow during major
rainfalls, the equivalent capacity of approximately 18 Olympic sized pools.
Once rainfall has subsided, this water will then be treated and returned
safely to the Ottawa River.
Sign up to the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST) E-newsletter on www.ottawa.ca/esubscriptions to
receive regular updates on the project.
Get involved at an upcoming event
Information meeting – Canada Lands
development of Booth Street property
St. Anthony's Hall
523 St. Anthony Street
7 to 9 p.m.
The Capital Urbanism Lab
The Capital Urbanism Lab is
an initiative by the National Capital Commission that engages Canadians and
stakeholders in urbanism, design, heritage and conservation, sustainability
and placemaking. Its mission is to create a monthly forum where experts and
residents can share their ideas on how to build a great capital.
We're in the
homestretch and heading down to the wire on Ottawa's bid to host the 2021
Canada Summer Games! Show Your Support.Ottawa's bid to
host the 2021 Canada Summer Games will only succeed if the local community
demonstrates its support. Sign up to show your support!