All residents of Katimavik-Hazeldean are encouraged to become members of the KHCA. We are YOUR community association. Members can vote on resolutions brought forward to better our community. Join your neighbours and make a difference!

Sweating at Canada Day!

Sweating at Canada Day!
Thanks to Laura's for the wonderful cakes commemorating the 200th anniversary of the founding of Hazeldean

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Welcome to the Katimavik-Hazeldean Community Association!



Thank you to those who attended the last KHCA meeting of the season on June 4, 2018, and to those of you who braved the heat and visited us at the Canada Day in Kanata celebrations.  We are currently celebrating the 200th founding of the Hazeldean settlement, and those joining the KHCA or renewing their memberships are receiving special commemorative lapel pins. 


Katimakids will be wrapping up for the year on July 31st.  Thanks again to Hayley and Peter for organizing what has turned out to be a very successful year of kids' sports.



Our next regular KHCA meeting will be held on Monday September 10 at 7:30 pm in the Kanata Recreation Complex off Terry Fox Drive.  Our meeting location has moved to the Program Room on the second floor to accomodate the increased numbers of people attending our meetings. 



All residents of Katimavik-Hazeldean are invited.  Please consider formally joining our association by either filling out and mailing the form under the "Join the KHCA" tab above, or just by showing up for a meeting and purchasing your membership then - you will then be able to vote on the actions you and your neighbours care to bring forward.  The cost is $10. per household per year.



Thank you,

Steve Anderson
KHCA President

Where is the LRT to Kanata?

Where is the LRT to Kanata?
The KHCA made a presentation to the City's Transportation Committee on May 2nd. We asked them to please get moving on the project as far as Terry Fox. This would cut the cost of the Kanata LRT extension by 2/3 and make it easier to find funding. Why should we have to wait so it can be built in a big arc past the Canadian Tire Place to Stittsville? Why is our long-established neighbourhood one of the few in the City still waiting for a dedicated public transportation corridor of any kind (even for buses)? Consider: Soon we will lose the Kanata commuter buses going directly to downtown. A transfer to the train will be necessary at Tunney's Pasture. This will make our commute longer. And with no LRT to Kanata funding approved it will mean those living in the villages and towns east of Ottawa will enjoy a better commute while we must wait, wait and wait.

The Katimavik-Hazeldean Area

The Katimavik-Hazeldean Area