Harold Moore is the proverbial watchdog for the Carp Road landfill and he brings to the community’s attention that Waste Management has “gone dark on their environmental monitoring for the past 4 years”..
Millions of household items are sent to our local landfills every year, and recycling will help in bringing this number down…
During the municipal election campaign there has been little discussion of this major development on the outskirts of Stittsville and how it might impact quality of life for the surrounding communities.
Thanksgiving is coming up this long weekend, and with the holidays come schedule changes and impacts to City services.
The City of Ottawa has released some schedule and City service changes that will take effect this Labour Day.
2022 marks the 29th year of the Cleaning the Capital Program! The annual cleanup campaign first began in 1994 as a springtime cleanup.
Through his weekly updates provided to Stittsville Central, Councillor Gower keeps the residents of Stittsville informed on various City and local activities that are taking place in the community.
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes and impacts to City services for the Colonel By Day holiday on Monday, August 1.
Since the storm on May 21, City of Ottawa Public Works staff have been fully deployed to support recovery and clean-up. The response has required a tremendous level of dedicated work and coordination across Public Works.
The past two weeks have been memorable for many here in Stittsville after the Derecho blew through. Being kept up-to-date by Councillor Gower…
This week, Councillor Gower has a reminder that garbage collection takes place one day later than is usual.
The importance of the extension of Robert Grant Avenue is explained by Councillor Gower in this week’s update.
The City of Ottawa will be hosting several events this year for residents to dispose of their household hazardous waste.
Welcome to Spring and with that Councillor Gower encourages residents to get involved by registering for Cleaning the Capital.
The City of Ottawa is inviting residents to have their say on the Transportation Master Plan, as well as the way the City manages garbage, recycling, and food waste.