Should this be approved, WM would be permitted to accept a larger list and wider range of waste materials at the landfill…
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for Labour Day, Monday, September 6.
The summer is quickly passing and the return to school is around the corner, with that in mind, Councillor Gower provides some pertinent information for those driving and parking near schools.
Councillor Gower shares an abundance of information in this week’s update that is relative to the community.
Many community groups, families and individuals in Stittsville have dedicated themselves to participating in Cleaning the Capital campaigns throughout the years.
In Stittsville, this is doubly important as the West Carleton landfill prepares to re-open, which can be used for residential waste should the city pay for the usage.
Councillor Gower is sharing his weekly information and updates to ensure that residents are aware of events and issues that effect Stittsville. This week he provides an update on the…
Keeping you informed, some updates from Councillor Gower for this week include the Stittsville Library, the Rotary Club’s Staycation Ride…
Street racing has been a concern for residents and the Councillor provides information about the new fines coming into effect on July 1st and how to report this crime.
There are schedule changes to City services for Canada Day. Some of the changes affect the week following – more so garbage collection.
Keeping you informed, Councillor Gower has plenty of updates for residents and shares the information you need to know.
With all of the home renovations both inside and out over the past year, residents may have an abundance of hazardous waste waiting for disposal.
(A Snapping Turtle discovered at the Amberwood Golf Course. The eggs layed by this mother have been protected from predators. Photos: Giselle Gunderman via Councillor Gower) From Snapping Turtles, bears,…
Ottawa Fire Services received a 911 call at 6:58am reporting a recycling facility on Westhunt road off of Carp Road was fully engulfed in fire.
There are changes to City services on Victoria Day, Monday, May 24 – a stat holiday in Ontario and Quebec. As some of these changes affect the week following – more so garbage collection. Here is a list of services for your convenience.