Snow removal has started in Stittsville and across Ottawa, so keep your eyes open for the temporary no parking signage. We get a daily list of streets scheduled to be cleared in the next 24 hours, and we try to share that info daily…
Councillor Gower shares his thanks to everyone who donated to the December 9th OC Transpo-Loblaw food drive and to all of the volunteers and stores who made it a success again this year.
Canada Day has passed and what a great time enjoyed by Stittsville residents celebrating at the many events around our community. This week, Councillor Gower addresses community safety and shares…
This week Councillor Gower focuses his community notes on a number of events, including the upcoming Welcome to Stittsville Multicultural Festival on June 17 and an opportunity to meet and hear Collinda Joseph…
On June 20th come out to the Stittsville Library to hear Paralympian Collinda Joseph speak as part of the Councillor’s speaker’s series – registration is required.
With less than a year between two devastating storms, our community again came together to help one another.
The holiday season is over and Councillor Gower has started 2023 with his first update to the community on Stittsville Central.
Councillor Gower provides additional information on the sporadic power outages in south-end Stittsville that have been taking place since June. Please note, Councillor Gower’s next update will return the week of August 7th.
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.
Where were you on May 21st as alerts rang loudly on cellphones and radio? A storm was on its way – a storm that was immeasurable in the havoc it would cause to our hometown of Stittsville.
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…
I checked in on Johnny Leroux, who is doing just fine. He’s 90 years old and still going strong.
I am writing this letter today on behalf of myself and my colleagues at the Stittsville Business Association. I also think that much of what is shared in this letter will resonate with many others in our community as well.
As the health care indictors are beginning to show some signs of improvement, the first date for the gradual re-opening plan is January 31, 2022 with restaurants, gyms and sporting events.
The government is introducing a $10,000 small business grant and providing electricity-rate relief under the province-wide modified Step 2 Roadmap.