A Revised Site Plan Control application has been received by the City to construct a 4-storey 256-bed Extendicare Long Term Care Facility to be located at 2510 Wellings Private…
The City has received a Zoning Bylaw Amendment and Plan of Subdivision Proposal application from the Zayoun Group Inc. for 6171 Hazeldean Road…
The Stittsville Business Association (SBA) wants the province and city to use this time of restaurant closures to come up with a game plan for the local businesses.
This week Councillor Gower focuses his community notes on Halloween, an information meeting for proposed rezoning at 54 Springbrook Road, Campanale Homes clearing their land…
Additional details have been received by the City on the provincial stage-two modified restrictions. Following provincial guidelines, the limitation of 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors still applies – with masks mandatory and to be worn in all facilities.
To help those who want to get a flu shot locally, aside from your family doctor, Stittsville Central has put together a list of those pharmacies in Stittsville providing flu shots this season.
Councillor Gower shares with our Stittsville community the challenge of the City budget and asks for your feedback; keeping our catch basins clean; he’s hiring a part-time assistant; City flu shot clinics and locations…
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, at a media event on Friday, strongly emphasized, “No more warnings. As of Tuesday, no mask, no ride, and you will be issued a ticket.”
The week Councillor Glen Gower has shared information on the Transporation Master Plan questionnaire, updates from Ottawa Public Health and Thanksgiving, and the Potter’s Key/Echowoods unfinished pathway.
The Ottawa Police reminds the community that the risk of thefts, and repeat thefts, of high-end Lexus and Toyota vehicles in Ottawa is still very present, particularly with larger SUVs, RX350, 4 Runner and Highlander.
If you are heading outside this weekend, whether it is to walk, run, bike, scooter or go for a drive, the Ottawa Police Service reminds you to be aware of your surroundings and follow all rules of the road.
September 30 is Orange Shirt Day! To recognize this important day, Ottawa Public Library (OPL) in collaboration with the City of Ottawa and other Indigenous community organizations is hosting a series of virtual events on the theme of resilience.
Councillor Glen Gower wants to make residents aware of the following upcoming and ongoing Stittsville construction operations and installations that may affect your travel or daily life.
On October 1st, public skating at the Cardel-Recreation Complex-Goulbourn in Stittsville will start-up again following Ottawa Health guidelines.
Ottawa’s Paramedics will be looking a little space-age as they continue to find ways to provide safe and reliable service during the global pandemic.