This week, Councillor Gower shares updates on the recently announced mobile vaccination team from Ottawa Public Health who will administer doses of vaccine to various larger groups…
For the first time in the history of the Planning Committee, two co-chairs have been named to replace Jan Harder who stepped down at the end of June.
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…
This week, Councillor Gower shares some insight on the blasting to accomodate the Fernbank Trunk Sewar that is taking place in Stittsville.
Ottawa is getting ready to dive into Step 3 of the provincial reopening plan when they can open indoor pools and begin their Learn-to-Swim lessons.
Keeping you informed, some updates from Councillor Gower for this week include the Stittsville Library, the Rotary Club’s Staycation Ride…
The City is providing an update on rentals for events, meetings and organized sports – with the requirement for participants to follow all public health measures and protocols.
The Ontario government has provided $17.5 million to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) to proceed with the tender for the new Fernbank Elementary School in Stittsville.
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.
OC Transpo’s summer service will begin on Sunday, June 20 with service improvements, seasonal adjustments and COVID-19 service changes.
The Order of Ottawa, now in its 10th year, recognizes the professional achievements and outstanding service of exceptional Ottawa residents
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,…