The Councillor invites all residents to the first-ever multicultural community showcase at Village Square Park on June 25 with entertainment and exhibits for all to enjoy.
Councillor Gower has asked Sgt. Jeff Kostuch, to lead a public information session on June 22nd with regard to the increased number of auto thefts in 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…
Ontario’s Fire Code requires that homes have a working smoke alarm on each floor and outside each sleeping area. Carbon monoxide alarms are also required outside sleeping areas…
Over 230 vehicle thefts have been reported so far this year compared to half that number for the same period in 2021.
The Ottawa Police Service would like to remind you of some safety practices to reduce the risk of a break-in and bicycle theft.
Firefighting requires courage, caring for the community, teamwork and trust.
The individual, a man in his 70s, was pinned face down under a large trees that was vertically in the air.
The Ottawa Police are now accepting applications from local organizations for the 11th annual Ottawa Police Service Gala.
Following two attempted car thefts in the Stittsville area, the Ottawa Police remind residents to take all necessary precautions.
The Ottawa Police have reported a 25% increase in impaired driving this past March.
The Ontario government is making it easier to volunteer and encourage volunteerism.
The importance of the extension of Robert Grant Avenue is explained by Councillor Gower in this week’s update.
Unlike the older stickers, these new decals are vinyl and can be removed and replaced easily when your pet’s information requires updating.
Be wary around ice and open bodies of water during this time of year.