Councillor Gower is sharing this week’s updates and news of importance for residents of Stittsville. Have you registered for the February 20th public zoom meeting for the proposed development at 6310 Hazeldean Road?
It’s 2024 and Councillor Gower shares his first Community Notes of the year. There are many outdoor activities provided by the City and in our community – the Councillor shares where you can have some fun now that the snow has arrived.
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for the holiday season…
We are lucky to live in such a great community and we are thankful for the generosity and spirit we see every day from the residents of Stittsville.
With the holidays coming up, the Ottawa Police Service is advising residents to be vigilant, safe and most importantly, exercise caution during this festive time of the year…
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.
The City of Ottawa and OC Transpo want to hear from you. OC Transpo is recruiting members for a new Transit Advisory Working Group. This ad hoc advisory body will provide volunteer opportunities for residents…
The Councillor appeals to residents, if they can, to help support the Stittsville family that lost everything in last week’s fire.
Councillor Gower shares his weekly updates with residents for the second week of November. There are some new bus routes and adjustment to routes in Stittsville that the Councillor is pleased to share. He reminds residents that the Stittsville Legion, Branch 618, are holding their Remembrance Day ceremony at the Johnny Leroux Community Centre…
Welcome news was announced by the provincial minister of housing and is shared in detail below by Councillor Gower on the City of Ottawa Official Plan.
With the busy weekend behind Councillor Gower, he is preparing for the upcoming week and shares community information on some important issues.
For those in attendance, it was a day of celebration that brought our former history to life again with many fond memories shared of growing up in a railway town.
Councillor Gower held his Seniors’ Day Tea at Hazeldean Gardens in the outside garden. There were a good number of vendors providing helpful information for seniors in our community who attended.
Goldie Ghamari, MPP for Carleton, says it is “unacceptable” that there are still many students in the western rural and suburban areas of the city without school bus service.
This week the Councillor shares information about the current school bus shortage and actions being taken by OSTA management, MPP Goldie Ghamari, and school trustees Lynn Scott and Scott Phelan to find a solution.