(via City of Ottawa)
The City of Ottawa’s Commemorative Naming Committee is conducting public consultation on a two separate naming proposals in Stittsville:
- A proposal to name a future park located within the Porter Place development the “William Bradley Park”
- A proposal to name a future park located within the Potter’s Key Subdivision the “Allan Frederick Moore Park”
William Bradley Park (Ward 6 – Stittsville)
In recognition of the historical significance and extensive community service record of Mr. William Bradley to the Community of Stittsville, a proposal to name a future park in Ward 6 in his honour has been submitted to the City of Ottawa’s Commemorative Naming Committee.
William Bradley left the Canadian Air Force in 1943 to run his late father’s business, a local Stittsville general store which led him to a career in the Stittsville retail food industry for 46 years. Mr. Bradley was actively involved in his community by way of various volunteer initiatives including the community’s volunteer fire department.
Allan Frederick Moore Park (Ward 6 – Stittsville)
In recognition of Allan Frederick Moore’s historical significance to the community, the City of Ottawa has been asked to name a future park, located at 611 Hazeldean Road within the Potter’s Key Subdivision, “Allan Frederick Moore Park”.
Allan Frederick Moore was born and raised in Ottawa, served in the Navy in World War 1 and worked as a lawyer in Ottawa from the 1930’s until his passing in 1969. As a member of the Queen’s Council, Mr. Moore was involved in many major real estate transactions in Ottawa throughout his career.