Photo: The current state of the Stittsville Main Street trailhead plaza, via Google Streetview.
The City of Ottawa is looking to secure $856,000 from the province for citywide main street improvements and Stittsville’s getting a slice of the pie.
On Tuesday, the city’s Finance and Economic Development Committee green-lit a plan for Ottawa to get the cash from the province’s Main Street Revitalization Initiative — a $26 million pot of money. The plan will go to city council next for approval.
If approved, the Trans-Canada Trail piazza off Stittsville Main Street is in for some $200,000 worth of upgrades.
According to the city’s plan, the project will include new:
- Signage and “wayfinding”
- New bike rings “in strategic locations”
The city plans to carry out nine other projects in other wards with the provincial funding.