In all, 33 parks have been chosen, with Village Square Park in Stittsville being chosen. In June, 2021 you can expect to see new receptacles for waste placed throughout the park.
It’s not too late, Councillor Gower wants to hear your ideas on walking and cycling missing links – are there pathways and routes that don’t connect? The Councillor provides a weekly update on…
The proposed development by Lépine planned for 5000 Robert Grant Avenue (René’s Court) has been the most controversial of all proposed developments for Stittsville.
This week, Councillor Gower is passing on information about local development, programs and relevant city events. You may be interested in receiving a tree, find out more; a vaccine update…
This week, the City received confirmation of funding for a total investment of $5 million for 29 park renewal projects across Ottawa over the next five years. Stittsville is on the list…
Councillor Glen Gower wants residents to be aware of the following upcoming Stittsville construction operations and installations that may affect your travel or daily life.
Wild parsnip is an invasive plant that is increasingly common within the City of Ottawa in areas of uncultivated land, roadside ditches, nature trails, as well as on and surrounding rural and residential properties.
The Better Homes Loan program will make it easier and more affordable for homeowners to pay for home improvements over time as they save on their energy bills.
Deans has written a letter to Premier Ford emphasizing the safe way in which golf courses, pickle ball and tennis courts can open.
Councillor Glen Gower wants residents aware of the following upcoming and ongoing news that effect our community. He wants to hear your ideas to improve walking and cycling in Stittsville; provides an update on…
Councillor Gower keeps the residents of Stittsville informed on various activities that are going on here in the community through his weekly notes provided to Stittsville Central.
The addition of the K2V postal code being listed as a ‘hot spot’ in the community has stirred much controversy in the last few days.
The City will work in accordance with Ward Councillors to determine which parks are problematic and should therefore have their hours temporarily amended.
It is a jam-packed week of information from Councillor Gower. He ensures that Stittsville residents are kept up-to-date on the important issues that effect our daily lives.
Ward 6 (Stittsville) Councillor Glen Gower recognizes that “there is a big demand for more rental apartments in Stittsville, and in the City’s master plans areas like this one on Hazeldean Road have long been intended for multi-storey buildings.”