Welcome to Riverview Park, Ottawa, Ontario

Official Website of the Riverview Park Community Association (RPCA)

Planning & Development

The RPCA Planning and Development Committee meets regularly to discuss community development and intensification issues, traffic levels and congestion, cycling and pedestrian access and city-wide environmental issues.  The committee also liaises with other Community Associations on issues of common interest.

NEW MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We are currently seeking new members for the committee. If you want to help make Riverview Park a better place to live by influencing development, please contact Kris Nanda.

Attached are the links to development charge information in the City of Ottawa. 

Link to www.ottawa.ca where you can locate Development Charge information:

https://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/planning-and-development/information-developers/development-application-review-process/development-application-submission/fees-and-funding-programs/development-charges/fee-schedule-effective-august-1-2017

YouTube Video explaining Ottawa’s Development Charges:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvUPT50EMZM

 List if items Development Charges pay for:

Roads & Related Services

Sanitary (Waste Water)

Water

Stormwater Drainage

Protection

Public Transit

Parks Development (District Parks)

Recreation Facilities

Libraries

Paramedic Service

Affordable Housing

Corporate Studies

 

5 thoughts on “Planning & Development

  1. Hello: I live on Caverley and was looking at the City of Ottawa notice on a zoning by-law change allowing mixed use at 580 Industrial Ave. Has this committee responded to this? If so, how? If not, what, if anything, can I do?

  2. Hi Joseph, I will forward your email to Kris Nanda, who is head of the Planning Committee. We’d love to see you out at the AGM on 23 Oct, and we are looking for more volunteers for the committee.
    Dianne Hoddinott

  3. Hi,
    I want to organize a petition for stop signs on Coronation Avenue. We are tired of the increased traffic along our street. We moved here 20 years ago now with the development at train yards and industrial, Coronation is used as a throghfare to bypass Industrial. I have pressed John Fraser, vehicles just run over the flappper things put on the street. The other night there was a dodge charger driving at least three times the speed limit. I feel like nobody is listening. Stop signs or lights and increased police presence will greatly decrease traffic and speeders.

    Thank you

  4. Hi Christine, did you attend the meeting last spring regarding your street? They did a traffic study as a result of concerns and determined by the city standards that there wasn’t enough traffic to warrant a stop sign. I’ll see if I have the meeting summary and forward it to you
    Regards,
    Dianne

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