Side view of a person in red and white striped baseball uniform swinging a baseball bat, while a catcher in blue waits behind to catch the ball if the batter misses the ball.

Ottawa stadium – community visioning

January 2021 marked the beginning of a 10-year lease agreement between the City and Sam Katz of the Winnipeg Goldeyes and the Ottawa Sport and Entertainment Group. The short-term future looks bright for Ottawa’s baseball stadium as the Ottawa Titans are having a stellar inaugural season in the Frontier League. But what about the long-term future of the stadium? Many questions remain and we need Ottawa residents to help find answers.

The City is working with key stakeholders to develop a vision for the stadium that would result in more community use, both in and around the building. Meetings with some stakeholders have already taken place with more to come.

Baseball stadium consultation

There are two ways residents can have their say right now about the future of Ottawa’s baseball stadium:

  1. Participate in an online Community and Information Session happening on Tuesday, June 28 at 6 pm. Registration required. Share with us your short, medium, and long-term visions for the baseball stadium and its surrounding areas.
  2. Complete an online survey soon, which can be found on The Ottawa Stadium Engage Ottawa page.

The goal of the visioning process is to find ways to make the stadium and its surrounding areas, more livable, inviting, and dynamic for people and families, while enhancing mobility, city life, and financial sustainability.

It’s your baseball stadium and we want to hear from you.

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