Spongy Moth Fact Sheets

What is Spongy Moth? Spongy moth is the insect formerly known as gypsy moth. In the caterpillar phase of its life cycle, they eat the leaves of trees that they […]

Power Restoration Update

Update from Councilor Cloutier Good day neighbours,  Thank you for your patience and resilience while we continue to navigate the major power outages in our city. I am heartened to […]

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

The City of Ottawa is committed to providing residents options for the safe disposal of household hazardous waste which cannot be disposed of through regular waste collection services. In providing […]

Project Update: Bank Street Renewal

The City of Ottawa is undertaking the renewal of Bank Street from Riverside Drive to Ledbury Avenue. The vision for the Bank Street renewal is to construct a functioning and […]

OC Transpo Fare Increase May 1

Transit fare increase OC Transpo fares are changing on May 1, 2022. Most fares will increase by an average of 2.5 percent to offset the increased costs of providing transportation. […]

Rolling Thunder impacts on downtown Ottawa

City of Ottawa update The City of Ottawa is working to ensure the Rolling Thunder event, scheduled from Friday, April 29 to Saturday, April 30, exercises respect for the community. This […]

Montreal Road Closures to Begin April 24

Beginning on Sunday, April 24, Montreal Road will be reduced to a single westbound lane from St. Laurent Boulevard to Vanier Parkway until approximately mid-September 2022. These lane closures are […]

Save trees from the Spongy moth

The City of Ottawa’s Forestry Services team is proactively reaching out to request assistance protecting trees in our neighbourhood this summer.  Trees in our community are likely to be impacted by the […]

Transportation Master Plan Open House

Date and time Tue, Mar 29, 2022, 6:30 PM EDT The City of Ottawa has launched Phase 3 of its consultation on the Transportation Master Plan. Residents are invited to […]