The City of Ottawa wants your input on the projects, policies, programs and services that affect your daily life. From open houses to workshops and online consultations, your feedback helps shape City decisions.
Residents wishing to get involved can participate in upcoming opportunities:
Monday, July 10
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Property Standards By-law Review
McNabb Recreation Centre, Assembly Hall
180 Percy Street
A review of the Property Standards By-law is being conducted and residents are invited to provide their feedback on possible amendments.
In addition, there are a number of ongoing online consultations where residents can offer their feedback. They include:
- Cummings Avenue Area Traffic Management: until June 30
Online consultation on an area-traffic study along Cummings Avenue, between Montreal Road and Donald Street.
- Commemorative naming proposal for William Bradley Park in Ward 6 – Stittsville: until July 18
- Commemorative naming proposal for Allan Frederick Moore Park, in Ward 6 – Stittsville: until July 18
- Commemorative naming proposal for the Lyndall Winters Trail, part of the Richardson Ridge Recreational Trail system in Kanata North: until July 18
- Commemorative naming proposal for the Susan Ruth Finch Meeting Room, in the John G. Mlacak Centre: until July 18
- Snow Plow Driveway Markers: until July 20
The City is formalizing rules for driveway markers used by snow plow contractors following a pilot project. Residents and stakeholders are invited to provide feedback. Comments can also be e-mailed to email@example.com.
- Ogilvie Road Multi-use Pathway: until July 21
An opportunity to provide feedback on a functional design study to provide a cycling connection along Ogilvie Road, between Blair Road and Montreal Road.
- Property Standards By-law Review: until July 24
Residents are invited to provide their feedback on possible minor amendments to the Property Standards By-law
- Marketing of unhealthy food and drinks to children and youth: until August 14.
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) wants feedback on marketing unhealthy food and drinks to children and youth.
The City offers residents a variety of opportunities to share information, consult and collaborate. Stay informed on upcoming engagement opportunities to see your ideas, suggestions and concerns incorporated into the work that impacts you and your community.