The City is reviewing the Standards, with a focus on sidewalks and pathways, reducing rutting on residential roads, roads next to schools with no sidewalks and roads with bus stops. Residents will have the opportunity to provide feedback on their priorities as we update the Standards.
In February or early March, staff will present a report to Committee and Council with proposed new rules for short-term rentals (STR), based on a regulatory framework approved by Council in November 2019.
Femmes Remarquables Ottawa Distinguished Women (FROTTAWADW) is currently accepting nominations of exceptional women for its bilingual site.
Launched in March of 2020, FROttawaDW.ca is a virtual public space that acknowledges and documents with worldwide reach, local women whose achievements and contributions have enriched the quality of life for Ottawa’s citizens.
On Christmas Eve, (Thursday night) at 6 pm, join the Ward 9 community in jingling your bells outside your door or on your balcony for 1 minute. The whole family can participate in sending a fun message to Santa that our community is COVID-wise and that we are taking all precautions to keep our community safe, remaining hopeful and looking forward to Christmas Day and ringing in the New Year.
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Good news for the residents in the immediate vicinity of the Ottawa Islamic School and of course for the teachers and students of the school! After many setbacks, from financers pulling out to COVID to finding contractors, Ms. Mona Egeh announced at the 2020 Fisher Heights & Area CA AGM that the school is finally ready to move forward. Ms. Egeh showed a contract to show the school is serious in moving forward after several years of inactivity.