Road modifications on Carp Road
The City of Ottawa is providing notice to the public of its intention to approve road modifications at Carp Road, 550 metres south of Richardson Side Road, as follows:
- New site access
- New northbound left-turn lane on Carp Road at site access
- New southbound right-turn lane on Carp Road at site access
- New southbound left-turn lane on Carp Road at site access
Anyone wishing to raise objections to the modifications must contact the City in writing by March 6, 2015 at City Clerk, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, ON, K1P 1J1. For more information, please contact Mike Giampa, P.Eng., Planning and Growth Management Department, Infrastructure Services and Community Sustainability, 613-580-2424 x23657.
Mailbox and/or lawn damage
Occasionally roadside mailboxes or lawns are damaged when hit by a snow plow. Mailboxes that are hit by the snow clearing equipment will be repaired or replaced as determined by the Roads Department Supervisor. Mailboxes damaged by the snow that comes off the wing of the snow plow will not be eligible for repair or replacement. If damage occurs to a resident’s lawn, a crew will be deployed early in the spring to investigate and repair damaged areas. Please report damages to 3-1-1.
Spring/Summer 2015 recreation registration begins soon
The City of Ottawa Recreation eGuide for the spring and summer is now available for viewing online on ottawa.ca. Registration dates for upcoming classes and programs are as follows:
- Swimming and Aquafitness: Online/touch tone 9pm on March 2 or in person on March 3 during business hours
- Other programs, including summer camps: Online/touch tone 9pm on March 4 or in person on March 5 during business hours
Due to the expected high volume of online registrations throughout the first week of registration, particularly the first evening, residents may experience longer than usual wait times. To make sure the registration process goes smoothly, residents are encouraged to review the list of classes and registration procedures ahead of time and ensure they have a client barcode and a family PIN (Personal Identification Number), which is required to register.