Events

18 Louisa Public Consultation
Sep 23, 2021 at 6:00pm 7:30pm EDT

Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control applications have been submitted to permit a 10-storey mixed-use building at 18 Louisa St. The site is currently zoned Minor Institutional and the applicant proposes to rezone the property to Residential Fifth density to allow construction of the 10-storey building.

The existing building houses several small businesses and the applicant proposes to retain some commercial space in the new development. The new building would include 139 residential units, 88 vehicular parking spaces, and 79 bike parking spaces.

Come learn more about the proposal, ask questions on the development, and share your concerns with the applicant team.

Stay tuned for a Zoom meeting link!

Household Hazardous Waste Depot Trail Road Waste Facility
Sep 26, 2021 at 8:00am 4:00pm EDT
Trail Road Waste Facility (4475 Trail Road)

The same procedures that were in place for the Household Hazardous Waste Depot that took place at the Conroy Snow Dump will be in effect for all upcoming events in 2021. For your awareness and as a reminder:

  • Upon arrival, residents will be directed into a queue where they will wait their turn to park in a designated area. All vehicles will be spaced accordingly, and residents must remain in their vehicle at all times;

  • Residents arriving on bicycles are permitted to drop-off materials, and they must follow the instructions provided by staff on site;

  • The depot will accept household hazardous waste only. No electronic waste will be accepted;

    Residents can bring electronic waste to the Trail Road Landfill facility at no cost, or can contact a participating Take it Back member to arrange for proper disposal;

  • Due to operating restrictions, bins, totes, gas cans, etc. will not be returned to the resident;

  • The last vehicle will be emptied at 4:00 p.m. If the site is experiencing long line-ups,

    residents may not be able to drop off their material.

Joint Community and Protective Services Committee/Planning Committee - Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan

*Please disregard the blue notice above. This meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 27, 2021*
A Joint Meeting of the Community and Protective Services Committee and the Planning Committee will be held on Monday, September 27 at 9:30 am to consider the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. The Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan looks at the City’s current parks and recreation facilities and makes recommendations for what parks and recreation facilities will be required to serve the needs of the city’s residents to 2031 as Ottawa communities grow.

The Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan and supporting documents can be found on the City's website.

If you would like to sign up as a public delegation to speak for up to five minutes during the Committee meeting, you can register with the Committee Coordinator by phone prior to 4:00 PM on the last business day prior to the meeting, being Friday, September 24, or by email no later than one hour prior to the start time set for the meeting, being September 27 at 8:30 AM.

Please note that screen-sharing will not be enabled for participants during this meeting. If who wish to provide a visual presentation (PowerPoint or other), you are required to register to speak and provide those materials to the committee coordinator prior to 4:00 PM on the last business day prior to the meeting, being Friday, September 24.

The Committee Coordinator is Carole Legault and she can be reached at [email protected] or 613-580-2424 x28934.

108 Nepean & 142-144 Nepean Public Consultation
Sep 28, 2021 at 6:30pm 8:00pm EDT
Online event

A Zoning By-law Amendment application has been submitted for 108 Nepean to permit the construction of a 27-storey mixed-use building at the corner of Nepean and O'Connor. The proposal features 295 residential units, 120 square metres of ground-floor commercial
space, underground parking for 202 vehicles and 432 bicycle parking spaces. The site currently serves as a private surface parking lot with paid parking and a portion of spots reserved for the office building at 190 O'Connor.

The 108 Nepean proposal is linked with the 142-144 Nepean Demolition Control and Zoning By-law Amendment applications. These applications propose demolishing a 6-unit residential building to accommodate a surface parking lot for the adjacent office building at 190 O'Connor.

Come learn more about the proposal, ask questions on the development, and share your concerns with the applicant team.

Click the link below to join the Zoom meeting:
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Joint Built Heritage Sub-committee/Planning Committee - The Ottawa Hospital Masterplan

*Please disregard the blue notice above. This meeting is scheduled for Friday, October 1, 2021*
A Joint Meeting of the Built Heritage Sub-committee and the Planning Committee will be held on Friday, October 1 at 9 am to discuss The Ottawa Hospital's Master Site Plan Control application and its heritage considerations. At this meeting, committee members will hear the full staff presentation on the Master Site Plan Control Application and associated information report on heritage considerations, ask questions of staff, and provide feedback as required on the heritage considerations information report.

Public delegations will also have an opportunity to present oral submissions on the overall Master Plan and the associated heritage considerations to the joint committees. The 2 committees will receive the Master Plan report and the associated Heritage Considerations report, but no recommendations on the approval of these reports will be made at the Joint Meeting.

A Special Meeting of Planning Committee will occur 15 minutes following the adjournment of the Joint Meeting. At this meeting, Planning Committee members will make recommendations to Council on the approval of the report: Master Site Plan Approval and Lifting of the Holding Provision – Part of 930 Carling Avenue and 520 Preston Street.

The format and details for participation in these meeting will be provided with the meeting Agendas, which are anticipated to be published on September 21, 2021. Check back here to learn more about how you can sign up to speak as a public delegation at the Joint Meeting.

 

933 Gladstone Public Consultation
Oct 4, 2021 at 6:30pm 8:00pm EDT
Online event

The City of Ottawa has received a Plan of Subdivision application to develop a mixed-use subdivision containing 24 townhouse dwellings, 92 stacked dwellings and 932 apartment dwelling units, as well as a variety of commercial units within some of the blocks. 933 Gladstone is a large vacant site owned by Ottawa Community Housing, located just east of the future Corso Italia LRT Station.

The applicant has submitted a Plan of Subdivision to develop the property into twelve development blocks and four streets to comprise the public right-of-way (ROW) that will bisect the site. Eight blocks are proposed to contain a mixture of townhomes, stacked back-to-back townhomes, mid-rise buildings, and high-rise buildings. In total, approximately 1,048 residential units are anticipated at full buildout of the subject lands, and the mixed-use buildings provide for approximately 9,290 square metres (100,000 square feet) of commercial space for non-residential uses.

Join us on Monday, October 4 to learn more about the proposal, ask questions on the development, and share any concerns with the applicant team. The meeting will be held virtually:

Zoom Link
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81293524022?pwd=bFkrMTFQVHJna011aWNBYmhjTFV4dz09 

Zoom ID: 812 9352 4022
Password: 856518

Or Telephone:
Dial 1 438 809 7799 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 812 9352 4022
Password: 856518

50 The Driveway Public Consultation
Oct 7, 2021 at 6:00pm 7:30pm EDT

Zoning By-law Amendment and Official Plan Amendment applications have been submitted to the City for 50 The Driveway, the head office for the Canadian Nurses Association. The proposed development features a 9-storey residential building with 66 dwelling units and 100 underground parking spaces. Currently, a 4-storey residential building is permitted on the site.  

The existing building does not currently have any heritage designations or protections. However, through the Centretown Heritage Study, 50 The Driveway was recommended to be considered for designation under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act. The applicant proposes to retain and relocate a portion of the existing building to be integrated into the new development, but the whole building will not be repurposed.

Come learn more about the proposal, ask questions on the development, and share your concerns with the applicant team.

Stay tuned for a Zoom meeting link!

Household Hazardous Waste Depot Westbrook Snow Dump
Oct 24, 2021 at 8:00am 4:00pm EDT
Westbrook Snow Dump (200 Westbrook Road)

The same procedures that were in place for the Household Hazardous Waste Depot that took place at the Conroy Snow Dump will be in effect for all upcoming events in 2021. For your awareness and as a reminder:

  • Upon arrival, residents will be directed into a queue where they will wait their turn to park in a designated area. All vehicles will be spaced accordingly, and residents must remain in their vehicle at all times;

  • Residents arriving on bicycles are permitted to drop-off materials, and they must follow the instructions provided by staff on site;

  • The depot will accept household hazardous waste only. No electronic waste will be accepted;

    Residents can bring electronic waste to the Trail Road Landfill facility at no cost, or can contact a participating Take it Back member to arrange for proper disposal;

  • Due to operating restrictions, bins, totes, gas cans, etc. will not be returned to the resident;

  • The last vehicle will be emptied at 4:00 p.m. If the site is experiencing long line-ups,

    residents may not be able to drop off their material.

Phone: 613-580-2484
Address: 110 Laurier Ave W, Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1