Update on Connaught Park: Your Feedback and Start of Construction

Your feedback is instrumental We would like to thank the over 30 individuals who included us on their emails while participating in the Connaught Park landscaping plan consultation. In addition, we're aware of many more individuals who took the time to provide thoughtful and meaningful input on this important project. We continue to work with … Continue reading Update on Connaught Park: Your Feedback and Start of Construction

Update on Berms and LRT in Connaught Park: Deadline extended to April 20

We would like to share that you have a few more days to take a look at plans for berms in Connaught Park and send in your thoughts. The deadline was extended to April 20, after your association asked for more time. Thanks to those who have already spoken up. More voices will help get … Continue reading Update on Berms and LRT in Connaught Park: Deadline extended to April 20

Act now, April 15 deadline – Public consultation on Berms and LRT through QTN

We just learned that public input for the proposed berms between the Connaught Park LRT fly-over and QTN community has been opened for feedback. You can participate by visiting http://www.connaughtpinecrest.ca - note that the consultation closes on April 15, one week from today. We are asking you to show that QTN residents care about what … Continue reading Act now, April 15 deadline – Public consultation on Berms and LRT through QTN

Updates on LRT Phase 2 through QTN

Your community association planned to host a public meeting so you could ask questions about LRT 2. We can’t do that because of COVID-19 however, we are working to find other ways to help ensure your questions are answered. Below are key points from a video briefing which 2 members of the board could attend … Continue reading Updates on LRT Phase 2 through QTN

City of Ottawa Update: Key Messages

As the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to develop, we would like to thank everyone for continuing to practice physical distancing as well as for supporting your friends, family, and neighbours during this unprecedented period. Walking through the neighbourhood to smiles, waves, signs, and much more is exactly how we remain connected, display our resilience, … Continue reading City of Ottawa Update: Key Messages