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COMMUNITY NOTES: From the Desk of Councilman Gower – Stittsville Central

COMMUNITY NOTES: From the Desk of Councilman Gower – Stittsville Central

Councillor Gower shares some quick updates for residents in the coming week. You can read his comments on Stittsville’s residential development files with handy links to useful information; an upcoming Open House for the Stittsville South development plan; Ottawa Public Health’s overdose alert system; and his monthly calendar of important dates and events which can be found on his multicultural & human rights calendarShould you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Councillor Glen’s office using the contact information below.

What’s the latest housing news in Stittsville?
Stittsville and Kanata continue to be the fastest growing areas of the city. There are approximately 20 residential projects in our community that are in various stages of the approval and pre-construction process. We have compiled a summary of all the active projects, along with their current status and timelines. Click here to read more…

Here are some more helpful links to follow Stittsville housing developments:

JULY 18: Stittsville South – Open House for Future Neighborhoods #2
The second open house for the future Stittsville South (W-4) neighborhood development plan will be held on Thursday, July 18 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at CARDELREC (1500 Shea Rd). More information can be found here…

Stop Overdose Ottawa Alert System
Ottawa Public Health and Ottawa’s Overdose Prevention and Response Task Force continue to enhance Ottawa’s Overdose Response Strategy. Members of the public can now register to receive email alerts from the Stop Overdose Ottawa Alert System. You can sign up by visiting StopOverdoseOttawa.ca and simply clicking the “Subscribe to Drug Alerts” button in the bottom right corner of the page and filling out the form.

Calendar for Multicultural and Human Rights July 2024
We publish a monthly calendar with the most important commemorative dates of different religions and cultures, as well as important dates related to the strengthening of human rights and diversity. Click here for this month’s edition…

Get in touch!
If we can assist you in any way, please email [email protected] or leave a voicemail at 613-580-2476. Call 3-1-1 if you need immediate assistance. – Councillor Glen Gower