Find out what’s happening in Kanata North at the ward council meeting on Monday, March 25, at 7 p.m., in the program room, Kanata Seniors’ Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr.
At this meeting, some time will be devoted to discussing the Richcraft Recreation Centre Kanata. In addition to an update on the building program, there will be information about how the public can be involved in both selecting programs and contributing to the funding needed for the extras provided. Find out how you can help reach our goals by putting items into a time capsule that will be opened in 50 years and how your family name can be placed on a paver leading to the front door of the facility.
Other items will include a report from Ottawa Police, an update on the Outlet Mall , new public school plans, information about a Kanata North Volunteer Recognition Event, Cleaning the Capital, final Town Centre Zoning, and planning of the urban expansion land on March Road, and the status of 2 The Parkway and 1131 Teron Road.
Mark the Date for an informal chat with Marianne at Tim Hortons on March Road - April 6, 9:30 to 11 a.m.
DO YOU HAVE AN ASH TREE ON YOUR PROPERTY?
If yes, then come to the discussion on how to save your trees on Wednesday, March 27, 7-9 p.m., Hall D, Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr.
KANATA NORTH BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA is asking businesses, employees and local residents for ideas to improve the future of the Kanata North business area. Just go to www.ideavibes.com/kanatanbia_ideas until March 29 to vote, comment or share your ideas and suggestions.
PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA
There have been complaints about the way in which the City provides information to the public and listens to their concerns and suggestions. To improve this process, the City is reviewing these processes and wants to hear about your ideas for improving how City staff routinely engage and consult with residents Four sessions are being held, including one on April 10th at the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Drive in Kanata from 7 to 9 p.m. Register on Ottawa.ca, call 311 or visit a Client Service Centre. If you are unable to attend, between March 25 and April 19 there will be a survey and ideas campaign at ottawa.ca.
Plan to join a Native and Invasive Flora in Trillium Woods Walk - April 27. Meet Sarah Dehler and Holly Bickerton at 9:30 am at the intersection of Klondike Road and Second Line Road to find out about this wonderful conservation forest.
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON LOCAL ROADS
The City of Ottawa has a policy in place to change the parking regulations on a residential roadway. If residents submit a petition to the Traffic Department, with a 66% consensus amongst residents on the street, a change can be implemented. For example, a recent petition has been received from residents to restrict parking on one side of the road to No Parking Anytime, with 75 per cent of residents in favour. Staff will be implementing this change.