Public open house for Rideau River Western Pathway on November 13, 2013

The second, and last, public open house for the Rideau River Western Pathway (from Belmont Street to the University of Ottawa Lees Avenue Campus) will be held on Wednesday, November 13, at Saint Paul University, 233 Main Street. The meeting will be held in Room 142, Laframboise Hall, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Temporary pathway closure behind University of Ottawa Lees Campus/Hurdman Bridge

As part of the Highway 417 expansion project, the City of Ottawa is removing the outside highway lane and structure of Hurdman Bridge. Crews have begun work on the north side of the bridge, working from west to east. During this demolition work the multi-use pathways along both sides of Rideau River under Highway 417 (Hurdman Bridge) are required to be closed to maintain the safety of pedestrians and cyclists as these areas are within the construction zone.

The pathway on the west side of the Rideau River should reopen in early November, however, these dates are always subject to change due to the nature of construction projects. The pathway on the east side of Rideau River will close on October 28 for two weeks, and again in late November. The city plans to provide advance notification.

Official opening of the newly designed Springhurst Park - October 8

Come celebrate the official opening of the newly designed Springhurst Park on Tuesday, October 8. Details of the event are below:

4:45pm – 5:45pm Learn about and view the new features of the park and try out the swings and structures
5:45pm – 6:00pm Official opening of the park led by Capital Ward Councillor David Chernushenko, community representatives and partners
6:00pm – 6:30pm Celebrate our new park and enjoy some hot chocolate, coffee and cake!

Materials available from Transit-Oriented Development open house

The City of Ottawa held an information session on their development plans around LRT transit stations including Lees Avenue. All the materials from this session are now available on the City of ottawa web site.

OOE transformation presentation

John Dance from the OECA recently gave a presentation on Old Ottawa East Transformation to fourth year Carleton School of Architecture and Urbanism students who are conducting a three-month project designing buildings and site plans for the institutional lands. The work supports SLOE's "Deep Green" project focusing on research to support the sustainable development and integration of the institutional lands and the rest of OOE

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