Meetings at Ottawa City Hall next week

All public meetings will be held at Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, unless otherwise noted.


Ottawa Police Services Board – Monday, October 23, 4 p.m., Champlain Room

  • Chief’s Verbal Report
  • National Capital Area Crime Stoppers: Semi-Annual Update
  • Board Committee Appointment
  • Appointment of Special Constables: RCMP
  • Appointment of Special Constables: OC Transpo
  • Public Consultation Policy: Annual Report
  • Performance Report: Third Quarter 2017
  • Complaints Report – Part V – Police Services Act: Third Quarter 2017
  • Legal Services Report: Third Quarter 2016
  • Board Monitoring Requirements Status Report: Third Quarter 2017
  • Outstanding Board Inquiries & Motions: October 2017
  • Letters of Commendation


Planning Committee – Tuesday, October 24, 9:30 a.m., Champlain Room

  • Park Development Manual, 2nd Edition (city wide)
  • Building Better and Smarter Suburbs and Infrastructure Standards Review: Arterial Road Cross-Sections (city wide)
  • Memorandum of Understanding with CRT Developments Inc. Respecting the Acquisition of Shea Road Woods Through Parkland Dedication and Cash (ward 6 – Stittsville)
  • Application to Alter 61 Park Road, a Property Located in Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, Designated Under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act
  • Zoning By-Law Amendment – Part of 6211 Renaud Road (ward 2 – Innes)
  • Zoning By-Law Amendment – 1620 And 1636 Maple Grove Road (ward 6 – Stittsville)
    • Richcraft is seeking a zoning amendment to permit a residential subdivision on the vacant lands at 1620 and 1636 Maple Grove Road. The developer proposes 945 units that include a mix of single-detached, townhouses, back-to-back townhouses, stacked townhouses and low-rise apartments. A school, a commercial block and three parks are proposed. For back-to-back townhouses, staff recommend permitting a maximum 12 units instead of eight, to help achieve desired densities. This approach has been used successfully in other Stittsville and Kanata West subdivisions. A holding symbol on a portion of the land along the Carp River can only be lifted once conditions related to Carp River restoration works have been met. The lands will be rezoned but the holding provision will be carried forward until conditions are met.
  • Zoning By-Law Amendment – 991 Carling Avenue (ward 15 – Kitchissippi)
  • Greenbank Road Watermain Class Environmental Assessment Study (ward 3 – Barrhaven)
  • North Island Link Environmental Assessment Study (ward 21 – Rideau-Goulbourn)


City Council MeetingWednesday, October 25, 10:00 a.m., Andrew S. Haydon Hall