Applications under the Ontario Heritage Act

The RPRA does not receive Committee of Adjustment notices either automatically or electronically but neighbours within a pre-set radius are notified by mail and, of course, there will be the small green sign posted on the property.

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The City of Ottawa will be providing information on applications submitted by property owners to alter residences in our community. The documents are posted below.

565-575 Old Prospect Rd. - Sep 2015 [view PDF format]

60 Blenheim - Aug 2015 [view PDF format]

 

 

City of Ottawa Recreation Program

The City of Ottawa offers several programs that can help you keep your fitness goals. Programmes are printed several times per here. For the full City of Ottawa program, visit their web site.

 

Here are some resolutions they can help you with:

1. Staying Active and Exercising Maybe this year you decided to get back in shape, improve your health and well-being through exercise, or add something new to your regular fitness routine. We offer a variety of classes that are available to all fitness levels. Try Pilates if you’re interested in improving your core stability and posture. Feldenkrais: Awareness Through Movement classes are great for understanding how your body functions, increasing flexibility, and learning how to prevent injury. We offer three different Yoga courses that promote relaxation and strengthen muscles. Find the right one for you! Totally Tone and Core Strength continue to be popular classes at our centre, offering full body workouts by combining Pilate’s techniques with cardiovascular exercises. Zumba is an upbeat, dance-inspired cardio workout that will leave you sweating, smiling, and feeling good. Pick up a program guide for more information about the classes we offer. It’s not too late to register for any of the above classes! Drop-in and try a class if you are undecided.

2. Time to Yourself When you’re busy managing work, family, and friends, it can be hard to find time for yourself. We all deserve a couple hours to sit back with a warm beverage, cozy up with a new book, take a nap, or get through some errands without worrying about the kids. On February 6th we are offering a Valentine’s Craft Workshop from 1–4 pm for children 6–12 years old. Enjoy a few hours just for you while your kids have fun making beautiful Valentine’s Day themed crafts. Call or come in to the centre for more details.

3. Exploring Your Artistic Side Looking for a way to express your creativity? Make unique and beautiful decorations or gifts for Easter. We’re offering a Pysanky course on March 20th from 12:30–4:30 pm. Use candles, beeswax and dye to decorate eggs in a traditional Ukrainian style. We’re also offering a class for children 6–12 years old on March 20 from 9:30 AM – noon.

If you have any questions or comments or would like to register for any of programs please feel free to visit us at the Rockcliffe Park Community Centre located at 380 Springfield Rd (our office can be found in the Community Police Centre), or call (613) 842-8578. Josie, Molly & Karen – Recreation Staff

 

City of Ottawa Information

The City’s Planning and Growth Management Department is undertaking a study of small scale, residential infill housing.

The work stems from concerns expressed by citizens and community groups about the impacts of new infill housing on their neighbourhoods. The study has focussed on inner city wards (12, 13, 14, 15 and 17) and the Councillors in these wards have been informed about the project. Initial findings suggest that there are opportunities to improve the local impact of small scale infill.

You can read more about the findings at ottawa.ca/infill. The City will be hosting a series of public consultation meetings to present the findings and explore possible solutions to address patterns of infill housing that appear to have a negative impact on neighbourhoods.