Rockcliffe News

Endorsement of Rockcliffe Park as a Historic District of National Significance

On July 21, 2021, the City of Ottawa endorsed the application by the Rockcliffe Park Resident’s Association for commemoration as a Historic District of National Significance under the Historic Sites and Monuments Act. The Association was notified by email on July 23, 2021, see: Letter from Mayor Watson to Russell Gibson of the RPRA RE […]

Confirmation of Designation of Mile Circle and Aviation Museum Area as Lands to be Preserved from Development

Mile Circle and Aviation Museum Area Lands to be Preserved from Development The following response was received to a request seeking confirmation that Mile Circle and lands to the east of Birch St and lands around the Aviation Museum and the Rockcliffe Park Airport whose designations have been changed to allow for development will be […]

Gypsy Moth Caterpillar Update June 16, 2021

This is a brief recap of the invasive gypsy moth and its caterpillar stages and its impact on our trees. It is not too late to wrap trees in burlap or any breathable fabric. or with a combination of sticky tape with shiny tape top and bottom.  Bridgehead is donating coffee bags (burlap) and as […]

Skating at Jubilee Garden

Skating at Jubilee Garden Winter 2021 Our community offers many opportunities for enjoying winter sports – skating, cross-country skiing, tobogganing and walking through the Rockeries and other NCC lands adjacent to Rockcliffe Park. Skating is at our Jubilee Garden skating rink, MacKay Lake and the (mostly) hockey rink beside the Rockcliffe Park Fieldhouse, located at […]

RPRA’s Rockcliffe Park Tennis Club Update June 2020

RPRA’s Update re Rockcliffe Lawn Tennis Club Lighting June 22, 2020   Context   The Rockcliffe Park Residents Association received dozens of letters, emails and calls in April, May and June 2020 from neighbours arguing strongly for and against the Rockcliffe Lawn Tennis Club (RLTC) plan to install lighting. This debate has caused controversy in […]

Resources to help us through COVID-19

Getting through COVID-19: Public Health information, grocery availability, deliveries, diversions for kids and adults   Please patronize our local businesses, especially independent ones, during this difficult time. We want them around after the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have updates to the following, please let us know at communications@rockcliffepark.ca See and download our printable Word file […]

New retaining wall at The Pond

Pond Retaining Wall and Rehabilitation In May and June, the City built a retaining wall and installed loose rock to protect the Pond’s shoreline from further erosion, stabilize the banks and discourage sunbathing and digging. The RPRA hopes this work will help to preserve our beautiful Pond and Conservation Area. This year, the City will […]

Spring Book Sale postponed – maybe Fall 2021

Spring Book Sale: Book donations will be collected in April 2021. Stay tuned. The Library Book Sale Committee is planning a collection of your gently used books on a weekend in April. More information to come. The Committee hopes to hold a Book Sale in Fall 2021. Thanks to our sponsors Chartwell New Edinburgh Square, […]

Speaker Series

Wednesday, March 11, 8 pm: RPRA Speaker Night   with Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin, Truth be Told. Based on her recent autobiography, the former Chief Justice of Canada invites us into her legal and personal life and reveals the hopes and doubts, the triumphs and losses on and off the bench, which have marked her […]

Annual General Meeting of the RPRA and The Rockcliffe Park Foundation’s Annual Report to the Community

All residents of Rockcliffe Park are invited to attend their residents’ association’s AGM and find out what’s going on in their community. Come and have a voice in how Rockcliffe Park is run by being able to vote on current issues. Councillor Rawlson King will address the community with a talk Rideau-Rockcliffe: A Vision for […]

 

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