Welcome to the official website of Innes Ward Councillor and Deputy Mayor Laura Dudas, where you will find helpful resources for residents and businesses, regularly updated information on local projects, community events and news as well as opportunities to provide feedback about city matters both online and in person.

“It is an honour to serve the residents and businesses of Innes Ward as your councillor and to represent your priorities at City Hall.”

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Federal job growth opportunity on St. Joseph Boulevard in Innes Ward

I am excited to share that City Council has approved the RCMP’s application to amendment zoning and land designations at its 1426 St. Joseph Boulevard site to allow for future potential job growth, while also lessening impacts on the site’s forested Core Natural Area. Today, Council approved the amendments, enabling the RCMP to align with … Continue reading Federal job growth opportunity on St. Joseph Boulevard in Innes Ward

Public Consultation: Playground Redevelopment

This Thursday I’m hosting a drop-in public consultation to provide Innes Ward residents with the opportunity to choose which type of play structure will be replace the equipment at Carrière Park. Display boards will be available for viewing in the foyer of le MIFO, located at 6600 Carrière Street, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, … Continue reading Public Consultation: Playground Redevelopment

Stage 2 LRT Update

O-Train Trillium Line South Extension– Walkley Maintenance and Storage Facility (MSF)– Helical pile installation is underway.– Helical pile installation is a ground anchoring system used for constructing foundations. Similar to a screw being drilled into a piece of wood, helical piles are run into the ground in a spiral, creating an anchor for the foundation. … Continue reading Stage 2 LRT Update

City Launches Transportation Master Plan

At the December 4, 2019 Transportation Committee meeting, the City of Ottawa launched the Transportation Master Plan Update. This document is the roadmap for the planning and operation of the City’s walking, cycling, transit, and road networks for the next several decades. Residents will have the opportunity to review the plan, and provide feedback through the … Continue reading City Launches Transportation Master Plan

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