Thank you again to residents who came out to share their thoughts regarding the proposed rink chalets for Bradley Ridge and Patrick Dugas parks during the last two public consultations. Please see below for the updated FAQ. Reminder that you can still provide feedback by emailing Laura.Dudas@ottawa.ca until June 28.
Community input it essential and Councillor Laura Dudas looks forward to hearing from the community and working with residents on the making of this project. The goal of this proposed project is to support the work that is being done by providing funding to provide skate changing and storage shelters for one or both parks. These shelters are currently being used at a few parks in other areas of the city. If installed in our parks, not only would they be maintained and operated by the city, they are also durable and multi-purpose.
Thanks to the wonderful work of our community’s volunteers, the outdoor rinks at Bradley Ridge Park and Patrick Dugas Park have been incredible community assets.
Councillor Laura Dudas would like to support the work that is being done by providing funding from her Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland fund to provide skate changing and storage shelters for one or both parks.
These shelters are currently being used at a few parks in other areas of the city. If installed in our parks, they would be maintained and operated by the city, and they are durable and multi-purpose.
Community input it essential and the Councillor is seeking your feedback on these proposed shelters.
You can provide feedback by attending the following pop-up events:
Bradley Ridge Park Saturday June 15, 2019 noon – 1 p.m. 221 Radhika Ct.
Patrick DugasPark Thursday June 20, 2019 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 550 Compass St.
You can also provide your comments by emailing Laura.Dudas@ottawa.ca. The comment period will end on July 1, 2019.
In recent days, my office has received several requests for streets to be cleaned and pot holes to be filled. I want to provide residents with an update in regards to operations:
Street sweeping operations Street sweepers are continuing to work on streets throughout the ward. City staff informed my office that there had been a delay with the service, but that work is resuming with the intention of have all, or most, ward streets cleaned within the next two weeks.
Pothole filling The winter was particularly severe to sections of Innes Road. Crews will be out working to repair the damage over the coming week, weather permitting.
Although my office is flagging all streets and potholes that require attention to staff, please continue to file service requests via Ottawa.ca or by calling 3-1-1. This is the most effective means of alerting city maintenance crews to problem areas.
The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority is undertaking a Hazard Mapping Study for Bilberry Creek, from Innes Road to the Ottawa River. Hazard mapping looks to identify flood risk and slope stability hazards along the creek corridor.
The study will take place this coming summer and residents living along the creek will be informed of the results by RVCA.
During the study, area residents may notice certain trails are temporarily closed and that machinery is being mobilized.
More information is on the RVCA website and additional details will be posted here, on my website, as they become available.
All Bradley Estates residents are invited to this information session organized by Councillor Laura Dudas, joined by city staff and Ottawa Police.
Items that will be addressed include traffic management measures on Renaud Road and throughout Bradley Estates. There will be an opportunity to ask questions to Ottawa Police officers about other safety matters.
Date : Monday, May 6, from Time : 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Location : Collège catholique Mer Bleue, 6401 Renaud Road
Please RSVP your attendance to Laura.Dudas@ottawa.ca