After 16 years, the City of Ottawa is working on drafting a new Official Plan. The Official Plan provides a vision for the future growth of the city and a policy framework to guide the city’s physical development. I want to be sure that Innes ward residents have the opportunity to seek information, ask questions and provide input to City staff.
With that in mind, I have organized an Official Plan open house. Please join me in this engaging event that is part of a historic milestone for our city:
Thursday, October 17, 5 – 7 pm 190 Glen Park Drive
Councillor Dudas will be holding a public community townhall regarding development application D02-02-19-0060, the upcoming proposal for the development of 3484 and 3490 Innes Road, by the Lépine Development Corporation.
Date: Wednesday, August 21 Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Orléans Public Library, 1705 Orléans Blvd, Bériault room
Please note that during the summer months, my team and I are out and about in Innes Ward local parks and the community. My ward office will therefore be staffed intermittently. If you would like to meet, please set up an appointment by emailing Laura.Dudas@ottawa.ca or calling 613-580-2472.
After much anticipation, it is finally time to enjoy the newly revitalized play structure at Champagne Park!
Councillor Laura Dudas, in partnership with the Chateauneuf Community Association, invites you to come celebrate the grand opening this Saturday, July 6 from 10:30 am – 11:30am. The celebration will take place in Champagne Park, located at 1861 Markwell Crescent.
There will be popsicles and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.
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.