The snow has fallen. The trees are bare. It's time to get excited for winter activities. The best thing we can do for our mental and physical health this pandemic winter is to enjoy the great outdoors in our own neighbourhood. The Frank Ryan outdoor rink needs volunteers like you to continue to receive support … Continue reading Volunteers Needed: Frank Ryan Park Outdoor Rink
November 20th was the launch of the draft for the New Official Plan – the blueprint of what our city is striving to look like as Ottawa continues to grow – that will guide the physical development of Ottawa until 2046. The City of Ottawa is seeking your input as we develop the New Official … Continue reading City of Ottawa Draft New Official Plan Released
Interested in keeping up with the QTN Community Association's Board of Directors? The Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month.Summaries of the discussions and decisions can be found here: Summary of Board Meetings: 2020-2021 (Google Doc). If you have any questions or issues that you would like to bring to the Board's attention, … Continue reading 2020-2021 QTNca Board Meeting Notes
Councillor Kavanagh has invited us for a Bay Ward discussion with special guests, General Manager of Transportation Services, John Manconi and General Manager of Planning Infrastructure and Economic Development, Stephen Willis. The meeting will focus on the future transportation plans and development for Queensview Drive and the surrounding community followed by an opportunity to bring … Continue reading Future Development of QTN Discussion with GM of Transportation and GM of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development
Novatech has been retained to prepare and file minor variance and severance applications to facilitate the development of two semi-detached buildings and one detached dwelling on the lands municipally known as 830 and 840 Alpine Avenue. The proposed development has been designed around the preservation of the large mature tree located in the front yard … Continue reading Community Meeting Regarding 830 and 840 Alpine Avenue – Minor Variance and Severance Application
The QTN planning committee is working on multiple fronts including providing input into the city's official plan, development of berms in Connaught Park, sidewalks, and of course committee of adjustment community input. We are all looking forward to post-Covid living including taking time out for a meal or a drink with friends and family. To that … Continue reading Shaping Our Community – Tell Us More!
Change is coming on Queensview Drive. It is both an opportunity and concern for residents of Queensway Terrace North (QTN). The QTN Planning Committee is taking early action to influence City plans for this area, instead of waiting to react to proposals by outside developers. City plans for Queensview Drive will become public in the … Continue reading Queensview Drive and QTN: Good Neighbors?
We're sad to share that bylaw has informed our neighbours that they would be fined should the planned walk through Elmhurst Forest be attended by more than 25 individuals at any given time. We thank all those that were prepared to decorate and facilitate distancing. Please keep your pumpkins at home and stay safe.
Some of your amazing neighbours have planned a socially-distanced haunted forest right here in QTN! Come explore the Haunted Elmhurst Woods on Halloween night from 6:00 to 8:00 PM and find all the spooky characters! Enter at Henley/Alpine As required, line up along Henley Make sure to bring your Halloween Treasure Hunt Key (PDF) Consider bringing … Continue reading You’re invited: QTN Socially-Distanced Haunted Forest
Couldn't make our 2020 AGM? We have made our presentation available to you here: 2020-10-21 AGM Presentation (PDF). Notes from the AGm can be found here: 2020 Annual General Meeting (Google Docs). For more information don't hesitate to reach out to us. Upcoming items to look out for include: Halloween Walk in Elmhurst Volunteering for … Continue reading Missed our 2020 AGM? Here’s what we presented