Councillor Kavanagh's office has organized an update on the sewer project, which will include discussion of the road closures and associated traffic impacts. The meeting will take place on April 9th at 9:30 AM. If you are unable to attend, a recording will be made available afterward on the Bay Ward Bulleting which we will … Continue reading Update on the QTN Storm Sewer Project including Traffic Implications
We are happy to share an update on the sidewalk plans for Connaught Avenue and Henley Street. The City's website outlines the plans, including two options on Connaught, a presentation, survey, and a point of contact should you have additional questions or feedback. As previously shared, Councillor Kavanaugh is also hosting a consultation meeting next … Continue reading Update on Connaught & Henley sidewalks: Presentation of options, feedback, and survey
As announced in the Bayward Bulletin, there is an upcoming public consultation on the Connaught and Henley sidewalks which will be built as part of the Stage 2 LRT and the QTN Sewer Rehabilitation projects respectively. See below for more information and visit Councillor Kavanagh's website to RSVP: There will be a new sidewalk built … Continue reading Public Consultation on Connaught and Henley Sidewalks
The draft New Official Plan (OP) for the City of Ottawa will have major impacts for the future of QTN. It is not bedtime reading. It is not easy to understand the impacts of the high-level, big ideas about population growth that make headlines. For those who love QTN, however, now is the time to … Continue reading New Official Plan will change QTN
Change will be coming to Queensview Drive in the next few years. That can be good for QTN or it could create problems. The QTN planning committee is engaged in ongoing discussions to help ensure that the concerns and views of residents are considered. We welcome questions, suggestions, and active participation by all residents in … Continue reading Queensview Drive and QTN: Plans for the Future
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?
It's been a challenging year in QTN with major developments on three sides of our community. We're inviting you to join us and hear how we are navigating these opportunities among many other important priorities in QTN. Register below to attend our virtual AGM on Zoom. When: October 21st, 2020 at 7:00 PM until no later … Continue reading Reminder: QTNca’s Annual General Meeting is tonight at 7:00 PM!
As a community, walkability and pedestrian-friendly streets frequently come up as high priorities for the future of QTN. What does a 15 minute neighbourhood look like for QTN? Here's an example of where you can walk today from the Alpine Ave tennis courts (source: walkscore.com): We encourage you to participate in a series of community … Continue reading You’re Invited: Community Workshops on Neighbourhood Walkability
Planning Committee Report Thank you for taking time to provide thoughtful suggestions and concerns on proposed plans for QTN, such as the proposed berms in Connaught Park, the paths that will connect us to future LRT stations, and the Lincoln Fields and Queensview surveys. Your feedback helps to get more serious attention to present issues … Continue reading More Changes Coming to QTN: Update on Berms, Paths, and New Development
Queensview Drive and Lincoln Fields Surveys Big changes for future development on Queensview Drive and Lincoln Fields/Carling will be included in Ottawa’s new Official Plan, expected this fall. What happens on the south and north boundaries of QTN will have major impacts for residents living here. Higher density and mixed commercial/residential development are expected as … Continue reading We want your input: Lincoln Fields, Queensview, Local Paths and the Future of QTN