The Christmas trees you donated will be chipped and distributed for use by the QTN community. The chipping will take place as soon as our sponsor (Woody's Tree Service - thank you!), can start his field season (as early as next week). If you are interested in some free mulch, complete this form (opportunity closed) … Continue reading Are you interested in free mulch? We’re going fully circular!
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
Your community association and its network of volunteers have compiled this information piece to answer the most common questions on tree management in QTN. Who decides when trees are taken down and planted in Frank Ryan and Elmhurst Woods? The City’s Forestry Department is staffed by nine trained Professional Foresters recognized by the Province of … Continue reading Management of QTN’s Tree Canopy and Forests – Q&A
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?
On behalf of Ecology Ottawa, in collaboration with Ferguson Forest Center, you're invited to purchase and plant native tree species to help restore Ottawa's canopy. See below for more information and visit their website to purchase or donate: Check out Ecology Ottawa's Tree Fundraiser and help plant Ottawa's future tree canopy! They are working with … Continue reading Ecology Ottawa’s Tree Fundraiser: Purchase & Plant Native Species
Trees have significant environmental and social benefits. They are an integral part of Queensview Terrace North (QTN)’s character and are valued by QTN residents and visitors. Growing Ottawa’s urban forest and making it healthier, more diverse and resilient - priorities that are also found in the City of Ottawa's Urban Forest Management Plan. To that … Continue reading Evergreen tree proposal at Frank Ryan Park
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
How will you access future LRT stations in our area – Lincoln Fields, Queensview, and Pinecrest? Will the new paths allow you to get where you need to go? Are they well placed? Do they need improvements? Your access to future LRT stations is the central question to be answered by the Connectivity Enhancement Study … Continue reading Connectivity review: Speak up about your route to the LRT & Update on Berms
Your feedback is instrumental We would like to thank the over 30 individuals who included us on their emails while participating in the Connaught Park landscaping plan consultation. In addition, we're aware of many more individuals who took the time to provide thoughtful and meaningful input on this important project. We continue to work with … Continue reading Update on Connaught Park: Your Feedback and Start of Construction
We would like to share that you have a few more days to take a look at plans for berms in Connaught Park and send in your thoughts. The deadline was extended to April 20, after your association asked for more time. Thanks to those who have already spoken up. More voices will help get … Continue reading Update on Berms and LRT in Connaught Park: Deadline extended to April 20